Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum
From 30 March to 31 October 2013: Monday to Friday: 10am - 5pm. Saturday to Sunday: 11am to 4pm
From 1 November 2013 to 31 March 2014: Monday to Friday: 10am - 3pm. Closed at weekends.
Closed for four weeks over Christmas 2013.
Concessions (over 60 years and students with a valid student card) £3.25
Children free (16 years & under)
Group with booked guided tour (10+):
Adult Season Tickets £10.50
Concession Season Ticket £6.50
School Workshop £60
Birthday party £50
In AD122 the Emperor Hadrian ordered a mighty frontier system to be built across Britain to defend the Roman Empire from the barbarians to the North.
Segedunum Roman Fort stood on the banks of the River Tyne, the last outpost of Hadrian's Wall. For almost 300 years Segedunum, which means 'strong fort', was home to 600 Roman soldiers.
Today, Segedunum is once again the gateway to this world famous World Heritage site.
Tel: 0191 2369347Visit Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum website
Segedunum has a Gift shop and serves a selection of hot and cold meals and drinks.
Segedunum has level access route avoiding ramps or steps, lifts available, accessible toilets, male and female toilet facilities, assistance available if required. They have facilities for deaf people and hard of hearing, facilities for blind people and partially sighted, assistance and guide dogs permitted, baby changing facilities.
Please contact 0191 236 9347, textphone users 18001 0191 236 9350.
By foot: The Fort is a minute's walk away from Wallsend Metro and Bus Station. By train: From Newcastle take the Metro from Monument or St. James' Park to the coast via Wallsend.
For more information regarding public transport telephone the NEXUS travel line on 0871 200 22 33 or visit: http://www.tyneandwearmetro.co.uk/index.htm