Get a glimpse into the Roman era as you walk around the ruins of a public bath house which had walls over 9 metres high. The Jewry Wall is one of the largest survivals of civil Roman masonry in Britain.
The wall and some of the foundations of the baths are now laid out to public view. While you are there notice ‘putlog’ holes in the walls which were used to mark the position of wooden scaffolding during the construction work.
The wall is now in care of the English Heritage.
The wall and some of the foundations of the baths are now laid out to public view.
Opening Times: Wall open any reasonable time during daylight hours. Access to the adjacent garden with interpretation 11am-4.30pm, February to October
Costs: Free entry