Lunt Roman FortPlaces to Visit
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
The Lunt Roman Fort is open to the public in most school holidays, and available for school group bookings.
Visitors wishing to visit will need to pre-book their tickets ahead of their visit. Follow this link to buy your tickets.
Lunt Roman Fort
Lunt Roman Fort is a partially reconstructed turf and timber Roman fort dated to AD 60, with a unique 'gyrus', or circular training area for horses, a rebuilt granary, timber gateway and fort ramparts.
The fort at Lunt was built at the time of Queen Boudicca's revolt against the Romans in Britain, possibly as a supply depot and army headquarters.
What makes the fort at Lunt so intriguing is that it has been partially reconstructed by the Royal Engineers, using traditional tools and techniques that the Romans would have employed, so that visitors can get a sense of what it might have looked like when new. The Engineers built an imposing timber gateway with adjoining ramparts, one of the granary buildings, and the gyrus
Lunt is frequently used for school groups and educational visits and is a great place to give children a taste of life in Roman Britain.
- Adult: £3.75
- Concessions: £3.00
- Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £11.00
- Children under 4 years free
Eventbrite fees apply.
Follow this link to buy your tickets.
The Lunt Roman Fort has accessible toilets, and a small shop area.
Picnics are welcome, so you can make the most of the scenic outdoor spaces.
The Lunt Roman Fort is just a short drive from Coventry city centre. There is free car parking available at the site which is signposted.
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