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Reviewed May 12, 2019

Only living 15min drive from Avebury this place is a fav of mine to go, the sun way out and warm, so we went to walk round the stones and go for a pint across the road at The Red Lion.

The toilets gift shop and info (run by the national trust) is across the road before you enter where the stones are. There is limited car park and if your not a NT member it will cost a little to park

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 7, 2019

Interesting and in a lovely location. The village is quaint and the walks around the stones give some amazing views. Lots to see in the house and museum.
Dog friendly / kids can climb the stones too it seems. Really good to be able to get up close too. Amazing sunsets in the area too. Went on Bank Holiday Monday & there were Morris Dancers.
Pay to park £7.00 all day or £4.00 > 4PM unless you are National Trust member in which case its free. Parking spaces are a bit tight & there is overflow parking in a few areas
I re-joined the NT on site - as we have moved close by and there are lots of NT properties in the area. Shall definitely return as dog friendly.

Recommended - eat in the Pub in the village or close by or take a pic-nic.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 7, 2019 via mobile

We have wanted to see this area for years and were delighted to finally visit. The landscape with its stones and pretty small village in its centre did not disappoint. The stones along with many more Neolithic sites nearby are unique in England and are certainly worth taking time to walk around. It is very popular and parking is in the National Trust car park which is free to members but otherwise a fee is payable. The stones within the earthworks are interesting and a circular walk around them is easy to follow.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 5, 2019 via mobile

This is a lovely spot and full of history. Parking was a bit tight but it was a bank holiday. Loaded of space to walk about. Museum and gallery to take it all in from. We walked the Manor House gardens but ran out of time to visit the Manor. Maybe next time.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed April 29, 2019

In many ways more impressive than Stonehenge, and such a lot to see. It's great to get up close and walk amongst and indeed touch the stones, also a beautiful picturesque village with pub, church, manor house and museum barn. Easily enough for a half day, or perhaps a full day.
If you enjoy walking and exploring our history, a 5 mile circuit also taking in Silbury Hill and West Kennet Long Barrow makes a full and fine day!

Date of experience: April 2019
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