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Lullingstone Roman Villa, Eynsford

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  • As keen Time Team viewers this was on our 'to do' list. Fortunately we are English Heritage members therefore we avoided the £2.50 parking fee on top of the adult entry fee of £7.50. We were at the vi...  more »
  • We are very interested in classical antiquity so we took a trip out to see the Lullingstone Roman Villa. The exhibit is indoors and is very interesting, especially the artifacts. Well worth a visit.  more »
  • We found Lullingstone to be a great 'all-weather' English Heritage attraction - it has been very thoughtfully designed as a centre and provides a fascinating exhibition with different amounts of infor...  more »
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  • Where else can you walk around the remains of a roman villa and learn all about this once important residence. Entry price isn't cheap, but well worth doing at least once. Being so close to Eynsford, its Country Park and Castle it can make for a great day out in one place.
  • An excellent value for the quality of the experience. The surrounding area is great for a walk. If hiking through Kent this is well worth stopping by to learn about the history of the UK. It is a quality experience throughout.
  • It's a small roman villa but is well preserved. I'm from Rome and I liked the cure the English Heritage puts in the preservation of the site. Good place for kids to learn roman people habits and way of life. For English Heritage members the parking is free, ask inside for the coin.
  • English heritage site. Good facilities and a great villa from Roman times. Parking is extra but nothing is expensive here so worth a trip.
  • Nice day out. Love the new video you can watch half way round as is very educational