Park Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BX. Tel: +44 (0)1285 655611
website for current opening times and admission charges.
Corinium Museum Description
On passing through the main door of the Corinium Museum in Cirencester, visitors are transported back in history to arrive in Roman Britain and it's second largest
Here modern day visitors can experience a life as a Roman, see some of the stunning mosaics discovered throughout the town and look through
windows into the rooms of a Roman Villa.
Once through the Roman galleries you will come face to face with the Anglo-Saxons, from Butler's Field, Lechlade. A new Anglo-Saxon gallery has been
created to show the treasures discovered from the cemetery uncovered at Butler's Field.
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Corinium Museum Facilities
Corinium Museum Visitor Information
The 2010 opening dates and times are:
Monday - Saturday 10.00am-16.00pm
Open Bank Holidays
Closed 23rd to 26th December and 1st January 2011
Child (5-16) £2.25
Student (16+), JSA, ESA and ES40 holders £3.20
Concession (60+) £4.00
For family tickets (up to 2 adults and 5 children) there will be a 10% discount
off of each adult/child charge.
Under 5's free
No unaccompanied children
Annual Season Tickets:
Visit the Corinium Museum as many times as you like! A season ticket is valid
for a whole year from the date of purchase and entitles the holder to free entry
to the museum and temporary exhibitions. It allows you to make the most of
our busy program of events and exhibitions. Plus, it also gives you great
discounts on lectures and workshops.
For family tickets (up to 2 adults and 5 children)
there will be a 10% discount off of each adult/child charge.
Senior Citizen (60+): £11.25
Please visit the Corinium Museum website for current opening times and admission charges.
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