Parking for 25-30 vehicles, 8 metres from entrance. Parking fee of £2 (cash only) which is refunded on admission. There is also an overflow car park opposite. Visitors must cross a road to reach the site.
Food and Drink
Hot and cold drinks, and snacks are available from the visitor centre. Ice-creams are also available during the summer.
You are welcome to bring a picnic to eat in the grounds. There are two areas of picnic benches - one looking out towards the historic site and the other looking towards the Roman town house.
Shop selling a selection of English Heritage gifts and themed souvenirs.
Female toilets (4), male toilets (2) and accessible toilet facilities all located at the end of the visitor centre.
Dogs are welcome in the grounds but must be kept on a short lead at all times. They not allowed in the museum or in the Roman Town House.
Museum describes the history of Wroxeter including information on everyday life; Wroxeter as a fortress and its time before the Romans. A selection of artefacts from site excavations are also on display.
Visit Wroxeter Roman City during 2012 and see how the Roman Town House has been brought to life with new interpretation and furnishings.
There is plenty of room for children to run and play, or to take a gentle stroll, in our large grassed areas.
- Audio Tour Availability
- Audio tour describing the historic site and Roman Town House is included in admission price. Groups are advised to book in advance. Educational groups may hire them at a cost of £1 per unit.
- Baby Changing Facilities
- Baby change facilities located at the end of the visitor centre.
- Play Areas / Adventure Playground
- There is plenty of room for children to run and play in our large grassed areas.
- Pushchairs Allowed
- Toy/Dressing Up Box
- There is a children's Book Box in the museum.
Please be aware
Access to the Roman Town House requires crossing a small road.
Commercial Photography and Filming
English Heritage welcomes all photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures with us on Flickr and Facebook.
We do have some restrictions at certain locations, so if photography is your main reason for visiting, please call the site ahead of your visit to check if any parts of the site are restricted.
If you are interested in using English Heritage sites for commercial photography this must be arranged in advance. Please go to: Sarah Eastel Locations (http://www.film-locations.co.uk) for more information.