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Fishbourne Roman Palace

Roman Way, Fishbourne, Chichester PO19 3QR

Explore the remains of the largest Roman domestic building in northern Europe, admiring our famous collection of in situ Roman mosaics and Britain’s earliest formal garden. Daily guided tours give visitors the chance to imagine what the Palace was like in its heyday and how it was eventually destroyed. See what life was like at the Palace in our museum or take a look behind the scenes in our Collections Discovery Centre. With ample parking and an on-site café, you will find everything you need for a day out for the whole family.

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Visitor Information

Opening Hours

2014 opening times: Open every day from 1st February - 15th December January - open Saturdays and Sundays only 10am - 4pm February - open every day 10am - 4pm March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October - open every day 10am - 5pm November - December 15th - open every day 10am - 4pm December 16th - 31st December - open Saturdays and Sundays only 10am - 4pm


Admission Fees

2014 Admission charges Adult - £8.70 Child - £4.30 Student/Senior - £7.70 Family - £22.00 (2+2 or 1+3) Child (5-15, under 5s free): £4.30 Senior Citizen: £7.50 Student: £7.50 Family (2+2 or 1+4): £22.00 Carer for disabled (if required): Free Groups of 20 or more Adult/Student/Senior: £7.00 each Groups of 20 or more children (5-15, under 5s free): £3.30 each Carer for disabled (if required): Free

Groups of 20 or more Adult/Student/Senior: £6.80 each
Groups of 20 or more children (5-15, under 5s free): £3.20 each


Contact details

Telephone: 01243 785859

Email: adminfish@sussexpast.co.uk

Website: wp.sussexpast.co.uk/properties-to-discover/fishbourne-roman-palace

Gallery

School children studying the stone work at the Fishbourne Roman Palace. School children studying a human skeleton laid out in a glass cabinet. An archway entwined with vines in the palace garden.

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