Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum is located on a world heritage site, there is a 35 metre high viewing tower, many surviving foundations which have been successfully excavated all being a part of Hadrian’s wall itself. Furthermore, there is a large interactive museum as well as being able to see a full scale reconstruction of a section of the Hadrian’s wall itself.
While there are activities to always do at Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum there is also other things that are currently going on for a period of time and even some upcoming events. These can be looked at by going here.
- The nearest bus stop to the location is 8 minutes away, being the Wallsend interchange.
- There is the Wallsend Metro Station about 10 minutes away.
- Segedunum Roman Fort has free car parking as well as disabled parking.
- You can access the building with a wheelchair as there is a ramp at the entrance.
- The entrance has automatic doors.
- Around the roman fort the path is rather uneven, making it a little tricky for certain people.
- Accessible toilets and baby changing rooms are throughout Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum.
- A lift can be located in the building that takes you to the first floor gallery, this lift has an audio announcer and braille markings.
- Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum allows assistance dogs.
Opening times for the Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum can vary so for more accurate opening times please go here.
Here is some other listings of museums in the North East