Part of the large circle of standing stones which is contained inside the henge - a huge circular di
The Avenue, originally consisting of around 100 pairs of standing stones, formed a winding 2km ritua
Walking on top of the bank which runs around the outside of the large stone circle.
Two huge standing stones
Beyond the road are the stones in the South East Sector
The Avenue, originally consisted of around 100 pairs of standing stones, forming a winding 2km ritua
Not so many stones surviving but the scale of the Henge ditch and ridge is clear to see.
Stones 4 to 9 in the South West Sector
Two of the largest and finest stones of the whole monument. The leftmost stone is stone 201 which wa
See a photo of the other face of The Devil's Chair to discover how the stone got its name.
Early 16th century manor house. Viewed here from the east.
Early 16th century manor house. Viewed here from the east. Lavender in full bloom.
Early 16th century manor house. Viewed here from the south east.
Early 16th century manor house. Viewed here from the south.
Students from Southampton and Leicester universities digging in an area where Alexander Keiller susp
Stones 8, 7, 6, 5 and 4 in the South West Sector. The stone to the left is stone 1, the Devil's Chai
South West Sector. Three stones nearer to us left to right stone 101, stone 102 and stone 103. Behin
South West Sector. Left of picture stone 14. The small concrete posts mark positions of missing ston
Stones in the South East Sector.
Stones in the South East sector. The two nearest stones formed part of the inner circle of this sec
Stones in the North East sector. The stone nearest to us is stone 46.
The largest man made mound in Europe!
Large, Neolithic chambered tomb. Built around 3650 BC and used for a time as a burial chamber. Aroun
Left the Devil's Chair (stone 1), Right stone 98.
Part of the outer circle of stones. The small concrete posts mark the positions of missing stones.
Stones in the South East sector.
Large stone in the West Kennet Avenue.
Left of the road is the South West Sector. Right, the South East Sector. Notice the surrounding ditc
Looking down the Avenue... the large stone circle is behind us.
Part of the West Kennet Avenue, Avebury.
Looking towards the large stone circle. The Avenue, originally consisted of around 100 pairs of stan
Stones in the North West sector. Stone 31, nearest to us, was used for grinding stone axes before i
Stones 30 to 34 (left to right) in the North West sector. Stone 31 was used for grinding stone axes
Stones 31 to 34 (left to right) in the North West sector. Stone 31 was used for grinding stone axes
Stones 32 to 36 (left to right) in the North West sector. In the distance are stones 44 and 46
The stone to the left is known as the Devil's Chair.
The Red Lion was first licensed in 1802 and is famous for its 86ft deep well which dates back to the
Situated just outside the stone circle.
Situated near Avebury Manor and the Stone Circle.
Situated near Avebury Stone Circle.
Just a short walk from Avebury Stone Circle
Like many of the other stones this one (stone 16) had been felled and buried in the 13th or 14 centu
Two of the outer circle of stones in the South West Sector.
Part of the outer circle of stones in the South West Sector.
Part of the outer circle of stones in the South West Sector. Hide and seek is a popular pastime here
A number of the standing stones had been felled and buried hundreds of years ago. When this stone wa
Most of the stones in this sector were excavated and re-erected in their original positions by Keill
The two large stones which form the entrance to the circle were left standing when many of the other
A very pleasant walk, alongside the uppermost reaches of the river, links Avebury Stone Circle, Silb
A great walk up to the White Horse and the Monument, Cherhill Down.
A great walk up to the White Horse and the Monument (just visible in the distance), Cherhill Down.
Windmill Hill is a great place to take in the Wiltshire countryside.
St Nicholas, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF5 6SU. Home of the Cory family who made their wealth through the c
Near Dorking Surrey. Set within the Surrey Hills. The home of Margaret Greville.
Bringsty, near Bromyard, Herefordshire, WR6 5TB. Built for the Dumbleton family more than 600 years
Rotherfield Greys, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 4PG
Waddeston, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP18 0JH. Built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to dis
Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7QY. Nine picturesque cottages designed by John Nash in 1809 for Blaise Estat
Mapleton Road, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1PS. Winston Churchills family home.
Near Plymouth, Devon. Set in a rolling landscape park, overlooking the River Plym.
Near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Built as a grandstand for watching deer-coursing in the 17th centu
Near Bath, South Gloucestershire, SN14 8HY. Ancient parkland with extensive views, 17th-century hous
Wraxall, Bristol, North Somerset, BS48 1NX. Gothic country house and estate.
School Road, Hanbury, Droitwich Spa, Worcester, WR9 7EA. A William and Mary style country house, gar
St Dominick, near Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6TA. Little changed since Tudor times.
Sherborne St John, near Basingstoke, Hampshire. 17th-century family home, set in gardens, woodlands
Near Mere, Wiltshire, BA12 6QF. The house was one of the first in the country to be built in the Pal
Near Mere, Wiltshire, King Alfred’s Tower is a 160ft (49m) high folly, designed by Henry Flitcroft
Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12 7PZ. Masses of wild garlic in the grounds of a T
Near Chippenham, Wiltshire. Once a nunnery, in the 19th century the home of William Henry Fox Talbot
Near Reading, Berkshire.
Near High Green, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 9DW. Grounds great for walking. House with a fascina
Near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DW. Neoclassical mansion by Henry Holland set in 'Capability' B