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Very close to car park, high on Cotswold scarp with great views over the Severn valley. Remains of neolithic tomb from which 13 skeletons have been recovered in the past. Lovely walk around iron age hill fort about 1 mile down the road (roadside parking...More
What a piece of history. No there’s not much to see but the board that is there gives you an idea what it would have been like. It’s right next to a car park, which is free. Well worth the effort to see it.
Having visited nearby Ulley long barrow, we stopped off to see Nympsfield Long Barrow, as it was only a mile down the road.
Unfortunately, its been open exposed and sanitised for the general public after the excavations.
Could be so much better - a shame.
Just down the road from Uley's Long Barrow, sadly part of this place has been destroyed, so it doesn't come into the same class. The top has been removed and little of the chambers remain, hardly surprising, it's 5000 years old. Word of caution, it's...More