The Museum at Aldborough Roman Site is being refurbished in 2020 and new interpretation panels will be installed around the site. Artefacts that have never previously been displayed will be on show and, together with the panels, will help to tell the story of life in Roman Aldborough.
The new interpretation panels which will be located on the circular walk in the museum grounds will be similar to those at Housesteads (pictured above).
Professor Martin Millett and Dr Rose Ferraby are providing the text to accompany photos, drawings, maps and plans. Information gleaned from the recent Aldborough Roman Town Project will be added to that from earlier excavations. This will help visitors understand the context of these fascinating Roman remains found within the beautiful antiquarian garden.