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Tudor Musicians at Westgate Museum

Members of Courtlye Musick will be playing Tudor music informally in the Westgate chamber between 1pm-3pm.

Drop-in during this time and listen a while as you explore this ancient gateway! Suitable for all ages – all children must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware that there may be restricted numbers at any one time.
 

  • Tudor Musicians at Westgate Museum

Location

Westgate Museum

Address: Westgate Museum, High Street, Winchester, SO23 9AP
Telephone: 01962 869864

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