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Stonehenge & Avebury,
among the most famous groups of megaliths in the world.
… These holy places and the nearby Neolithic sites
are an incomparable testimony to prehistoric times.”
Your expert tour guide specialises in Bath, Stonehenge
and other World Heritage Sites in England and Wales.
The Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Trail includes:
- accompanied tours of Avebury and Stonehenge
- gentle walks through ancient landscapes
- visits to Silbury Hill, Marden Henge, Woodhenge,
Durrington Walls, Cursus
- delightful journeys across the Wiltshire Downs
and Salisbury Plain
This Stonehenge World Heritage Trail explores the awe-inspiring
monuments and landscapes of Neolithic and Bronze Age
Britain. Your expert guide will lead you through ancient
landscapes, monumental earthworks, megalithic circles
short drive from Bath (approx. 45 mins) takes you to
Silbury Hill, the largest prehistoric mound in Europe.
This is followed by a walk along the West Kennet Avenue
of standing stones to Avebury, and a guided tour of
Avebury’s earthworks and stone circles.
Optional visits include the Barn Gallery (National
Trust) and the Alexander Keiller museum, one of the
most important prehistoric archaeological collections
in the country*.
Lunch is available at the National Trust café
or local pubs.
Stopping at the Sanctuary, Lockeridge Dene and Marden
Henge, we drive across the beautiful Wiltshire Downs
to Durrington Walls and Woodhenge. These are structures
of spectacular size and complexity. Here also is the
site of the Stonehenge Riverside Project, where archaeologists
have discovered the settlement used by the builders
Nearby is the Cursus, a vast ceremonial arena, and
the King Barrows (Bronze Age burial mounds). From here
you walk across the ancient landscape to the extraordinary
monument of Stonehenge.
All this in one day – wow!
* NB: Museum entrance fees and meals are not included.
Current prices per person are indicated below:
Avebury monuments: free
Gallery and Alexander Keiller Museum: £4.70