The Museum of Everyday Life in Roman Britain
Verulamium was the third largest city of Roman Britain and the museum stands on the site of the Roman town.
Families are always welcome at our museum. Inside you will find:
-recreated Roman rooms
-hands-on discovery areas
-a video about the excavations
-and some of the finest Roman mosaics and wall plasters outside the Mediterranean
Archaeological site, Museum, Heritage site
Adult - £5.00
Child & Concessions - £3.50
Family ticket (2+2) - £12.00
Residents of the district, Friends, Under 5s - free
- Museums Association
- International Council of Museums
- National Art Pass
Extensive collection of Roman artefacts
Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals
- 13 May 2016 7-10:30pm
To celebrate Museums at Night, join us for a film screening in the museum. Spartacus is the classic 1960 film by local director Stanley Kubrick, starring Kirk Douglas as the slave who leads an uprising in the Roman republic.
£5 per ticket. Numbers are limited so please buy your ticket in advance either in person at Verulamium Museum or phone 01727 751810.
Audience Development Manager