Jewry Wall

General View of Jewry Wall with Church in the background
The remains of the conduit for the Roman Baths at Jewry Wall

Free Entry

Wall open daily any reasonable time during daylight hours. No access currently to the interpretation panels in the adjacent grounds of the Jewry Wall Museum.


St Nicholas Circle, Leicester, LE1 4LB

Before You Go

One of the tallest surviving sections of Roman masonry in Britain, this wall of a town-centre bath house complex stands over 9 metres high and dates from about AD 160.

Read more about Jewry Wall's history.

Managed by Leicester City Council - visit their Jewry Wall Museum website.

Before You Go

Parking: No parking on site but the nearest public car parking is at St Nicholas Circle or limited on-street parking is available on Welles Street.

Jewry Wall Museum: Adjacent to the wall is Leicester City Council's Jewry Wall Museum, which focusses on the archaeology and history of the people of the city. Please be aware that it and its grounds are closed for major refurbishment. 

Facilities: There are no facilities on site but Leicester city centre is a 10-minute way away.

Dogs: Dogs on leads are welcome.

Plan a Great Day Out

If you're looking for things to do in Leicestershire, less than five miles away to the west of Leicester is Kirby Muxloe Castle. Here you can explore the picturesque moated remains, fine gatehouse and complete corner tower of this largely brick-built fortified mansion. Why not  take a picnic to enjoy in its grounds?

Another 15 miles away to the northwest is Ashby de la Zouch Castle. Now a ruin, this began life as a manor house in the 12th century and achieved castle status by the 15th century. You can walk through an underground passage, probably dating from the Civil War, and take in the fine views from the top of the tower.


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