Pilgrim Supper at God’s House Tower

Gods House Tower is the last building the Pilgrim Fathers saw as they sailed out of Southampton harbour. The medieval building has recently undergone a £3 million pound refurbishment, revealing the historic building, which houses a model of Southampton in 1620 and an exhibition illustrating the town in the period. To launch events during the time the Pilgrims spent in Southampton the tower are hosting an exclusive Pilgrim Supper in the long gallery, along with entertainment provided by the Sarah Siddons Theatre Company. Join us for the meal, private tour of the tower and meet some of the characters from 17th century Southampton.

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