Avebury is part of the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site because of its outstanding Neolithic and Bronze age monumental landscape.
The Avebury henge and stone circles are just part of this incredible landscape and it's well worth visiting the sites listed below, not just because of the beautiful locations in which they sit, but also to get a better understanding of the significance of this globally important site.
Enjoy being able to wander amongst the stones at this spectacular stone circle and henge
A gentle stroll up to Windmill Hill is a pleasant way to enjoy the World Heritage Site
A walk along this ancient monument is a special experience, whatever the weather
Enjoy a gentle stroll up to the West Kennet Long Barrow, take in the views then enter the dark chambers of the tomb
The mysterious structure of The Sanctuary
Imaging building this structure with nothing but cattle bones and determination
The Avebury landscape is littered with Bronze Age round barrows