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All reviews well worth a visit roman times sunny day roman baths guide book walk around great site information boards steeped in history down the road town centre small museum roman remains car park arena grass romans
Spent an afternoon exploring the Roman remains and reading the informative supporting information. The amphitheatre doubles up as a venue for outdoor theatre during the summer. Exploring or theatre an amazing experience.
Been meaning to get here for years. Well preserved small amphitheatre similar to one in Romania. We got there 5 minutes before gate was locked so came back again in the morning. Fascinating site. Of course I had to play the ‘my name is Maximus...’...More
A wonderful place to taste bygone days, it brings history within touching distance with no restrictions other than to keep dogs on leads. It's Free, with good parking and never crowded. The Romans knew how to pick a place and this is no exception as...More
Just thinking about the Roman guards and military standing around this place is pretty exciting -- if you enjoy history. Then, there are many that think that this could be the place of the storied (fabled?) Camelot and King Arthur's Roundtable. It is worth visiting...More
This is quite a significant piece of Roman architecture standings proudly in a green field very close to the town centre and with parking right next to it so good easy access.
The theatre is surrounded by hills on either side one of which a...More
Great amphitheatre, well preserved and well worth a stroll around. The theatre would have been higher with a wooden structure in Roman times, but the brickwork structure is well worth seeing. Nearby is the Roman parade ground and barracks, so you can see more than...More
On the plus side, this is a very interesting place to visit and to imagine the gladiators fighting it out to the death in the arena with crowds shouting and cheering. On the negative side, when we visited today, the place opened about an hour...More
There aren't any picnic tables but as the car parking is very close (adjacent) then it's possible to take your own picnic chairs and table should you wish. Lots of grassy area to pitch up with chairs or lay blanket on the... More
There aren't any picnic tables but as the car parking is very close (adjacent) then it's possible to take your own picnic chairs and table should you wish. Lots of grassy area to pitch up with chairs or lay blanket on the ground. Additionally Caerleon has a lovely cafe in the fwrrum which is only a 5 minute walk away. You also have the Roman museum you can visit.