Lullingstone Roman Villa

Things to see and do

What you need to know

We've made some changes to help keep you safe, and things might be a little different when you visit. Here's everything you need to know.

  • Do we need to Book?

    You don’t need to book your ticket in advance, but you will always get the best price and guaranteed entry by booking online ahead of your visit.

    If you are a Member and wish to book, your ticket is still free

    Your booking is for the site/event only and does not guarantee a car parking space, which may carry an additional charge.

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  • How are you keeping us safe?

    Our staff are still working hard to keep everyone safe. We’re continuing with enhanced cleaning and you’ll find hand sanitiser stations on site. You are now legally required to wear face coverings in our shops.

    You can also help us keep you and other visitors safe by not visiting if you have symptoms, tested positive, or have been asked to self-isolate.

    You can visit our reopening page for information on general safety measures we've taken to help keep you safe.

    General Safety Information

  • Do I need to wear a face covering?

    You are now legally required to wear face coverings in our shops.

    Our staff continue to wear face covering in our busy areas and indoor spaces, and we strongly encourage you to do the same.

Enjoy the light show

Appreciate the impressive survival of the villa's buildings, as our bespoke light installations beautifully illuminate the archaology below. 

See Incredible Finds

Finds discovered during the excavation of Lullingstone shed light upon the lives of those who lived and worked here. Don't miss the chance to explore all our exhibits in the site's museum. 

Discover Roman Mosaics

View spectacular Roman mosaics, unearthed during the excavation of the villa. These beautifully preserved examples are some of the most impressive Roman survivals in England.

House Church

One of the most incredible discoveries at Lullingstone Roman Villa is the remains of an early site of Christian worship in the form of a 'house church'. Miraculously, a magnificent wall painting from this period survives here, and can be enjoyed today.

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