Carvoran Roman Army Museum
Interesting museum dedicated to explaining Roman Military life with reconstructions,
life size models and audio-visual shows. The museum shows you the daily life
of a Roman soldier based on Hadrian's Wall.
Walltown and Cawfields wall and turrets
Fort and the civilian settlement that grew round it,with a full size reconstruction
of a section of Hadrian's Wall in both turf and stone, plus a reconstruction
of a full size Roman temple. The museum has rare Roman writing tablets (including
an invitation to a party!) and a variey of other Roman artifacts.
A fort right on the wall, the north wall of the fort actually incorporates
Hadrian's Wall. Housesteadds is now the most complete Roman Fort in Britain.
It has a Roman hospital and superbly preserved latrines with a flush
system There is a also a good museum and spectacular views of the wall.
Carrawburgh, Mithraic Temple
Built to hold a garrison of 500 men, Chesters is the best preserved Roman
Cavalry Fort in Britain. It is on the River Tyne, has a bath house, museum,
and is open daily all year round
Corbridge Roman town, Roman Museum
You will find here the extensive remains of a major Roman town and supply
base for Hadrian's Wall. This town was on the main Roman road into Scotland.
There is a good museum displaying artefacts from the site including the famous
Corbridge Lion fountain head.