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Roman Town House, Dorchester

The Roman Town House in Dorchester is the only example of a fully exposed Roman Town House in the country. It is free to visit and a range of tours are offered.

The Roman Town House is owned and managed by Dorset County Council, and supported by the Dorchester Joint Heritage Committee and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Latest news

April 2017 - cleaning and repair of mosaic floors.

Directions and facilities

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It is free to visit the Roman Town House in Dorchester. Get directions and information on facilities.

Tours

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Discover the different types of tours offered for the Roman Town House - guided, audio and virtual.

The history

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The discovery of the Roman Town House and information about archaeology, building techniques and conservation.

Learning

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Information about educational visits to The Roman Town House and how to hire the Romans Artefact Box.

Galleries

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An image gallery of Roman Town House artwork by Dominic Andrews, Dr Steve Cosh, John Mullaney and John Maine.

Games and cartoons

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Play online games with a distinctly Roman theme and see our downloadable comic packed with activities.

Channel 4's 'Time Team' visited in February 2012.

Tony Robinson

See pictures and read what Tony Robinson had to say about the site.

The Roman Town House Guidebook

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