Segedunum Roman Fort & Museum in Wallsend is part of the Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage Site and tells an important story about life along the Roman frontier.
Segedunum, which means ‘Strong Fort’, was built to guard the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall, and was home to 600 Roman soldiers. It stood for almost 300 years as a symbol of Roman rule and defence against barbarian attack.
Over the next three years, North Tyneside Council and Tyne & Wear Museums are planning to improve Segedunum to make it an even better place to visit and an attraction that people from Wallsend and North Tyneside are proud of.
They would like your help in shaping these plans.
Take part in the consultation here – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SRF-businessconsultation