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All reviews watling street information boards bath house small museum free car park english heritage village hall national trust well worth a visit different parts quick look local history on display ruins foundation interpret buffs
It's an open area with stone foundations that are ruins of the ancient roman city.
There's not a ton of stuff there, but it is cool to walk around the ruins and imagine the romans walking there 2000 years ago. Parking is very easy, the...More
Wall roman site is good for a quick visit. There isn't much there but its nice seeing the ruins that are so old. There are information plaques around telling you about the place. I would say you would average about a 20 minute stay here....More
If you like Roman History, then this is a great place to stop in the Free of charge car park and have a wonder around also for Free. While here, don’t forget to have a look in the small museum, it provides a fascinating insight...More
Stopped off as we were passing and we were glad we did. Nice little museum with friendly staff. All free to access. Not a lot of information on the boards around the site but enough to get an idea of what you’re looking at. Whole...More
Pleased I went but hugely disappointed. Sounds like a bit of a contradiction really, doesn’t it.
It must be over 35 years since I last went to this site. Ok, it’s not very big and doesn’t have the appeal of sites like Wroxeter but it’s...More
Located in the village of Wall. Looked after by the National Trust under the guardianship of English Heritage. It is a free property. We had a look around the compact museum (which luckily for us was open today) first and saw many interesting artefacts. The...More
Located just off the A5, 2 miles out of Lichfield, this is well worth a quick stop. The Roman remains are nicely preserved in a field in the centre of the village. There are information boards which interpret what you are seeing. The ground is...More
We visited this English Heritage Site after leaving Lichfield as it is only a short drive away. The museum wasn't open as there were only a few dates during April it was open but the site is accessible as it is in the open air...More