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A Must See for anyone interested in Roman Britain

Housed in a large hanger like structure, an extensive grouping of amazing Roman floor mosaics are... read more

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Onx23mm
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Amazing mosaics

Fishbourne must be visited if you like roman history, mosaics, and something quite spectacular. My... read more

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Roman Way | Fishbourne, Chichester PO19 3QR, England
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Reviewed today

Housed in a large hanger like structure, an extensive grouping of amazing Roman floor mosaics are well presented. The associated information gallery gives a good overview of what the palace might have been and its importance in the Roman occupation of the country.

Thank Onx23mm
Reviewed today

Fishbourne must be visited if you like roman history, mosaics, and something quite spectacular. My friend and I went on an impulse as we were in the area. We were so glad we did as it was quite an eye-opener! Fabulous mosaics, a very imformative...More

Thank oconnor49
Reviewed yesterday

Fishbourne provided us with a very welcome escape from the oppressive heat as the wonderful mosaics are housed in a cool (in more ways than one) wooden structure. We were lucky enough to be there at 11.00 when we enjoyed an informative and entertaining tour...More

Thank Googly2010
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Loved the mosaics especially. The museum also was very informative and the video is definitely well worth a watch.

Thank r0mantraveler
Reviewed 5 days ago

Been waiting years to visit here. Now done it. All I will say: stunning. You have to go to make up your own mind. Glad I did. Fantastic mosaics and artefacts. Allow at least 3 hours to visit which includes the museum.

1  Thank Michael N
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Roman Palace is simply amazing. The mosaics are mostly intact and very beautiful. It is under cover so good to visit on a rainy day. There is still much of the palace still covered and it is intriguing that the Romans built something so...More

Thank emma N
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is plenty of parking outside and a cafe serving reasonably priced food. While the palace was huge only one wing\side is on display. The highlights are the unused section of under floor heading and the wonderful mosaics. Outside there are gardens that show the...More

2  Thank Stuart C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Enjoyed our visit to the museum. Lots of things to see and do. I think this is a must to do if you are visiting the area. The history of the place and the mosaics are amazing. Great place for the children to go lots...More

2  Thank crochetlinda
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was our 1st visit to the Roman Palace at Fishbourne. WOW! what a place, very reasonable entry and coffee was about the same as most places. One of the amazing things was the opportunity to touch and hold some artifacts - this is a...More

5  Thank RelaxedSouthampton
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Having first visited as a child I felt it was time to revisit. Staff in cafe shop and museum all very welcoming. Great value for money. Very very interesting site of archaeological significance. If you haven't been here yet you must.

1  Thank tinabird2017
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It’s not posh. Basic food at a good price.
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Thank you for your enquiry regarding our car park. Our car park is available for use by visitors to the Museum or Café. Several local cycle groups use our car park and we would just ask you to let us know in advance if you... More
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