We visited earlier this week, I didn't find any problems finding the place as I had read other reviews saying it was poorly signed, it does have the brown tourist signs in place, but access is along a long narrow road with passing places. There is a charge for parking, unless you are EH members then you are given a token for free parking. The site is covered, so perfect for a visit when the weather isn't great. Good access for wheelchair users. We found both members of staff that we spoke to polite and helpful. The information displayed is simple making it ideal for children to take in the facts. A children's quiz sheet is available in the shop, this enhanced our visit as my son really enjoyed finding the answers. On the upper level there are some objects displayed and activities for school age children. There are some books that show the site being excavated. Outside is a steep bank with lots of steps, but a nice view from the top. Enjoyable day out and would recommend for families with children.
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