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Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum Opening Hours 2015

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Arbeia Roman Fort Baring Street South Shields NE33 2BB Exterior

Arbeia Roman Fort on Baring Street in South Shields, NE33 2BB was built in around AD160 and once guarded the entrance to the River Tyne and played an essential role in the mighty Roman frontier system. Arbeia Roman Fort is located four miles east of the end of Hadrian’s Wall at South Shields and is a World Heritage Site. It was originally built to house a garrison and soon became the military supply base for the seventeen forts along Hadrian’s Wall.

Arbeia Roman Fort is ten minutes walk from our bed and breakfast accommodation in South Shields, has free entry and is well worth a visit during your stay with us. The fort and museum re-opens for 2015 from today. From Wednesday 1st April 2015 until Wednesday 30th September 2015 Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum is open from 10am until 5pm Monday to Friday, 11am until 4pm on Saturdays and 1pm until 4pm on Sundays.

For more information on Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum you can telephone them on 0191 456 1369 or visit their website (opens in a new window).

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Hadrian’s Wall Bus AD122 2015 Timetable

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If you are staying at our bed and breakfast accommodation and are planning to visit Hadrian’s Wall using public transport then the 2015 AD122 bus timetable is available below…

The AD122 Hadrian’s Wall bus service route covers Hexham, bus station; Hexham, railway station; Chesters Roman Fort (roadside); Housesteads, car park; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Vindolanda Roman Fort; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Milecastle Inn, Cawfields; Walltown, Roman Army Museum; Greenhead, hotel; Haltwhistle, market place; Haltwhistle, railway station; Haltwhistle, railway station; Haltwhistle, market place; Greenhead, opp hotel; Walltown, Roman Army Museum; Milecastle Inn, Cawfields; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Vindolanda Roman Fort; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Housesteads, car park; Chesters Roman Fort (roadside); Hexham, railway station and Hexham, bus station.

Bicycles are welcome aboard the bus service.

Hadrian’s Wall is an extremely popular destination for our guests – walking Hadrian’s Wall Path, by bicycle along Hadrian’s Cycleway or just as a day visitor to the excavated Roman forts along the wall.

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Hadrian’s Wall Bus AD122 2014 Timetable

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Hadrian's Wall Bus

If you are staying at our bed and breakfast accommodation and are planning to visit Hadrian’s Wall using public transport then the 2014 AD122 bus timetable is available below…

The AD122 Hadrian’s Wall bus service route covers Newcastle, Eldon Square bus station, stand D; Metrocentre Interchange, stand E; Prudhoe Front Street, Co-Operative; Hexham bus station; Newcastle, Eldon Square bus station, stand A; Hexham Bus Station; Hexham, railway station; Chesters Roman Fort; Housesteads, car park; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Vindolanda Roman Fort; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Milecastle Inn; Haltwhistle, market place; Haltwhistle, railway station; Walltown, Roman Army Museum; Walltown, Roman Army Museum; Greenhead, hotel; Gilsland, Post Office; Birdoswald Roman Fort; Brampton, market place and Carlisle, bus station.

Bicycles are welcome aboard the bus service.

Hadrian’s Wall is an extremely popular destination for our guests – walking Hadrian’s Wall Path, by bicycle along Hadrian’s Cycleway or just as a day visitor to the excavated Roman forts along the wall.

If you are looking for bed and breakfast accommodation for your visit to Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland our bed and breakfast availability is here: online booking.

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Hadrian’s Wall Summer Walk

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Discover the rich history behind Hadrian’s Wall while admiring the spectacular views on a guided walk from Wild Dog Outdoors.

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Usually £20 per person, is £10 for one person or £19 for two people with this offer. The experience starts with a fun and informative 45-minute talk about the construction of the wall (provided by your very own Roman soldier!) followed by a 2-mile walk along the famous National Trail.

The full terms and conditions and how to get this deal are here: Hadrian’s Wall Walk.

If you are looking for hotel accommodation for your visit to Hadrian’s Wall our bed and breakfast availability is here: online booking.

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Hadrian’s Wall Bus AD122 2013 Timetable

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Hadrian's Wall Bus

If you are staying at our bed and breakfast accommodation and are planning to visit Hadrian’s Wall using public transport then the 2013 AD122 bus timetable is available below…

The AD122 Hadrian’s Wall bus service route covers Penrith bus station; Carlisle, English Street; Carlisle, West Tower Street; Crosby on Eden, Stag Inn; Brampton, market place; Lanercost Priory; Birdoswald Roman Fort; Gilsland, opposite the Village Hall; Longbyre; Greenhead, opposite the hotel; Walltown, Roman Army Museum; Haltwhistle, railway station; Haltwhistle, market place; Milecastle Inn, Cawfields; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Vindolanda Roman Fort; Once Brewed, National Park Centre; Housesteads; Chesters Roman Fort, roadside; Chollerford; Acomb, garage; Hexham, Railway Station Interchange; Hexham, Tourist Information Centre; Corbridge Roman Site; Corbridge, Hill Street; Heddon on the Wall, Towne Gate and Newcastle, Central Station.

Bicycles are welcome aboard the bus service.

Hadrian’s Wall is an extremely popular destination for our guests – walking Hadrian’s Wall Path, by bicycle along Hadrian’s Cycleway or just as a day visitor to the excavated Roman forts along the wall.

If you are looking for bed and breakfast accommodation for your visit to Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland our bed and breakfast availability is here: online booking.

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