Antonine Wall World Heritage Site Interpretation
FUNDERS & PARTNERS: Glasgow City Council
We designed and developed a set of linked interpretation for visitors exploring Glasgow's Roman heritage, particularly the Antonine Wall - one of Scotland's six World Heritage Sites. Interpretation panels, set near the line of the Wall and on the Forth & Clyde Canal at Lambhill Stables, help visitors consider local civilian-military interactions, daily life on the frontier and the impact on the landscape. A leaflet, Go Roman Around Glasgow, provides a guide to key elements of Roman-era heritage in the city and beyond. A pop-up exhibition, available for loan to libraries, schools and community hubs, explores evidence for ethnic and gender diversity on the Antonine Wall in the 2nd century AD.