Geology & Archaeology
The gallery features specimens from early geological times through to the Romano-British period (1st – 5th century AD). Artefacts of particular interest include selections from the Ridsdale geological collection, mammoth teeth found on Caldey Island, Palaeolithic finds from Hoyle’s Mouth (40,000 – 10,000 BC), Bronze Age burial urns and Roman finds from Trelissey. The gallery also houses the Tenby Gun, a nine foot long Tudor cannon.
For intrepid relic hunters of all ages there is the opportunity to dress up as an explorer and find the mysterious artefacts - but watch out for the whale sick!. There are hands on displays throughout this gallery with the opportunity to pick up recreated axes, jewellery and a Neolithihc skull complete with tufts of hair!!!