Thousands of Roman coins will go on permanent display in Bristol after the city's museum was awarded £22,500 of lottery money.
The hoard of 11,460 coins - the third largest found in the UK - was unearthed in 2004 by a gardener in Thornbury.
Since the discovery, Bristol Museum has been seeking cash to put the copper and silver alloy coins on display.
Grants totalling more than £40,000 have now been raised to keep the coins, which date back to AD 270, in Bristol.
"We are delighted that the coin hoard is able to remain in Bristol and are able to give the public access to one of the most exciting finds in this area," said Kate Brindley, director of Bristol's museums, galleries and archives.