Visiting the museum

Museum entrance, stone building viewed through trees

We're delighted to welcome visitors back to the museum where you'll find all sorts of interesting information that will enhance your visit to the stone circles.

The museum

We're very pleased to be able to open the Stables Gallery of the Alexander Keiller Museum, with its selection of artefacts from all over the Avebury half of the World Heritage Site.  This will give you a greater understanding about the huge earthworks at Avebury (the henge), the stone circles and the avenues, as well as information on the wider landscape and what life was like in the Neolithic and Bronze Age.

The museum is open daily 10am-5pm. 

National Trust members and English Heritage members have free entry.  Non-member tickets are £5 per adult and £2.50 for a child (under 5s entry is free).

There is no need to book to visit the museum; admission is subject to availability at the time.

Keeping safe

The museum is small and we have to limit numbers to allow for social distancing.  Please bring a face covering with you and wear it when visiting the museum, unless exempt, and observe social distancing at all times.  Please do not touch the displays.

Getting here

The Stables Gallery is a 10 minute walk from the main visitor car park and is located in the Old Farmyard.