Chedworth Roman Villa (National Trust)
The remains of one of the largest Roman villas in Britain provide a fascinating insight into the period. The site was discovered in 1864 by a local gamekeeper and subsequently excavated. Over a mile of walls survive along with beautiful mosaics, two bathhouses, hypocausts, a water shrine and latrine. Visitors to the museum will discover artefacts from the villa, and an audio-visual presentation brings history to life. We also run Living History events amid our beautiful wooded combe surroundings in the heart of the Cotswolds.
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Roman Villa Tours and Handling Sessions
We offer guided tours of this 1700-year-old site, where you can discover surviving mosaics, hypocausts, bathhouses and latrines. We can also arrange archaeology handling sessions. Sessions can be tailored to suit students from Key Stage 2 up to A Level.
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