God's House Tower
God’s House Tower is ‘a space’ arts’ most ambitious project to date and we hope its latest reincarnation will become a catalyst in the regeneration of Southampton’s historically important Old Town.
The GHT exhibitions have been carefully curated to draw out the most fascinating aspects of GHT’s history, and the building’s place within the social, political and physical landscape, not only of Southampton, but of England’s historic South Coast.
From its medieval inception as a strategic point of defence, as a place of refuge for pilgrims, as the town jail, mortuary, mill and warehouse, as Southampton’s Museum of Archaeology, and now as a cutting edge arts and heritage venue, we are thrilled to be able to open the doors once again of this important ancient monument.
To find out more about God’s House Tower, including opening times and what’s on, please see the God’s House Tower website.
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