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Visited here with grown ups and younger children, and had a great time! The exhibits were well preserved and labelled, with lots of information. The children enjoyed dressing up, especially my grandson in the Roman Centurion outfit...! The Watch Tower was a particular hit, with...More
This seems to be Maryport’s leading attraction, so no visit to the town could be complete without a trip here. It is quite pricey when visiting as a family of students and older children, as over 16s are charged the adult rate meaning that the...More
Jane L, Manager at Senhouse Roman Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for reviewing the Museum, we always appreciate hearing what our visitors think about their experience
The museum is housed in the original Naval battery station set on a hilltop with great views of the sea and in the distance, Dumfries and Galloway. The museum contains mainly altars and artefacts from the local area and associated with Hadrians wall. Very interesting...More
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Jane L, Manager at Senhouse Roman Museum, responded to this reviewResponded May 23, 2018
We are glad that you enjoyed your visit to the museum and Maryport
This is a very interesting museum holding history of the fort, local facts and of Hadrian’s wall. Some wonderful Roman artefacts are exhibited. The explanations are informative and at times interactive. There is a kids area where they can dress up as Romans and ancient...More
An intimate view of Roman military Britain. Well presented unusual finds with excellent video facts and information. Nice active learning area for children.
Actual fortification is view from a tower only but little remains and is grassed over as a pasture.
Refreshment is by a...More
Visited Maryport recently and was pleasantly surprised by this small friendly museum. It is small but with an entry fee of £4 I believe it is good value for money. Anybody who has an interest in history will find it informative and presented in a...More
Went to this place as my sister and husband had said it was worth a look.It is only small but interesting .It didnt take long to look round ,there are plenty of books for reference ,and some clothes for dressing up for those who wish...More