Lunt Roman Fort
It’s A.D. 60; the Iceni of East Anglia led by the legendary Boudica have rebelled against Roman rule, and have just been defeated in a terrible battle fought somewhere in the Midlands. As a result the Romans are building a series of fortifications across the Midlands including the Lunt…
Come and explore this partially-reconstructed timber fort. Stand on the ramparts, explore the exhibition about life in a fort in Roman times, try Roman games in the granary and imagine yourself training horses in the gyrus – a feature not found anywhere else in the Roman Empire.
How to Find
The Lunt Roman Fort is just a short drive from Coventry city centre. There is free car parking available at the site which will be signposted.
Address: Coventry Road, Baginton, Warwickshire, CV8 3AJ
Public transport is a convenient way to get to the Lunt.
The best way to get to the Lunt by public transport is on the Number 539 bus from Pool Meadow Bus Station (which also visits the railway station).
The bus stops at Baginton Post Office (about half a mile away) but you can ask for it to stop outside the fort. On leaving the fort, you may prefer to take the Number 580.
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £11.00
Children under 4 years free
The Lunt Fort is open to the public on selected dates during the Coventry school holidays.
Accessible routes: the Lunt is accessible to visitors with disabilities. There are pathways throughout the site, ramped access to the museum and adapted toilet facilities.
Conferences & meetings
A truly unique venue. The Lunt Roman Fort was built around 60 AD and boasts the countries only working gyrus from the Roman era.
Although the Lunt Fort is primarily used by schools as an educational resource, we are always happy to discuss any ideas you may have regarding the use of this exciting venue.
For more information, or to speak directly with a member of our team:
Telephone: 024 7623 4296
Toilets: there are toilets on site including an adapted toilet, please note there is no baby change.
Dogs: please note that only assistance dogs are allowed on site.