In re-erecting many of the stones, Alexander Keiller uncovered the true wonder of one of the most important megalithic monuments in Europe. His fascinating finds are on display in the Stables Gallery of the Alexander Keiller Museum and include the following and much more:
Animals from Windmill Hill
Animal skeletons on display in the Stables Gallery are around 5,500 years old. One dog skeleton shows the early bond between dogs and humans.
Flint tools used 4,000 years ago
People used flint as their main source of making knives, scrapers, drill and arrowheads, we have a lovely display of early Prehistoric flint tools here.
The Neolithic was when people first started using pottery to store and cook their food in, some of the earliest pottery can be seen here.