Chesters Roman Fort and Museum (Hadrians Wall) Reviews
Description:Address: Chollerford / Hexham / Northumberland / NE46 4EU
Newest Review: ... you buy a ticket to get in. We couldn't see anywhere to pay, but inside the shop someone was asking and they said as the systems complex and time consuming for them they don't enforce it, although other sites do. To be honest the car park is far enough from the village that I can't really see anyone wanting to park in it unless they were going to the fort. You enter via a small shop, which ... more
Customer Chesters Roman Fort and Museum (Hadrians Wall) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/07/13 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Warning long review, and imagination will help :) Imagine the scene you are in roman northern britain, and have been posted to the border country along Hadrian's Wall. The year is 125 Ad and you are part of the cavalry unit "ala Augusta" the unit so named for "their courage"* You will need all of this courage as you are stationed at the new fort of Cilurnum (chester), a recent addition to Hadrian's new wall, which was started a few years ago in 122 Ad. This new fort was a later addition and you don't entirely approve of the fact that parts of Hadrian's wall which had just been built were took down to make space for it. The wall and fort is ... Read the complete review
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