Wall section and a surviving piece of turret two and a half metres high, built by men of the Twentieth Legion.
Before You Go
Access: Car parking is available at Chesters Roman Fort, about a 20 minute walk away along the Chesters Roman Trail.
Please be aware: Farm livestock is likely to be present.
Facilities: Chesters Roman Fort has a tearoom and toilet facilities, including baby changing.
Plan a Great Day Out
Brunton Turret is one of the sites along the Chesters Roman Trail.
Just a mile away from Brunton Turret you'll find Chesters Roman Fort. Don't miss the stunning bath house remains or the fascinating collection of Roman finds. There is also a tearoom, a gift shop and other facilities including toilets, baby changing and a picnic area.
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