Trefignath Burial Chamber is a Neolithic chambered tomb constructed in three separate phases, between 3750-2250 B.C. Radiocarbon dating suggests that artefacts found at the site, including pottery shards and flints, date to around 3100 BC.
This has to be one of the easiest neolith sites to access by road as the site is situated almost adjacent to the A55on the Island of Anglesey, Wales.
The standing stones are that remain of what would have been an earth and turf covered barrow. Two large uprights mark the probable entrance to the original chamber. Reports indicate that parts of this megalithic structure were at one time restored using brick.
Trefignath Burial Chambers are in the care of Cadw and the site is open to the public and free to access.
- Address: (Just Off) A55 North Wales Expressway, Trearddur, Anglesey, Wales - LL65 2TR
- GPS: 53.29320686235603,-4.613024668786579
- Phone: N/A
- Part of UK: Wales
- Sat Nav Postcode: LL65 2TR (post code is 384 yards south of Destination)
- Entrance Fees: Free Access
- Disabled Access: Poor
- Visibility from Road: Poor
- Website: http://cadw.gov.wales/daysout/trefignathburialchamber