Currently closed for maintenance.

Set in the attractive surroundings of the Darent Valley in Kent, Lullingstone Roman Villa, begun in about AD 100, was developed for the tastes and beliefs of successive wealthy owners. In the mid-4th Century, it reached its peak of luxury. Visitors can view the amazing mosaics, Roman artefacts, and prints of rare wall paintings, a heated bath suite, and a house church. The villa is brought to life with a specially commissioned light show, and younger visitors can try on Roman costumes and play traditional board games from the period.

Opening Times

English Heritage Member: Free
Online price - includes a discount
With donation/Without donation
Adult: £9.50/£8.60
Child - 5-17 years: £5.50/£5
Concessions: £8.50/£7.70
Family - 1 adult + up to 3 children: £15/£13.60
Family - 2 adults + up to 3 children: £24.50/£22.20.

Wheelchair access across the whole of the indoor site. Access to Mausoleum and Shrine by steps only. There are no allocated disabled parking bays but disabled visitors may be able to park on the roadside, next to the site. There are two lifts, which can accommodate wheelchairs or mobility scooters.

Eynsford Station.

Arriva bus 478, Go-Coach 421, and Nu Venture 405.

Additional Notes
Parking free to members, charges for non-members.

Cafe • Picnic Area • Shop • Toilets • Disabled Toilets • Baby Changing Facilities

Picture Credit: © English Heritage.

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