Bring Roman Britain to life at Richborough Roman Fort, a key site throughout the period of Roman occupation in Britain. Explore the huge stone walls, the earthworks and building remains at the site, and visit the museum to learn more about life in Roman Britain.
Bring the history of Roman Britain and the curriculum to life at Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre:
- KS1 History: Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality
- KS2 History: A local history study. The Roman Empire and its impact on technology, culture and beliefs in Britain. Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion in 55 - 54 BC, the Roman Empire by AD 42, the successful invasion by Claudius
- KS2 Geography: Human geography: types of settlement and land use
- KS3 History: A local history study. The study of an aspect or theme in British history from before 1066
Free self-led visits
Book a free self-led visit, and plan your day to suit your curriculum needs. Richborough Roman Fort is the perfect site to bring your lessons on Roman Britain to life outside of the classroom. Explore the huge stone walls and earthworks that form this Saxon Shore Fortress, and learn more about the rich history of Richborough in the museum.Enquire now
Plan Your Trip
We have a wide range of materials to help support your visit and make school trip planning easy. Download our free Learning Resources to help you make the most out of your visit and create unique learning experiences before, during and after your trip.
We also offer free planning visits for group leaders once you have made a booking. Our Education Booking Team are on hand to advise and help you create the best possible school trip to suit your needs and area of study
How to book
Bookings are best made online and we will contact you within 5 days of your enquiry.
0370 333 0606
Education Opening Times
- January to March: Saturday and Sunday 10.00 – 16.00
- April to September: Monday to Sunday 10.00 – 18.00
- October: Monday to Sunday 10.00 – 17.00
- November and December: Saturday and Sunday 10.00 – 16.00