Landscape walk - East of Avebury circuit
This guided walk takes you out of the stone circle towards the Ridgeway, taking in prehistoric round barrows before returning by the Avenue.
- Booking essential
The National Trust guide will help you to unlock the past by explaining the history of the landscape as you walk. As a World Heritage Site, the archaeologically rich landscape of Avebury has long been recognised as holding the key to our past. You can discover more of the landscape's history on this walk of around two miles which takes in part of Avebury stone circle, prehistoric round barrows and West Kennet Avenue. With beautiful vistas and wide open skies you can also enjoy the stunning scenery.
Event ticket prices
- Booking details
- Call 0344 2491895
- This walk is more suitable for adults.
- Meeting point
- Go to the Visitor Reception in the Great Barn to meet your guide.
- What to bring and wear
- Wear suitable clothing for a walk outdoors and sturdy shoes.
- The walk will include some slopes and rough ground. Not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.
- Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome, there may be livestock along the route. The walk is about two miles long and regular stops will be taken to talk about features in the landscape.