More information could be displayed entrance is on a junction dont park at the entrance just upset the locals.
I was expected a wooden round table but instead, I found more than I bargain for. One has to walk around the place to get the feel of it. The plague with description and history helps a lot. Thankfully, not many cow dungs or sheep poops here.
King Arthurs Round Table is circular earthwork bounded by a ditch and an outer bank. Near by attractions are Millennium Stone and Mayburgh henge. The site has nothing whatever to do with the legendary king it is named after. A combined trip to Castlerigg stone circle is possible in a day.
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