At the Vindolanda Charitable Trust, we believe in history and archaeology for all. Ever since our foundation we have been working tirelessly to make our sites more accessible.

The Roman Army Museum is a fully indoor attraction, located within the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site in the Northumberland countryside. The Museum uses a combination of Artefacts and Audio-Visual displays to bring life in the Roman Army to life. 

The Museum is fully accessible to Wheelchair users and has a level approach. You should allow at least 90 minutes to go round the museum. A shop and coffee shop are available for use of visitors within the entry level.

Download our Visual Story here. A Visual Story is a step-by-step guide designed to help you to plan your visit to the Roman Army Museum. This Visual Story will illustrate how to access the museum building, what to expect upon arrival and what you might experience throughout the different spaces.

Accessibility Ramps

There are sensory bags available for you to borrow during your visit. Please ask a member of our Admissions Team for further information. You can also download our digital museum Sensory Map prior to your visit.

Roman Army Museum Be Sensational Sensory Bag

The museum has received Visit England’s Quality Assurance Scheme accreditation for the last 10 years, with additional accreditation in the form of “Welcome Award” for exceptional Customer Service and “Best Told Story” for Interpretation.

We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please phone 01434 344 277 or email

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