Brunton Turret
Brunton Turret
Low Brunton, Wall, Northumberland, NE46 4EX

Brunton Turret

One of the best preserved turrets on the line of Hadrian's Wall, with a stretch of wall 70 yards long. Brunton Turret was built by men of the Twentieth Legion. Brunton Turret is managed by English Heritage, as a free historic attraction for the public to explore. Visit Brunton Turret as part of the Chesters Roman Trail. No dogs permitted on site, at request of the landowner.

Opening details: 
Open all year
Price range: 
Free
Road directions: 
1/4 mile south of Low Brunton, off A6079 - 35 minutes from Newcastle.
Public transport: 
Go North East's AD122, alight at Chesters Roman Fort
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