Segedunum Roman fort, baths and museum is the most complete excavated Roman fort in Britain and is located at the Eastern end of Hadrians Wall, a 73 mile barrier from the river Tyne in the east to the Solway Firth in the west. Segedunum (meaning ‘strong fort’) was home to 600 Roman soldiers for almost 300 years and can be found on Buddle Street, Wallsend, NE28 6HR.
You can explore what Roman life was like at Segedunum through interactive exhibits and models, from the top of their 35 metre high viewing tower and by examining original artefacts unearthed by archaeologists.
Segedunum Roman fort, baths and museum is three minutes walk from Wallsend Metro (train) and bus station. There is free car parking at the venue. Their summer (1st April until 31st October) opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am until 5pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am until 4pm. Their winter (1st November until 30th March) opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am until 3pm. Closed at weekends.
If you print and take along the voucher below you can receive a 20% discount off entrance prices that are normally £5.25 for adults, £3.25 for concessions, under 16’s can visit Segedunum for free.