Apr-Jun: 10am-5pm; Jul-Sep: 10am-5pm - £5.95 (children: no charge) - Roman bath house closed for refurbishment
Segedunum is a ruined fort overlooking the north bank of the River Tyne. Protected by a defensive wall and moats, it was the last outpost at the eastern end of the famous wall built by Roman Emperor Hadrian (76-138 AD). The bathhouse has been reconstructed. The museum displays archaeological finds discovered during digs.