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Had a laugh going round here. We were stuck between school parties which is an occupational hazard in places like this I suppose. But it's nicely done and a lot more fun than the Roman rooms at the Grosvenor Museum (although they DO have gorgeous...More
We visited Chester for a few hours and wanted to take in the Roman influence of the city.
I saw this website before arriving. There was some confusion regarding the name. It was advertised as Deva and Dewa.
It is situated down the road from...More
This Roman Experience was really good fun, especially as there was a group of school children going round just before us. Really interesting relics from Roman times, including remnants of walls, mosaics, pottery and other odds and ends. Each of the scenes were set out...More
We felt this place was difficult to find, down a narrow side street with only one sign. It gave us some background regarding putting Chester on the map by the Romans. There was a short video and everything was labeled clearly.
We came upon this place by accident and we thoroughly enjoyed our couple of hours in there. Lots to see and experience and the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. The ticket price was cheap enough that we were not expecting too much and we...More
Dewa seemed to have been tucked away, almost out of sight. It is a great pity as it is an interesting museum with lots of finds to see. Chester could take a look at Jorvik in York to see how to improve this site.
Very interesting little museum, lots to read and the archaeological sites were particularly fascinating. There seemed to be lots of interactive things for all ages and the gift shop was reasonably priced. The staff member dressed as a roman soldier we met was very helpful...More
My autistic daughter is obsessed by all thing Roman. The Dewa Experience fulfilled everything for her. She especially loved talking to one of the archaeologists on the site. He was able to answer questions that meant nothing to me!! A brilliant experience for all of...More