How to visit Vindolanda Roman Fort and Museum and the Roman Army Museum. This page will take you through the new systems we have in place for visiting our sites, what is open and how to visit. Read more
"Two destinations | One ticket | A great day out"
This year is going to be a tough year for all of us. Join us in celebrating 50 years of the Vindolanda Trust and please consider supporting us to get to another 50. You can buy a virtual birthday gift and contribute to our future. Thank you for your incredible support.
Activity sheets for home learning fun. From Roman cooking ideas to spot the difference and much more, there is something for everyone.
Curatorial staff at Roman Vindolanda make a lockdown discovery of an ancient leather toy mouse, which had been hidden in amongst the ancient scrap leather recovered from the site.
The Vindolanda Trust has two new community-based projects developed to encourage engagement with the Vindolanda Site and Museum and The Roman Army Museum during a time when physical access to them is restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic. The projects have been supported by a grant from the Arts Council England Emergency Response Fund.
Overview of the Vindolanda Trusts aims and objectives
6th April - 18th September 2020
Don't miss out on the excitement of watching the 2020 Roman excavations at Vindolanda. They take place Monday - Friday weather permitting.
April - October 2021 ** Re-arranged Dates **
A temporary exhibition at the Roman Army Museum showing an assembly of militiary artefacts never seen in pulbic which are on private loan to the Vindolanda Trust. Read more
Replica altars to the Roman God Jupiter Dolichenus placed back in religious shrine at Vindolanda enabling visitors to see them in their original setting for the first time in 1,800 years. Read more
A small, child sized, and eerily life-like bronze hand has been discovered during the excavation of a Severan fort ditch at Roman Vindolanda. Read more