Segedunum is the first and most easterly fort on Hadrian’s Wall, with surviving foundations of many buildings and part of Hadrian’s Wall itself. There’s a large, interactive museum, plus full scale reconstructions of a bath house and a section of the wall. There is also a herb garden, a young children’s play area, a picnic site, and a 35-metre high viewing tower providing outstanding views across this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A varied temporary exhibition programme changes regularly. The learning team includes Arts Award Advisers at Discover, Explore, Bronze and Silver levels, and all ages and abilities can be catered for, including those with special educational needs and disabilities, using Segedunum’s programmes of exhibitions, workshops, tours, and talks.