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I was on my way back to Amesbury from Andover Iron Age Museum when I spotted the sign for Danesbury which I had just been reading about. I decided to go and see where all the artifacts had been found. The fort itself is made...More
Spend a couple of hours here last weekend while visiting family in nearby Andover. With it being a beautiful day it was perfect for taking in views of the surrounding area. We had the dogs with us and they were in their element running up...More
I live a short distance and regularly visit this place. It is brilliant for walking and dog friendly but be mindful of the wild ponies wandering around. Very impressive fort although not much to see in terms of an actual attraction, there are information boards...More
We went here for a picnic with friends and children. Unless you want a long walk up, don't be fooled by parking in the bottom car park - drive up the road to the larger second one. Good to have toilets on site, if very...More
The site itself is located off the road, along a track, with two free car parks - one at the bottom of the hill and one much nearer the top. Beware if you use the post-code that your sat-nav may not be totally accurate!
Huge earth walls, how amazing they must have looked at the time it was lived in.
A great walk, interesting history, free, inspiring views. If you like any of this sort of stuff, then go here.
We went to the museum in Andover and watched...More