Opening times for 26 February 2024
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Dogs welcome under close control.
Uneven surfaces around the woods. No toilets on site. Car park with some accessible parking. Dogs welcome but must be kept under control at all times.
on B4019 between Coleshill and Faringdon
Parking: Badbury car park is a National Trust pay and display car park. It costs £4 for all day and £2 for up to two hours. National Trust members park free but are required to scan their National Trust membership card in order to receive a free parking ticket for display.
Sat Nav: Use SN7 7NJ for car park - please note as you get nearer the sat nav is not reliable, please use local maps and signage
Swindon 10 miles
NCN45, 10 miles. Regional Route 40: Oxfordshire Cycleway
An ancient woodland, famed for its bluebells and beech trees, with remnants of an Iron Age fort dating from 600 BC.
Whether on a solitary walk or visiting with friends and family, find out what wildlife and historical features you can spot at Badbury and how to try some calming forest bathing.
Enjoy the annual spring carpet of bluebells at Badbury’s Iron Age hillfort and find out how you can take steps to protect the display for future years.
Enjoy a short walk through the National Trust woodlands close to Badbury Hill, near Coleshill in Oxfordshire. Here you will see a large Iron Age hillfort, which in the Dark Ages may have been a key battle site between ancient Celtic people of Britain and the encroaching Anglo-Saxons, and an almost forgotten firing range, used to prepare Britain's secret resistance fighters for invasion during the Second World War.
Badbury Hill is an area of woodland with great views of the Thames flood plain to the north and the historic market town of Faringdon to the east.
The remains of an Iron Age hill fort from about 600BC are close to the car park in Badbury Clump, famous for its beech trees and bluebells.
The woodland paths and trails are perfect for family adventures and play.