Roman Interest Sites
A Roman fort overlooking the South Tyne Valley, north of the market town of Alston, currently undergoing a full survey by English Heritage.
A Roman Fort near Eskdale in the Lake District, with a fabulous parade ground.
The Museum, in Maryport, is on a site next to the Roman fort of Alauna, and has an internationally important collection of Roman altars.
The Museum is built on top of the remains of a Roman fort in Carlisle. The Roman Frontier Gallery is a world-class attraction with interactive displays about Hadrian’s Wall and the Romans.
A well-preserved Augustinian monastery, built partly from Roman stones.
The site of the longest continuous remaining stretch of Hadrian’s Wall, with a visitors’ centre which includes interactive displays.
Based on the site of Carvoran Roman Fort, this magnificent museum is a tribute to Rome’s military accomplishments in Britain.
Extensive remains of a Roman fort and home to Britain’s ‘Top Treasure’ – the Vindolanda Writing Tablets – examples of which can be seen in the beautiful museum.
A hill-top fort with incredible panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, and an impressive museum.
The best preserved Roman cavalry fort in Britain, in a beautiful countryside setting. There is also a well-preserved bath house.
Once a bustling civilian settlement and crucial supply base for the legions based on Hadrian’s Wall. The museum contains the famous ‘Corbridge Hoard’, a Roman soldier’s collection of armour and personal possessions.
The site includes an impressive Bath House reconstruction modelled on the Bath House at Chesters.
Atmospheric reconstructions of a Gatehouse, Commanding Officer's House and Barrack Block.
The Castle Keep stands on the site of the Pons Aelius, a Roman fort which stood guard over the river crossing below.
Includes an interactive model of Hadrian’s Wall, and a wealth of archaeological finds from the Roman occupation.