Abona Roman Building
Roman Building at Sea Mills. Lying at the junction of Roman Way with the Portway, this was possibly a workshop or an office in the Roman town of Abonae.
Excavations were undertaken by Selley (Alfred Jowett Selley (1854–1945)) adjacent to the Portway in 1934. They uncovered a small building with several rooms that may have been arranged around a small courtyard. It has been interpreted as workshops. The remains were consolidated and are now exposed.
Visiting Abona Roman Building