Lullingstone Roman Villa

© Lullingstone Roman Villa

Lullingstone Roman Villa dates from around 100 AD. It was built by wealthy owners, and was lavishly furnished. Today it remains one of the most complete Roman villas in Britain, and provides a fun, exciting and educational day out for children. The mosaics, wall paintings, heated bath suite and 'house church' mean that there is no shortage of unique sights to see on your trip. This together with the hands-on activities, such as trying on Roman costumes or playing traditional board games, make Lullingstone a fantastic destination to learn about the Romans.

Let English Heritage help you inspire your students with their hands-on Discovery Visits, led by one of their expert team and great value at £90 for up to 30 students:

- Magic and Medicine- The Gory Reality of Roman Surgery and Make and Take a Herbal Bag
An exploration into Roman medicine and hygiene. Discover what a Roman doctor might do to diagnose illness, how the Romans kept themselves healthy, and make a medicine bag to take home.

- Hands on Lullingstone Life
How was life lived in the Roman villa? How was food cooked, and what kinds of things did the people eat? Using both real and replica objects, this session aims to answer these questions and even try some food in a tasting session!

English Heritage offer free entry to schools and other learning groups.  Book a free education visit and lead your own way with the aid of our free Organisers' Pack, sent by email with your booking confirmation.
For more information and to book please visit or call 0870 333 0606