Address: Chedworth Roman Villa, Yanworth, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 3LJ
Phone Number: 01242 890256
Opening Hours: Current opening times.
National Trust Membership: FREE entry to over 500 places & free parking.
Chedworth Roman Villa is the remains of a 4th century Roman villa near Chedworth village in Gloucestershire.
This National Trust managed attraction lies in the heart of the Cotswolds and is a scheduled ancient monument. The remains of the villa, which would have been home to very wealthy individuals contains fine examples of a bathhouse, underfloor heating, latrines, a water shrine and mosaics. Visitors can get close to examine the impressive mosaics on a number of suspended walkways.
The site has been open to the public since Victorian times and a Victorian museum displays the artefacts unearthed on site including figurines, pottery, jewellery, coins, tools and spear heads. There are free tours running most days with knowledgeable costumed guides. Virtual tours available to download free from the National Trust website. Children’s activities include a dressing up box and family tracker backpacks available to borrow from reception with children’s activities. There is also a woodland to explore at the site. Programme of events held throughout the open season.
- Car parking.
- Shop selling books, plants, toys, gifts and souvenirs.
- Café serving drinks, cakes and snacks.
- Picnics welcome.
- Please check the Chedworth Roman Villa website for opening hours as times vary.
Ticket Prices – Standard:
- Adult – £9.50
- Child – £4.75
- Family – £23.80
- Group Adult – £8.90
- Group Child – £4.45
Prices and opening hours correct as at January 2017.
Before you start your journey to Chedworth Roman Villa for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.