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Gosbecks Archaeological Park is one of the most significant Iron Age and Roman sites in the country and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
The Park covers 65 hectares of grassland and farmland and includes the archaeological remains of the largest of the five known Roman theatres in Britain, with seating for up to 5,000 people as well as a Romano-Celtic Temple and a double portico. Following survey and excavation by archaeologists these remains are outlined on the ground together with interpretation boards to explain the finds.
Gosbecks is the perfect place for a walk and popular with dog walkers too.
For more information on Colchester and its fascinating history head to www.visitcolchester.com
Booking & Payment Details
- Free Entry
- Free Parking
- Dogs Accepted
Map & Directions
BY ROAD: From Colchester take the B1022 Maldon Road, Drive straight ahead at the roundabout, the carpark for the archaeological park is immediately on the left hand side. The park consists of two fields on either side of Olivers Lane.BY BUS: Number 75 from Colchester Bus station hourly service.