To help make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible, please read the following information before visiting.
Our priority in reopening the State Rooms of Tabley House is to safeguard the safety of visitors, staff and volunteers, as well as other occupiers of the site. To achieve this we have complied with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19.
Personal protection and face coverings
Face coverings are still recommended in enclosed areas. Whilst Tabley has a number of large rooms, due to the historic nature of the building and the need to care for the Collection, all the windows must remain firmly closed.
Please note that staff and volunteers will be wearing face coverings except in exceptional circumstances.
Hand sanitiser will be available for use by visitors at the front door, and in the toilets. Should you require further usage please speak to a volunteer and they will assist you.
We ask that you do not use your own supplies of hand sanitiser in the State Rooms due to the danger of droplets landing on our historic floorboards, carpets and other furnishings. Once again if there is any difficulty please speak to a volunteer and they will assist you.
Social distancing is still recommended when possible. To help this happen visitors will be booked in at 15 minute intervals when possible. Should separate ‘visitor groups’ come close to each other due to a desire to spend more time in particular rooms, we ask that you try to maintain a reasonable distance from each other. Again volunteers will be on hand to advise and assist visitors as necessary.
If you or anyone you live with is not feeling well, please postpone your visit and come and see us another time.
We would be grateful if could to let us know if you will not be taking up your visiting slot for this or any other reason.
For further information about being COVID-19 secure please see information on the Gov.uk website