Welcome to the largest Roman home in Britain
Imagine the luxury that would once have surrounded the proud owner of this lavish Roman residence. This palace was certainly fit for a king. Stroll around the recreated Roman gardens – the earliest gardens found anywhere in the country – and enjoy the largest collection of mosaics in situ in the UK. Click here for a short talk about the Palace and a copy of the Fishbourne Property Leaflet 2019
2019 Opening Times January – open Saturdays and Sundays only 10am – 4pm February open every day 10am – 4pm March – Oct – open every day 10am – 5pm
Nov – Dec 15th – open every day 10am – 4pm From December 16th – 31st Jan 2020 – Sats & Suns only 10am – 4pm
2019 Admission charges:
Child (5-16) £5.00
Family (2+4) £27.50 Free admission for Sussex Archaeological Society members
2019 Admission price for groups of 15+
Children (5-16 years) £4.00
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If you are looking for more information on our award winning schools and education programme, please click here: Learning at Fishbourne Roman Palace.
For more general information, you can click here for a site plan, practical information to help you plan your visit, additional services we can offer groups and information on venue and corporate hire.
Our sites are open to all, but anyone under the age of 16 needs to be accompanied by an adult, unless agreed in advance with our staff.
We regret that we only allow assistance dogs into the museum and grounds.
Keep in touch! Sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter here.Contact: Fishbourne Roman Palace, Roman Way, Fishbourne, West Sussex, PO19 3QR tel: 01243 785859
Explore the beautiful gardens to see which plants the Romans grew and what they were used for
Watch the introduction film to see what the Palace looked like 2,000 years ago and find out who may have lived here
Search the museum to find things from everyday Roman life including coins, pottery and jewellery
Collections Discovery Centre
Take a glimpse behind the scenes and see our latest temporary display
Dsicover 2,000 year old remains of the North Wing including the famous collection of in-situ mosaic floors
Tours and Talks