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Roman Attractions in England

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Blackbury Camp, Devon

Blackbury Camp is an Iron Age hill fort situated in Southleigh, Devon, England. The hillfort was built during the 4th century and.....

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Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire

For anyone wishing to learn more about the everyday life of the Celts and the Romans, how they lived in their thatched.....

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Chester Roman Amphitheatre, Cheshire

It is almost impossible to list the magnificent Roman treasures this town possesses. Its extraordinary Roman Amphitheatre is but.....

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DEWA Roman Experience, Cheshire

This is where you really can take a trip back into history, giving full reign to your imagination whilst discovering just what.....

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Hadrian's Wall & Housesteads Fort, Northumberland

Wild and evocative remains of the Roman Empire's most northerly defences, with panoramic views. Roman barracks and some of the.....

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Letocetum Roman Baths, Staffordshire

Excavated Roman bathhouse and remains of buildings...

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Reculver Towers & Roman Fort, Kent

Standing sheer on a dramatic headland the twin towered west front of the 12th-century Church of St. Mary at Reculver is the.....

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Roman Baths, Somerset

Bath has some of the best preserved Roman remains in Britain, with the most spectacular of these being the Roman Baths - A Roman.....

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Roman Gardens, Cheshire

The Roman Garden, thus called is a somewhat misleading name. It was certainly not here in Roman times, but is a left-over from.....

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The Roman Bath Museum, North Yorkshire

The remains of the Legionary bathhouse of the fortress of Eboracum. This museum is accessed through the Roman Bath pub, situated.....

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