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All reviews bath house english heritage roman fort hadrian's wall visited chesters north tyne across the river tea room on site well worth a visit small museum information boards great site guide book underfloor heating tea shop cakes
If in the area this fort is definitely worth a visit. As well As the awesome museum on the site the ruins are great also. The site is much larger than housesteads albeit a little less well preserved , but for anyone with a vague...More
On the Wednesday of our stay at The George hotel in Chollerford we walked back across the river bridge and turned right down a well gritted footpath. After circa 20 minutes we could see the stones of the old Chester Fort river bridge. We could...More
Reasonably priced access to a beautiful well preserved Roman fort along Hadrian's Wall. Set in a very picturesque area the site hosts a small museum filled with historical objects. Very interesting and well worth the entry fee.
We stopped here to view the site but were too late to have a proper amount of time for viewing as they were soon closing. We decided to sample and buy some wine in the shop to take home. I managed to leave my phone...More
We loved our visit to Chesters and got a real insight into what life was like in Roman times. The museum is fascinating, the fort ruins a real experience and the tea room more than adequate. Would highly recommend on the basis of our experience.
we came here with our friends from New Castle
visiting from the US who would have thought we would see something as historical as this
the fort has the most extensive remains of the Roman Wall
It's from 122AD !!
It was very windy and...More
We stopped off here on the way up the A68 to Scotlandshireville as I usually use the boring M6. So glad I did, the A68 has lots of beautiful places just a short drive off it to make the M6 redundant. Where would you rather...More