Visiting Chedworth Roman Villa as a group

Summer view of Chedworth Roman Villa

Let us tailor your visit to help you get the most out of your trip to Chedworth Roman Villa.

 

 

When to visit?

We welcome pre-booked groups during our open season between February and November with the exception of Bank Holiday weekends and some holiday periods. School groups usually visit in the morning, with other groups preferring to visit in the afternoon when the site is quieter. Call us on 01242 890 256 or drop us an email to discuss your individual requirements. As we have limited parking coaches must be booked in advance. 

 

Group visits

We can help make your time here special whether you'd like a talk or tour from one of our site experts or prefer to take in the history and surroundings at your leisure. Talks and tours can be tailored to the interests of your group, and will take in the unique history of Chedworth and its significance as one of Britain's grandest villas. 

 

School visits

Chedworth is full of learning experiences and exciting discoveries to help your class learn more about Romano-British history. Build the visit suitable for your school, whether that's a self-led session or opting for one or more of the sessions we are able to offer, including a talk or tour with one of our site experts, and craft session.  
 
Self-led visits are free of charge if your group has an Education Group Membership, otherwise usual admission charges apply. Room hire and sessions are priced separately, please contact us to discuss your needs. Booking is essential, please contact us for a booking form. 
 
 

 

What is Education Group Membership?

Education Group Membership is specially designed to allow education groups free entry to most places cared for by the Nationl Trust. This type of membership is for not-for-profit groups or home educators whose members, pupils or students are in full-time education.

Education Group Membership, or EGM, is an annual membership fee costing between £50 and £150. Prices differ depending on the number of pupils in your school.