Saturday, March 12, 2011

Northumberland's Vindolanda centre gets £6.3m revamp

A major tourist attraction in Northumberland has reopened to the public after a £6.3m revamp.

Vindolanda and the adjoining Roman Army Museum on Hadrian's Wall near Hexham, is home to the oldest surviving handwritten tablets in Britain.

New additions include an education centre and revamped galleries.

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