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Be our honoured guest; walk in the footsteps of Romans and experience life in this grand Roman villa
Chedworth Roman Villa was home to some of the richest people in the country during its heyday in the 4th century.
Visit the intriguing ruins of one of the largest Romano-British villas in the country.
Marvel at some of the amazing inventions brought to this country by the Romans - including mosaics, bathhouses, latrines and even underfloor heating.
Get up close to the mosaics, some of which were excavated just this year, on our state of the art walkways.
Walk in the footsteps of the Victorian gamekeeper who unearthed the first clues to what lay beneath an ordinary field in the heart of the Cotswolds in our newly refurbished museum.
Reflect on your visit with a glorious walk through the surrounding woodland and don't forget to treat yourself to something delicious in our new café.
Simon Esmonde Cleary's new book, 'Chedworth, Life in a Roman Villa', based around life at Chedworth in the 4th century ('the golden age of Britain') will be published in May by the History Press.
We are pleased to announce that Simon will be at the Villa on Saturday 8 June to promote his book. Join him for a tour of the Villa (or an indoor talk in case of rain) at 11.30am or 2.30pm. This is a unique opportunity to hear one of the country’s foremost experts on life in Roman Britain bringing Chedworth Roman Villa to life. Places will be limited on a first come first served basis on the day.
Head of Ancient History, Classics and Archaeology at Birmingham University, Simon has an extensive profile of entries to historical and archaeological publications.