Hero image for this day out

Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens

 

Fishbourne was discovered by accident during the digging of a water main trench in 1960. The discovery led to nine seasons of excavations showing the site had developed from a military base at the time of the Roman invasion in AD43 to a sumptuous palace by the end of the first century.

The remains of one wing of the largest domestic Roman building yet found in Britain can be seen inside a cover building, with many impressive mosaic floors, underfloor heating systems, corridors and courtyards.

*Cannot not be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.

Admission: £9.50

Opening Times:

Up to 31 October Daily 10.00-17.00
1 November - 16 December daily 10.00–16.00
17 December - 31 January Saturday & Sunday only 10.00–16.00
1 February - 30 April daily 10.00–16.00

Getting There

Nearest Station: Fishbourne

Location:
Roman Way,
Fishbourne,
Chichester,
West Sussex
PO19 3QR

Phone Number: +44 (0)1243 785859

Website: sussexpast.co.uk

Disabled Access

Want to visit? Get your voucher here -