Aldborough Roman Site

Aldborough Roman Site

  • Aldborough, North Yorkshire, YO51 9ES
  • 01423 322 768

See defences laid out amid a Victorian arboretum, where two mosaic pavements can be seen in original positions. Museum has an outstanding collection of Roman Finds.

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Tariff

Adult:£3.00
Children:£1.50
Concession:£2.40
English Heritage Members:Free - Join English Heritage
Special Offers

Special Offers

Group Discount:15% discount for groups of 11 or more plus a free place for every additional 20 paying passengers.
Free entry for coach driver and tour leader.
Coach Parking Facilities:Please contact the Visitor Operations Site Supervisor on ++44 (0)1423 322768
Group Booking:As there is no parking on site, coaches can drop off groups at entrance and then park in Boroughbridge 3/4 mile away.

Reviews

  • This site is a real treasure for lovers of all things Roman. Although it is small compared to some other English Heritage sites it is well worth a visit and the lady in the museum/shop was very interesting and knowledgeable.
    The museum has a good collection of pottery and coins as well as 'household' and 'personal items' associated with a Romano British town.
    Two mosaic floors are in separate buildings on the site and are very well preserved.
    The two section of Roman walls are also interesting but the guide book is needed to understand exactly what you are looking at.
    The only down side was the limited access for the less able as there are steps up to the site from the village street and parking is limited.
    West York
    3rd Sep 2009
  • This site is a real treasure for lovers of all things Roman. Although it is small compared to some other English Heritage sites it is well worth a visit and the lady in the museum/shop was very interesting and knowledgeable. The museum has a good collection of pottery and coins as well as 'household' and 'personal items' associated with a Romano British town. Two mosaic floors are in separate buildings on the site and are very well preserved. The two section of Roman walls are also interesting but the guide book is needed to understand exactly what you are looking at. The only down side was the limited access for the less able as there are steps up to the site from the village street and parking is limited. West York
    3rd Sep 2009
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