In truth there's not a great deal to actually see here, with the exception of the fairly impressive remains of the walls and the amphitheatre. However with a combination of the excellent interpretation boards around the (extensive) site, the audio guide you can download to your mobile from the site's website, and your own imagination, it's really brought to life how this town lived and worked in Roman and post-Roman times and its place in Roman Britain. It's a live archaeological site as well, so in the summer you can also watch the archaeologists and students at work continuing to excavate it. All in all it makes for a surprisingly interesting day out if the weather's good, with some healthy exercise thrown in!
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