An opportunity to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors in this iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy these wide open spaces by challenging yourself to complete all eight walks - once done you'll have walked 50km.
Have you ever wanted to dance around the Maypole? At Avebury we'll be celebrating the beginning of May with traditional festivities including Morris Dancing and Maypole Dancing, as well as family craft activities.
The garden team at Avebury work year round, planting and caring for plants which now burst into bloom after the winter months. Soak up these beautiful spring blooms as you explore the Avebury Manor Garden.
During this relaxed workshop with local florist Sue Scott you will be able to choose from a selection of seasonal flowers to create a beautiful floral bouquet which will be yours to take home. A delicious cream tea will welcome you on arrival.
The ancient festival of 'Beltain' marks May Day and the start of summer. Our National Trust Ranger and a local Pagan Celebrant will take you on a 5-mile walk from Avebury along the route of the Beltain Festival procession.
This half-term at Avebury you can celebrate spring blooms with fun family activities. A spotter sheet will have you hunting for flowers or you can take part in daily activities from making a solitary bee hotel to creating a floral crown.
Relax in the stunning setting of Avebury Manor garden as you take part in a rejuvenating outdoor yoga session with local instructor Cheryl Parr. Parking in the visitor car park included. Please check for booking details mid May.