Was not expecting that! What a place! Beautiful and educational. Wonderful drive to and fro. Recommended to everyone!
About Chedworth Roman Villa
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With all my appreciation for the effort put in the restoration and protection of what is left - very little, honestly - I cannot be impressed after having visited a good number of Greek and Roman sites around the Mediterranean sea and not only. The...More
Thank you for your comments. Within the context of the Roman Empire the structural features and mosaics here at Chedworth are considered to be some of the finest open to the public in Britain today. Unlike more southern parts of Europe, the British climate dictates...More
We were fortunate to arrive minutes before a talk was about to begin, & I would recommend such a talk to anyone visiting to hear a broad overview & explanation of the site, its use, the mosaics & the "technology" used by the Romans all...More
we were staying in the area and noticed this in the hotel literature so as it was a nice day we thought we would have a look. So glad we did, we spent a very enjoyable few hours wandering the partially excavated ruins. The mosaics...More
Good diagrams and working models make it easy to imagine how the site was used. Good audio guide and good signposting and displays near key features. The mosaics are amazing. A guided tour would have been good - we saw one tour underway and it...More
We returned to visit Chedworth Roman Villa after a previous visit 30 some odd years ago. It was a short but rainy drive from Gloucester to Chedworth by way of a navigation system in the car which I was glad we had. It rained all...More
This was a pleasant visit as we headed home from Barnstaple. Quite extensive with clear views of the site and plenty of information.
Glad we made the time to visit this unique site. Took the guided tour, which provided very detailed and interesting historical information. It gave us a perspective on a certain time in England's history, mainly 360-400 AD.
A fascinating Roman Villa but having said that there was only a limited number of things to do. Food was acceptable without having any outstanding notable features. I reckon that a visit could take less than 2 hours including a snack meal. Check beforehand if...More