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On the pivotal north side of the Tyne, Corbridge played a vital role in the Roman conquest of northern Britain. The fort dates from AD139, when the Emperor Antoninus Pius once more advanced the Roman frontier into Scotland. On a principal route northwards, it became a busy garrison town. The remains include a fountain house with an aqueduct, a pair of granaries and walled compounds for the military, containing barracks, temples, houses and a headquarters building with a below-ground strongroom. The extensive museum displays a rich selection of Roman finds. Corbridge is part of the Hadrianâ€™s Wall World Heritage Site. An audio tour is now provided to guide you round the site.
21 February - 29 March 2015 Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday 10:00 - 16:00 Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
Adult £5.60 Child (5-15 years) £3.40 Concession £5.00
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Facilities and services
- Education facilities available
- Object study facilities available (enquire in advance)
- Wheelchair access to some public areas
Audio available for the visually impaired and those with learning difficulties. Dogs on leads only in restricted areas.
- Academic publications and resources available
- Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
- Foreign language audio guide available
- Foreign language leaflet or brochure available
- Object identification and/or written enquiry service
- Pre-booking service for groups
- Specialist publications on collections available
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