Segedunum Roman Fort

Segedunum is one of the major sites on Hadrians Wall and is the most excavated fort with surviving buildings and part of the wall itself.  With interactive museum, full scale reconstruction of a bath house and a 35 metre high viewing platform, this is probably the best location to see outstanding views across this World Heritage Site.

  • Location: Segedunum Roman Fort, Buddle Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear, NE28 6HR – from Newcastle city centre via the A1058 Coast Road or the A193/A187.
  • Nearby: Newcastle 4 miles, Hexham 26 miles.
  • Opening times: 10:00 until 17:00, Monday to Sunday, April to September – serviced during opening hours.
  • Parking: free parking
  • Facilities: toilets, baby changing facilities, shop, café, museum, exhibitions, assistance dogs welcome,
  • Things to do: eat, shop.