I have been here twice now. The first time I went with my boyfriend and was so cold we missed most of it. The second time we took my father and were really glad we took the time to see it all. The admission price gets you entry to the roman museum nearby which was fab. There are people dressed as Romans who talk you through the site if you want to join them. The museum is located down a path at the back of the site. It would have made more sense to see this first but it isn't terribly well signposted. Once you find this area, it's fabulous and there is a lot to see and read about. It's a shame there isn't more of the site left but we were told local farmers had stolen a lot of the stones in last few decades. If you are interested in the Romans it'll be a firm favourite. It does get very windy, even in summer so make sure you take a coat.
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