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Chedworth Roman Villa, Yanworth
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  • Not somewhere for the children. If you are not a member of the National Trust, it is not worth the entrance fee. Even a guided tour wouldn't take very long. To say it is educational would be an unders...  more »
  • So there we were, driving through the late-Autumn Cotswolds countryside. And a sign appeared stating "Roman Villa". So we decided to take a detour. Big mistake. 3 1/2 miles later (and a few near-miss ...  more »
  • Very interesting place. We got so much more out of it by joining the guided tour rather than breezing around on our own. The guide made the place come alive with Romans and how they lived in that vill...  more »
  • Very interesting and relaxing place especially if interested in Roman history in Britain. Newish building housing large displays of the original tiled floors. Some live archeaology took place when we visited. Guided tours and small museum. Well stocked cafe and shop. Plenty of parking. Picnics welcome.
  • The villa is impressive, especially the uncovered mosaics. We went during the Festival of Archeology which was excellently; many stalls, displays and talks. Not sure whether the entrance fee would be justified without the extra things to do. Fortunately there seems to be enough special events, or you can join National Trust.
  • Great afternoon out for the family, lots of creative goodies to make for the kids. For the adults the mosaics are amazing and well worth seeing
  • Although there's no actual villa left standing, the history about the site and the incredible ongoing archaeology, that's discovering and restoring more treasures, is fascinating. There are some great Roman-themed days during school holidays, that make a visit even more appealing.
  • One of the finest roman villas in the UK, well preserved with an excellent, modern covered area to see the mosaics. There is normally guides around and also a calendar of special events.