It would be an ideal place to visit when Charlotte learns about Romans in school, but she learned so much just from that one visit so its worth going at any age.
|The view across the site|
|Formal reception hall|
|Newly built shelter|
|Designing a mosaic|
|The museum and picnic area|
There aren't many 50 things to tick off at Chedworth Roman Villa, it's a very different site to other National Trust places we have been, but it was a highly enjoyable few hours.
We did get our shoes off and do some bare foot walking, made daisy chains, made a grass trumpet and watched the swifts flying overhead.
Our last stop was the shop where we picked up a mini-mosaic kit which Charlotte did the second we got home.
Most of the site is easily accessible if taking a pushchair along.