Roman Museums in West Sussex
Included below are Roman museums, such as The Novium in West Sussex. The Roman museums contain many artefacts and relics depicting life throughout the Roman period, with regularly changing exhibitions showing the latest archaeological finds.
Salthill Road, Fishbourne, Chichester
This site of Fishbourne Roman Palace was discovered in 1960 when a water main was being laid. Evidence suggests that it was developed from three phases of building and dates from the time of the Roman invasion in AD43. The museum is built on the... more
Chapel Road, Worthing
Worthing Museum & Art Gallery was opened in 1908, this beautiful Edwardian building is home to a fascinating collection of toys and costume that is amongst the largest in the country. Also on display is a collection of fine and decorative art, with... more
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