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In a large, well designed hanger, the remains of a roman villa - the foundations - are presented with galleries to allow you to stand both close and to observe higher up and get an overview of the entire building.
Around the building itself are...More
Stopped here on the way back from Dover and found it a very well organised and interesting historical site. There are lots of informative displays on the villa, a regular film show which is best viewed from the upper gallery followed by an interesting talk...More
....to the Roman era was made entertaining at Lullington. Children were given a quiz sheet that helped them navigate round. It’s fairly small in actual fact and facilities such as the cafe although smart and clean were very basic - just drinks really. There was...More
A well organised and informative visitor attraction. As I am an English heritage member my family got free entry. Loved the film show and me and my son enjoyed playing the Roman board game. We found the staff very helpful and friendly. Great gift shop.
Despite the size of the site a lot of information is available on life in roman britain. We spent about an hour looking at the ruins and learning about their history. The kids were kept busy with an activity sheet and it was not too...More
Went to see this today and I was there for literally 10mins. It is basically a walk way over some old remains, not much to look at and in all honesty very boring. To top it off the car park is £2.50 for non members...More
Visited with two youngish children. The Roman Villa is enclosed in a large building, and on a hot summer's day is air conditioned and cool. Really interesting, though of course it is mainly foundations from the archeological dig. However, they show a short film explaining...More
Lovely hidden treasure to visit ! Very interesting great for everyone. It is one room but it is magical. There are costumes to wear, amazing artefacts to look at. The location is lovely with a small stream near the car park, Clean toilets, parking lovely...More