This place has a great prehistoric grave, as well as an excellent old church and an interesting bunker. The bunker is dedicated to the prisoners of war during WW2 and telling their story. The passage grave itself is small, but well excavated. The museum is nothing special but worth a look. When I last went here they hadn't opened for the season, but we were kindly allowed to look around the site, but couldn't go into the grave, the bunker or the museum. It's a nice place to go, and there's also a house on the site which was made in the way neolithic man would have made theirs by local families (including mine :D) which is really fun (it's been there for a while, as I was a smallish child when we made that)! If you are interested in history, it's well worth the visit, in my mind.
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