Facilities & access


  • Enjoy local, seasonal food at the Circle Café
  • Buy a memento of your visit at the shop, including a range of locally sourced giftware
  • Pay & display parking, 500 yards from stone circle (off A4361). National Trust and English Heritage members park free. Note: parking during the Summer Solstice in late June may be limited. Overnight parking prohibited
  • Dogs on leads are welcome
  • Two holiday cottages are situated in the village of Avebury: Fishlock's Cottage and Isobel's Cottage
  • Picnic area
  • Information trailer in car park, information panels and leaflets

Family & children

  • Hands-on interactives in the Alexander Keiller Museum's Barn Gallery
  • Children's crafts and activity areas in the Barn Gallery, including Bronze Age dressing-up
  • Pushchairs and baby back-carriers admitted
  • Family fun trails, events and activities
  • Suitable for school groups. Education room on site - please book in advance
  • Children's meals, homemade cakes and picnic food are available at the Circle Café
  • Baby-changing facilities


  • Separate parking, 200 yards. Drop-off point
  • Museum galleries and Manor are accessible with ramped entrances
  • Accessible toilets located behind Barn Gallery
  • Only parts of the stone circle are accessible due to slopes. Some cobbles and undulating terrain in the old farmyard
  • The Manor Garden has accessible pathways but they can be uneven due to the nature of the original surfaces. Garden contains some steps, grass and pathways, which may become slippery on wet days

Avebury Access Statement

Visitors at Avebury Manor, Wiltshire © NTPL/Arnhel de Serra

Visitors at Avebury Manor, Wiltshire

Some areas of Avebury can be challenging for those with mobility problems, especially the stone circle. Read our access statement to find out more detailed information about Avebury stone circle, the Manor, museum galleries and our other facilities in the Old Farmyard.