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Glastonbury Tor

Wellhouse Lane, Glastonbury, Sommerset, England - BA6 8BJ
Glastonbury Tor is a conical hill that rises from the Somerset Levels and dominates the landscape above the town.  (Tor is a local word of Celtic origin which means hill or rocky outcrop.)  It is…

Parys Mountain Copper Mine

B5111, Almwch, Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom, LL68 9RE
Parys Mountain, located south of the town of Almwch in north east Anglesey off the Welsh coast, is the site of what was at one time the most important copper mine in the world.  Mining…

Ilkley Moor

Hangingstone Road, Ilkley, Yorkshire, England, UK, LS29 8BT
Ilkley Moor is a mysterious and beautiful section of the expansive Rombalds Moor between Ilkley and Keighley in Yorkshire. Millions of years ago, the moor was at sea-level, often being flooded and having sediment deposited…

Howden Moor

Car Park, Ladybower Reservoir, (Off) A57 Snake Rd, Bamford, Derbyshire, UK, S33 0AX
Howden Moor is up high in the wilds of the Peak District to the west of Sheffield in northern Derbyshire. Over the past twenty years, the area has been a source of much controversy. The…

The Four Stones

Adam's Hill (Road), Clent, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England UK, DY9 9PS
Perched near the summit of the Clent Hills, The Four Stones are one of the most mysterious places in the region.  At sunset, particularly on a frosty winter’s evening, they radiate an aura of Neolithic…

Cherhill White Horse

A4 (road), Calne, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, SN11 8XY
The 'white horse' is one of the most remarkable sites for any visitor to 'Thomas Hardy' country.  Located on Cherhill Down, 3.5 miles east of the town of Calne in Wiltshire, the White Horse dates…

Chesterton Windmill

Windmill Hill Lane, Chesterton Green, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, CV33 9LB
Considered to be one of the most important and famous landmarks of Warwickshire, this extraordinary building was originally constructed in 1632, thus making it the oldest stone windmill in Britain. It is believed to have…

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Eleventrees Road, Keswick, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, CA12 4RN
Castlerigg stone circle is located near the town of Keswick and is considered to be one of the best megalithic monuments in Northern England.  At the centre of a natural amphitheatre is offers magnificent views…

Badbury Rings Hill Fort

Blanford Road, Shapwick, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, DT11 9JL
Badbury Rings is an Iron Age hillfort first constructed around 800 BC. Located near Shapwick, it's where two ancient Roman roads once intersected and is reputed to be the site of the legendary battle fought…

Avebury Stone Circles

High Street, Avebury, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, SN8 1RF
The Avebury Neolithic stone circles are actually larger than Stonehenge and just as mysterious. Dating back to 2600 BC, the complex comprises of the main circles, cove, two ceremonial avenues and numerous barrows, tumuli's and…

Arthur’s Stone

Arthur's Stone Lane, Dorstone, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom, HR3 6AX
This is a neolithic dolmen from an ancient burial chamber and dates back to around 3000BC. It is estimated that the capstone weighs 25 tonnes. In folklore it's believed to mark the place where the…

Conisbrough Castle

Castle Hill (Road), Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, DN12 3BU
Most likely built by Hamelin de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, during the 12th century, Conisbrough Castle has been at the heart of British politics during the turbulent times of both the 'Anarchy' and the War…


Stonehenge Centre, A344 Road, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England, UK, SP4 7DE
Stonehenge is Britain's most important ancient monument and has been recognised as such throughout history. It's certainly one of the UK's most important tourist destinations and attracts about 900,000 visitors every year (*1) generating about…

Beacon Hill Toposcope

Monument Lane, Lickey (Hills) Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, B45 9QQ
Perched on the top of Beacon Hill in the north of Worcestershire is the unusual Toposcope Fort. It is 11 miles southwest of Birmingham and is 298 metres (978 ft) above sea level. It offers…

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