The Maison Dieu Museum is located on the corner of Water Lane and Ospringe Street. There is a free car park on Ospringe Street nearby.
Information For Visitors – Keeping Everyone Safe
We are continuing to work hard to keep our visitors and volunteers safe, and are following guidelines issued by English Heritage. Our volunteers are wearing face coverings and we advise all visitors over the age of 12 years to also wear a face covering. Our cleaning routines have been enhanced and sanitiser is provided. We provide a mapped route for your visit to ensure that social distancing is observed. We ask that you do not visit if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or have been asked to self-isolate.
English Heritage guidelines: Summer Days Out | English Heritage (english-heritage.org.uk)
Please ask the staff on duty if you have any queries.
Opening Times: Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays 2-5pm from Good Friday until the end of October.
Children accompanied by an adult Free
Free to members of English Heritage, Manx Heritage, CADW and Historic Scotland.
Groups welcome – please contact email@example.com to arrange your visit which includes a guided tour of the site and a talk from one of our experts.
Access: Assistance Dogs are welcome. Please note that due to the age and conservation of the building, there are uneven floor surfaces, raised thresholds in doorways and steps to the under croft and first floor.
Please contact the Trust if you have particular access needs or for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org