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Avebury, Avebury

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • Avebury has everything - stone circles, manor house, church, museum, all in one small village and most of it is free of charge. East to get to by car with large car-park (Free to NT/EH members) Forget...  read more »
  • We were passing Avebury, on our way to Salisbury. We needed a bite to eat and a coffee and had seen this remarkable place on a television programme recently and decided it fitted our needs. We love pl...  read more »
  • Small local town there is a henge shop basically a henge everything even henge vets LOL they are rather proud the locals. Nice stroll 
  • Great village to visit.. Has a nice spiritual feel to it. The history of stones was so interesting and being able to touch them was a bonus. Lots of interesting walks. Local people are friendly..Will be visiting again.
  • I love Avebury. Having the village in amongst the circle, and being able to walk around and actually touch the stones is wonderful. Worth a visit whatever the season, though does get very muddy at times. Can get busy on summer weekends, but even then it always seems to feel surprisingly peaceful. There's plenty of scope for walking further afield and exploring the countryside as well. Has a couple of shops, a good pub, museum and manor. Free parking for English Heritage and National Trust members.
  • Avebury is the sort of place that makes you feel different, special. It all started with the drive, that took me through English country and so the mood was quite high. The expectations were fully and dully fulfilled. It all started from the car park. We paid a small fee to have access to the entire site. The stones incite your imagination as there is no clear explanation on why are they there and the nature is overwhelming. I will go back as there are plenty of wheat fields and I believe they are quite a view when they are golden...
  • What a lovely village. Totally free and so much better then Stonehenge and has more history to it too. Great point of visit, disable friendly all around. Great views, lots of places to eat. Can be a whole day destination for the whole family. A++++++
  • Fantastic place. Great attraction, village is awesome. Exceptional day out. Better than Stonehenge (srsly)
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