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Good temple but not so good fort

Hadrian’s Wall was built by the Romans in 122AD. It’s purpose was basically to keep the barbaric... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
FrequentFlier756853
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A different place to visit, in the middle of a field

This was somewhere I had wanted to visit for a while, but would not go on my own, because I don't... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Carrie B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hadrian’s Wall was built by the Romans in 122AD. It’s purpose was basically to keep the barbaric Scots out with a wall running across England. This wall is not along the border between England and Scotland but exclusively built within England. The Wall basically runs...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Monday 20th August 18, My husband and I decided to go to visit Hadrian’s Wall for the day. First of all my husband and I went to visit the ‘Temple of Mithras’ situated at Carrawburgh. It is a fascinating temple dedicated to the Eastern God...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was somewhere I had wanted to visit for a while, but would not go on my own, because I don't like cows! However, we went through the gate to the nearby fort, which is just like a small hill nowadays, and found a way...More

Thank Carrie B
Reviewed 1 August 2018

Signposted off "General Wade's Road" the B6318 but its a walk away from the car park. The track has been improved with a walkway. Once inside you can see how the ritual would take place. However the feel of the temple on a lovely sunny...More

Thank john e
Reviewed 27 July 2018

This is an easy walk from the car park along the Military Road. The altars (copies of the original) don't show much writing, but have some good carving. The sign for the site is legible (but should be replaced, it's been damaged.) It helps if...More

Thank David E
Reviewed 19 June 2018

A short walk to this site and actually not much to see. Its not been looked after. however the energy is still there. Newcastle museum has more for you to see regarding the area.

Thank v s
Reviewed 18 May 2018

Interesting temple connected to Hadrian's Wall, peaceful and well preserved. You can still see the God Mithras image and another figure, it gives of a good idea of how it would have looked. People still leave offerings to the God. Nice place.

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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Nice guy + really nice to have the possibility to drink a beverage (really good taste) in the middle of nowhere

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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Frankly what this tiny temple represents is far more important than what it looks like! It is the only Mithraeum you can see along Hadrian's Wall and worth pausing for that. Also the mobile coffee van stops nearby in the morning until 12 noon! But...More

Thank Rick W
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

Not very well signposted on maps or on the road but well worth the visit. It is a short walk from the car park but not visible from the car park itself. The information board has seen better days and definitely needs an upgrade. The...More

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