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.
This is an opportunity to discover more of Wiltshire's iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy beautiful open spaces and challenge yourself to complete all twelve walks at our landscape sites.
To mark the 100 year anniversary of women first gaining the right to vote in Britain, this year at Avebury we'll be bringing to light the contributions made by female archaeologists working here in the 20th century.
Relax in the stunning setting of Avebury Manor garden as you take part in a rejuvenating outdoor yoga session with a local instructor . Parking in the main visitor car park is free for event attendees.
Nicola Ford is the pen name for Dr Nick Snashall, National Trust archaeologist for Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. Nicola will be reading from and signing her debut novel The Hidden Bones which is published this June.
Curate your own miniature museum display using objects we've collected or something you've brought along with you .Decide how to display these objects and what you'd like to say about them by creating your own labels.
The Waden Hill circuit takes in some of the Neolithic monuments which make up this ancient and intriguing landscape. The volunteer guide will help you to unlock their past by explaining the history of the landscape as you walk.
Discover some of nature's wild food secrets on this half-day foraging course with Fred Gillam. You'll be able to enjoy walking through the Avebury landscape as Fred teaches you how to identify plants growing in our hedgerows, fields and woods.
The East of Avebury circuit heads out of the stone circle towards the Ridgeway, taking in prehistoric round barrows before returning by the Avenue. The volunteer guide will help you unlock the history of the landscape as you walk.
Why not visit Avebury and celebrate the apple harvest with us? We will be paying homage to this special fruit with apple tastings, apple pressing and children's activities in the Orchard at Avebury Manor.
The Tea-room at Avebury Manor is the perfect place to treat yourself to a traditional afternoon tea. The period-style atmosphere complete with books and mismatched china makes this a memorable experience for all.
Find festive cheer at Avebury as you discover the story of Saint Nicholas. From his origins in Turkey to his transformation into the modern day Santa Claus, explore the traditions and stories associated with this much loved Christmas character.
Nothing says 'Christmas is here' like putting up a home-made wreath on your front door. Enjoy this workshop with a professional florist and craft your own festive wreath using natural greenery. Parking and lunch included.
Join one of the Christmas tours of Avebury Manor and you can discover the story of Saint Nicholas while admiring the house decorated for the festive season. Free parking and a delicious cream tea included.