Gods House Tower Museum of Archaeology

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God's House Tower Museum of Archaeology, Southampton

God's House Tower (built 1417) is the first purpose built artillery fortification in England.

Gunpowder, shot and guns were stored on the ground floor and the main firing platform was on the roof. The name comes from the neighbouring GodŐs House Hospital, founded in 1196.

God's House Tower opened in 1963 as Southampton's Museum of Archaeology and now displays objects found over fifty years of excavations in the city. The 3 main galleries in the Museum tell the story of Southampton during the Roman, Saxon and Medieval periods.

Museum of Archaeology Winkle Street Southampton SO14 2NY Hampshire England

Opening Hours: Tues-Fri 10.00-16.00 Sat 10.00-12.00 & 1300-1600 Sun 13.00-16.00

Closed Mondays

General information Telephone : 023 8063 5904

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