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Festival of Archaeology - Badbury Rings guided walk

Join National Trust Archaeologist, Martin Papworth for a two hour walk of Badbury Rings discovering its fascinating history from Neolithic to modern day.

  • Booking essential

As part of the Council of British Archaeology’s Festival of Archaeology, Badbury Rings will be hosting a weekend of events. On Saturday 13 July there is an opportunity to delve into the history of Badbury Rings with experienced National Trust Archaeologist, Martin Papworth. Martin has spent much of his career working on Badbury Rings so can enthral with first-hand stories and experience.

The walk will last approximately two hours in length and pre-booking is essential.

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

Ticket typeTicket category
All Per Person£10.00

The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895

Meeting point

Park at Badbury Rings car park. Located off of B3082. What3Words location - ///plea.wake.truckload

What to bring and wear

This is an ancient monument with uneven ground. Please wear appropriate walking shoes and bring any food and drink that you will need.

Accessibility

Unfortunately, this event is not suitable for those with mobility aids. If you would like to attend and would like to discuss your access requirements, please call 01202 883402.

Other

Only assistance dogs can be welcomed on this walk.

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