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The only Roman Town House to be seen in its entirety in Britain.
Dating from the 4th century AD, the house comprises two separate ranges forming an L shape around a small courtyard. The remains show a number of architectural details, including 2 hypercausts with external stoke holes, a window, stone columns, a well and an excellent mosaic which is under the covered building.
From Top O'Town roundabout proceed up The Grove, turn right into Northernhay go through the small gate on the right. The Town House is just across the line of the Roman Wall, behind County Hall.