Avebury and Stonehenge Landscape – the bigger picture

If you want to get a sense of how truly extraordinary Avebury is there are two ways of doing it. One is to see it from the air and the other is to take a tour with one of our fantastic volunteer stone circle guides. Now you can combine the two as stone circles guide Mike Robinson accompanies you on a bird’s eye journey around the henge.

Our stone circles guides are out in all weathers, year round, sharing their passion for Avebury, its archaeology and the people who’ve helped reveal its story. So when you next visit why not pop along to the Barn Gallery of the Museum and book yourself onto a tour?

But if its the Stonehenge Landscape that has you hooked, fear not, our dedicated team of volunteer guides offer year round landscape walks there too.

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About Dr Nick

Dr Nick Snashall is Archaeologist for Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. She is fascinated by prehistoric stones, large and small, and their potential for unlocking the secrets of our past. Nick is co-director of Living with Monuments (an AHRC funded research project aiming to address our lack of knowledge of Neolithic settlement and non-monumental activity through targetted fieldwork and archival research into the Avebury region) and Ground -Truthing Stonehenge’s ‘Superhenge’: excavations at Durrington Walls (Current Archaeology's 2017 Research Project of the Year)

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