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Discovered during building work in the 1950's, Caister's Roman Fort is now well-preserved. The remains are little above the ground, but the information boards offer an insight into how the place could have looked in Roman times.
We visited this place more for the car museum but it was good to tag on the castle at the same time. It castle mostly ruins but in turret is still intact and you want walk up the steps to the top. It's worth going...More
Went to this for a quick visit whilst walking around the area. Very informative and great for pictures if you are into this. Great find and great to see ruins preserved for people to observe. Notice boards all around to tell you the history of...More
Very interesting ruins that show some of the amazing history of this area of Britain. Information boards guide you through what you're looking at, and because you can get down and walk amongst the ruins it helps you visualize what once was. Although really interesting,...More