Roman Frontier Gallery
The gallery was built in the millenium as part of the extension to the museum, but was later refurbished and was made into the Roman Frontier Gallery
The Roman Frontier Gallery is a very popular gallery at Tullie House and it's not hard to see why.
The gallery is suitable for adults and children as it has lots of interesting artefacts and stories about the Romans.
One of the signature pieces in the gallery is the Roman skeleton that was found in a well on the outskirts of Carlisle.
One thing the children love the most is the Roman tent that is in the middle of the gallery as they love to play in it and dress up in the armour outside the tent.
Steve, one of our Front of House staff, says this "I like the fortunate circumstance that the Roman Gallery is not only located within the walls of the Roman fort, but that it also provides an historic link to the fort at the original level where the Romans once walked, trained, slept and lived almost 2000 years ago."