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Discover Roman Chichester

Tuesday, 28 May. A guided walk from The Novium Museum to Fishbourne Roman Palace

Fishbourne walk

Discover Roman Chichester: The Novium Museum to Fishbourne Roman Palace walk

Tuesday, 28 May (Walk duration 2 hours)

Meet at the Novium Museum.

Discover Roman Chichester: The Novium Museum to Fishbourne Roman Palace Walk (opens new window)

Chichester was established by the Romans more than 2000 years ago as 'Noviomagus Reginorum'. Join us for a walk around some of the key Roman sites in and around the city and find out more about what life was like in Roman Chichester. Discover more about the public Bath house, the walls and temples, ending the walk at Fishbourne Roman Palace, the largest Roman home this side of the Alps. Marvel at the world-famous mosaic collection and relax in the Palace's recreated Roman gardens.

This walk will be led by Sue Webber, an experienced walk leader for GoTread, Butser Ancient Farm and the South Downs National Park.

Adults £17, Children £10 (Price includes entry to Fishbourne Roman Palace)

Please note:

  • The walk ends at Fishbourne Roman Palace. Participants will need to make their own way back to Chichester on foot (unguided) or by train from Fishbourne railway station
  • Terrain is easily navigated, but there are steps to climb up and down.