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So much to see

Hadrian's wall is spread out all the way across to the west coast. Starting at Wallsend. If you... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
422iana
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Dunedin, New Zealand
See it in multiple locations

Since Hadrian's Wall stretched the with of England, there are many places you can visit its ruins... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2018
MaryKop
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 June 2018

This was our first visit to Hadrian's Wall and we were keen to visit the Roman forts, especially Vindolanda and Housesteads. We discovered the perfect way to see as much as possible in a short time. The Hadrian's Wall Country Bus AD122 (named for the...More

8  Thank mairekennedybooks
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Reviewed 31 August 2018

Peter Carney, a former history teacher, gives private tours of Hadrian's Wall and the surrounding area. Peter has in-depth knowledge of the Wall and is willing to tailor his tour and itinerary to your interests and the time you have available. We had a group...More

1  Thank Rosanna H
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hadrian's wall is spread out all the way across to the west coast. Starting at Wallsend. If you have the time head to South Shields and see the fort there as it is well worth the visit. Ruins are sporadic especially around Newcastle and heading...More

Thank 422iana
Reviewed 6 September 2018

Since Hadrian's Wall stretched the with of England, there are many places you can visit its ruins. We saw the piece that was associated with Segedunum, with a small section of original Wall and a short piece of reconstructed wall. Really amazing to see it...More

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 31 August 2018

Peter Carney, a former history teacher, gives private tours of Hadrian's Wall and the surrounding area. Peter has in-depth knowledge of the Wall and is willing to tailor his tour and itinerary to your interests and the time you have available. We had a group...More

1  Thank Rosanna H
Reviewed 23 June 2018

This was our first visit to Hadrian's Wall and we were keen to visit the Roman forts, especially Vindolanda and Housesteads. We discovered the perfect way to see as much as possible in a short time. The Hadrian's Wall Country Bus AD122 (named for the...More

8  Thank mairekennedybooks
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Highly recommended - 5 day self guided walking tour - booked through Macs Adventures "Highlights of Hadrian's Wall". This 5 day history walk gave me so much context to reading I've done over the years. Mac Adventures were a dream to deal with - the...More

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Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

This place stretches across Northern England virtually coast to coast and separated the Roman's from the Scots/Celts/Norsmen etc 2000 years ago. It's truly inspiring to climb on and scramble over and just suck in that history. Men and women died here, fought over these walls....More

1  Thank rmcalcott
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

Hadrian’s Wall is an underrated and under serviced ancient historical site in terms of excursions and tours. It’s the largest Roman artifact in the world. Extending 72 miles sea to sea in northern England. Ordered to be built in AD 122 by the Emperor Hadrian...More

6  Thank Pickering0
Reviewed 14 August 2017

A little bleak day but there were heaps of people together with dogs out walking. We enjoyed our walk around the main visitor centre and well worth a visit.

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You can, but there is a lot of walking and climbing involved in Housesteads and Chester Fort to see the ruins and to see the collection of Roman artifacts in the mini-museums each place provides. If you just want a taste of... More
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