Plan Your Visit

National Roman Legion Museum is open for four days per week – every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

You are still required to wear a face covering indoors and to practice physical distancing. (Please note – a visor is not considered to be a face covering by the Welsh Government. See full face covering guidelines.)

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The Museum remains free to enter. However, to keep you and our staff safe, we have had to reduce the number of people we can welcome on site at any one time. To manage this, all visitors entering the site will need to have booked a free ticket in advance. Sadly, if you don't book and present a valid ticket, you’ll be turned away. We can make no exceptions.

Book your free ticket in advance

Tickets will be released on a weekly basis every Wednesday for visits on the following Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Your safety, and that of our staff, is our priority. To reduce any risks from COVID-19, we have had to change what we do, and the experience at the National Roman Legion Museum will be a little different from what we can normally offer. However, you can explore the Gallery, Exhibition area, Barrack Room and Roman Garden and learn what made the Romans such a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.

For more information please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. Our toilets will be open, and we have put in place an improved hygiene schedule for your safety. Visitors are required to wear face coverings in indoor spaces at our Museums, in line with Welsh Government guidelines and to follow all our safety guidelines while at the museum, even if you have been vaccinated. We reserve the right to refuse entry to those not wearing a face covering without due cause, for example for health and wellbeing reasons, and to those who flout our other safety guidelines.

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Opening Hours

10am–5pm

Open for four days per week – every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (including Bank Holiday Mondays).

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For safety reasons, we reserve the right to conduct bag searches when entering the Museum​.

All visitors entering the site will need to have booked a free ticket in advance

Location

Caerleon, Nr Newport
NP18 1AE

Map & How to Get Here

Contact Us

Phone: 0300 111 2 333
Email: roman@museumwales.ac.uk

Dogs, toilets and Romans – your questions answered!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my dog?

Sorry, we only allow guide dogs inside the Museum.

Accessibility

Advice for our disabled visitors

Access Guide

Parking

Parking is either on Broadway (next to the amphitheatre), Museum Street (limited parking) or off High Street, adjacent to the Baths. Cycle stands are available at the amphitheatre.

What you will see when you visit

Your visit will be slightly different from normal. However, you can explore the Gallery, Exhibition area, Barrack Room and Roman Garden and learn what made the Romans such a formidable force and how life wouldn't be the same without them.

What we have put in place to help keep you safe

  • Our front of house staff have received health and safety training in relation to COVID-19.
  • Visitor safety guidelines are in place on site – please follow them
  • Social distancing measures are in place on site
  • Hand sanitising stations are available for visitors and staff.
  • We have further increased our hygiene regime
  • We will be managing visitor numbers in line with public health and safety guidelines.
  • We have set up new routes, such as a one-way system. Please look out for and follow any new signs around the site.

To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. If you are showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone who has the virus in the last 14 days, we request that you don’t visit, as you may be turned away to reduce risks to other visitors and our staff. Why not experience our museum by viewing our collections on the website until you are feeling better?