Remains of one of the best preserved Roman Villas in the country. Leading the way in archaeology and conservation, the site has now embarked on an exciting five year summer excavations programme. A modern conservation building provides great access to extensive mosaic floors, hypocaust systems and bathhouse rooms. The museum houses a range of artefacts, collected by the Victorian antiquarians who discovered the Villa in 1864. The tranquil setting and wonderful wildlife haeven allow you to discover the Roman remains whilst enjoying idyllic rural views. For our events programme please see our website.
Thanks to ramps and lifts, the visitor reception, show, cafe, and West Range conservation building are all fully wheelchair accessible. Be aware that the rest of the site (including access to the museum) is mainly outdoors and there are sloops, some steps, grass, unever paths and undulating terrain. Access to these areas may therefore be more challenging followng wet weather. There is one wheelchair to borrow on a first come first served basis.
Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chedworth-roman-villa/facilities-and-access/
There is one disabled toilet in the Visitor Centre.
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