Roman Britain


Julius Caesar invaded Britain in 55BC, marking the northernmost outpost of the Roman Empire. The Romans were to change the landscape forever, bringing with them a different way to structuring society and building houses which swept away the traditional wooden and rush huts for more substantial stone structures.

From the odd stretch of arrow straight road to ancient town names like Colchester, London and St Albans you can still see plenty of traces of their 400 year stay on these shores.

Why not visit an ancient Roman palace at Fishbourne near Chichester or the famous Roman Baths at Bath while you soak up the beautiful Georgian architecture.  You can also marvel at the many Roman artefacts in the British Museum from weapons and jewellery to emperor’s coins. 


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Angela L. Batey

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences & Director of Graduate Studies, School of Music


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Nancy Nathan

Travel Writer


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Dr. Jeff Reynolds

Associate Professor of Music, University of Alabama at Birmingham


I have taken choirs and orchestras to England, Scotland, and Europe for the past 30 years – some 15 of them have been with Sarah Reynolds as our guide.  She has an extraordinary knowledge of the culture, history, art, music, architecture, food, customs – not to mention when the greatest possible traffic kerfuffle will happen and how to avoid it!  She has uncanny organizational skills, fluent in multiple languages, and her sense of humor quickly smooths over any unexpected snafus.  Singers and instrumentalists from my groups that travelled years ago still talk about her – her professionalism and sharp wit.  I would never take a trip to Europe without Sarah and have even altered dates to ensure she could be with us.  The Reynolds’ have my very highest recommendation in tour planning, advising and executing.