Our outdoor spaces are now open for visitors to explore. During this time, entry to the village is free, however there will be a parking charge for visitors arriving by car.
As well as exploring our beautiful village, you can grab a take-away cream tea from the Captain's Cabin Tea Rooms, pick up a snack from the pop up café on the riverfront or settle down for a picnic beside the water.
Our indoor spaces, including the Maritime Museum and the River Cruise, will reopen from 17 May, subject to Government guidance. Stay tuned for ticket details nearer the time.
CAR PARKING CHARGES
The parking charge is £5 for up to 3 hours and £7.50 for over 3 hours. This will be charged on arrival and we ask that you use contactless payment where you can.
10am - 5pm
For visitors arriving by car, the car park will open at 10am with last entry at 5pm. The exit gates will close at 8pm.
ANNUAL PASS TICKET HOLDERS
Annual pass holders are entitled to use their pass to claim free parking to visit our outdoor spaces. Simply show your annual pass upon arrival at the car park.
You will of course be welcome to use your annual pass for a full visit as normal once we reopen fully on 17 May.
UNUSED ATTRACTION TICKETS
If you hold a valid unused attraction ticket, you are welcome to use your ticket for one free parking session (up to 3 hours) before 12 April if you're local, or after that date if you're from further afield.
You will then be able to use your ticket again for a full visit once we fully reopen on 17 May.
To help you plan your visit, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your assistance.