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Opposite the main entrance of Orpington Station, at Crofton Halls stands what is left of a Roman villa. The fact that its entirely enclosed within a building is unusual and must be the only one of its kind.. the space it occupies is not much...More
I have visited Orpington many times over the years but never realised that this place existed. The building is very unassuming and opening times are restricted so it is easily missed. The museum consists of quite substantial remains which have been supplemented by modern additions...More
As with most Roman ruins in the UK, all there is to see here are the foundations of what was once a fairly large villa. It's interesting and you can find out a bit about the Romans in Orpington, but don't expect Pompeii!
Incredible to think that this archaeological marvel is just a few paces from a scruffy SE train station. Its street appearance is unprepossessing but that's just the way of purpose-built structures I suppose: it's simply there to protect the remains of an ancient Roman Villa,...More
My wife and I visited here with my 9 year old daughter and 6 year old son.
A family ticket cost us £4, and for that we had free reign to wander around the facility and partake in many fun activities. Also included was a...More