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Roman Alcester is the exciting  exhibition
interpreting and displaying objects from Alcester's Roman past.

Alcester is one of the most investigated Roman small towns in the country, with over 100 archaeological digs in the last 80 years.

Recent excavations have revealed much about the area of the Roman town which would have been outside the boundary wall built in the 3rd century AD.

Come to Roman Alcester and find out what life was like there in Roman times between the 1st and 4th centuries AD.

Admission to 
Roman Alcester 
is free!
Roman Alcester is at Globe HousePriory Road, 
Alcester, B49 5DZ
 Opening Times
Mon: 09.30-1730
Tues: Closed
Wed-Fri: 09.30-1730
Sat: 10.00-16.00
Sun - Closed 
Bank Holidays see web site for special events but normally closed

 The museum is fully accessible and has  two disabled parking spaces.

inside museum
 The markets area of the museum where children can play 
Roman games and puzzles as well as dressing up.   


Roman Alcester offers hands-on visits linked to the National Curriculum Key Stage 2. Other age groups can be accommodated by special arrangement.
Children can make use of all the museum's facilities to bring Roman Britain alive

They can handle pottery and other artefacts, try their hand at mosaics and  as a lunchtime treat they will get the chance to meet a Roman soldier and try on some armour.

Run by retired primary school teachers the  visits have become an increasingly popular part of the museum's activities.


Contact: barbaraswinn2007@btinternet.com


The museum holds regualr Make and Take Craft sessions for children in the school holidays. So why not bring the  kids along to spend the afternoon making something Roman they can take home with them at the end of the session.

We need volunteers of all ages to help with the running of the museum. Your skills and enthusiasm are needed ,so if  you would like to help then please contact us.

Roman Alcester is a partnership between Alcester Heritage Trust and Warwickshire County Council, and is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

YouTube Video - the Roman rap