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This mysterious stone circle is thought to have been constructed in Neolithic times between 2500 to 2000 BC by The Beaker people, who might have played a major role in the formation of another eerie ancient site at Stonehenge.
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Herepath | Marlborough, Avebury SN8 1RF, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Take time and visit this Neolithic site. You can follow the circle, and unlike Stonehenge, you can touch the stones. Avebury, located within the stone circle, boasts several shops, and a nice, thatched roof, pub, great for lunch or snack.

Thank Cindy B
Reviewed yesterday

Everyone knows about Stonehenge but Avebury is very special in its own unique way. At Stonehenge there are thousands of tourists, parking lots and tour buses, but at Avebury you will encounter just a few visitors, giving you the opportunity to slow down and take...More

Thank Robert F
Reviewed 3 days ago

Get away from the crowds eg along Kennet Avenue and yourself on your own (with cows). They stones are so beautiful. We really enjoyed our walk around the area and there's a choice of shops, food and a second-hand book shop (NT). National Trust (free...More

Thank BetsyLiverpool
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

To walk among stones and ditches built between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago is quite simply mind boggling. To move some of the larger rocks into place today with modern lifting equipment would be difficult, but this was done with manpower and rudimentary tools alone....More

Thank James F
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very interesting place to visit, the stone circle surrounds the village. A pleasant walk around the stones. The stones are free but the hall costs. Car park is £7 which seems a bit excessive when you're only planning to be there a couple of...More

Thank MJ2168
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a small site and has sheep grazing on it from time to time. There are lots of sheep droppings. If weather is bad it's best to wear wellies or outdoor walking shoes as there is a walk across from the site which has...More

Thank promlass
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was so easy to view the stones, walk around, touch them and learn all about them. Once upon a time you could do that at Stonehenge so I hope the Avebury ones never go the way they did so you can’t get up close....More

Thank cincinattigirl
Reviewed 1 week ago

Two years since my last visit... the parking situation is unchanged; the machine still does not take notes or cards but the NT office issued a ticket and I did not need £7 in coins. No sheep or sheep poop but a coachload of German...More

Thank Colin P
Reviewed 1 week ago

This stone circle is amazing. Thrilled that a family member told us to visit. Lots of great opportunities to understand the area.

Thank Jacqueline B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited here on the spur of the moment and the stones and walk were very nice. It was a pleasant place to attend and the walk was very pleasant. The facilities were good. The only issue is that the parking was not very easy...More

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29 May 2018|
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Response from Nancy-Marie-Rivard | Reviewed this property |
There aren’t any guided tours at Avebury (to my knowledge) provided by the National Trust however, you can pick up a free map at the car park and/or print the self guided tour from the internet. Have a look around the... More
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Liberty V
17 April 2017|
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Response from Joan W | Reviewed this property |
We went without any pre planning or a map. But you can get them off the internet. Just the atmosphere is wonderful. We went on one of the guided tours which was excellent. As someone has said the site is really quite small... More
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27 February 2017|
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Response from daneellard | Reviewed this property |
The Stagecoach 49 to Devizes runs hourly from the Bus Station a few hundred yards from the Rail Station. It stops outside the Red Lion Pub in Avebury. Why not use Google Maps to plan the journey and perhaps visit... More
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