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Wiltshire Cask Ale and Brewery Tour in Devizes
"Experience a full insight into the brewery's traditional brewing methods & enjoy a visit steeped in local history & heritage!The award-winning Brewery Tours each last for approximately 2-2.5hrs and begin with an introduction to the brewery's history & heritage hosted in a modern Visitor Centre with a local tour guide (also known as 'beer experts'!)After a steep climb guests are guided through the traditional Victorian Tower Brewery following the gravitational process down through each of the four floors. In complete contrast the next stop is a 21st Century Copper House to see how technology has developed over time. Next you take a short stroll to our on-site Sign Studio where guest you finish the tour with a tutored real ale sampling session where you will try a selection of our hand crafted beers in 'The Harness Room' Bar. Hot/soft drinks are also available if preferred.""""Established in 1875
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Wiltshire Museum Entry Ticket
"In the Wiltshire Museum you are able to see gold from the time of Stonehenge. The award-winning displays feature spectacular treasures dating to the time of Stonehenge and worn by people who worshiped inside the stone circle.The Museum gives you 000 years of Wiltshire’s story are told in the museum's £750000 gallery featuring high quality graphics and leading-edge reconstructions.The Museum offers entertainment for children too: Follow Archie and Ollie on a gallery trail build Stonehenge examine the evidence under a microscope and try on Bronze Age clothes.Quoted as a place that ""breathes life into Stonehenge"" by visitors the Wiltshire Museum is a must-see attraction in Wiltshire before visiting Stonehenge."""
From GBP6.00
 
Private Chauffeured Vehicle to Stonehenge from London
"Board your luxury chauffeur driven Mercedes or similar minivan for a day to remember with your licensed Blue Badge guide who will accompany you from London to Stonehenge. On arrival your Blue Badge guide will take you onto the site where you can enjoy the stones at your leisure with a fascinating guided tour.""""The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is one of the great wonders of the world and has been awarded World Heritage status. Why it was built is a mystery it has been a pagan place of worship an astronomical clock and a Bronze age burial ground. Its origins date back almost 5000 years. Decide for yourself while you discover this unique monument."
From GBP600.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Avebury

Off The Beaten Path

Alexander Keiller Museum & Manor Farm

My family was more interested in the stones than the village, and I did not know anything about the village at the time, except that there was no place for me to sit and rest - a serious shortcoming...
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Stonehenge

Stonehenge was one of the places that I was anxious to visit. My daughter took us there, but she said she liked Avebury better, so after we visited Stonehenge we came here. It is perfectly possible to...
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Stonehenge

One of the most famous prehistoric monuments of England next to Avebury. The megalithic monument is located on the southern part of Salisbury Plain (about 8 miles - 13 kilometres - north of...
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The White Horses

This is the White Horse, located near Avebury, Wiltshire County, England. England is spotted with these white horses cantering over the Wiltshire chalk hills around Avebury and Stonehenge. The...
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Avebury Manor

Juet behind the Alexander Keiller Museum is the manor itself. As most people look at the stones and then possibly the museum, few people realise that the National Heritage also runs this place just...
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Old Sarum and Salisbury

Old Sarum was one of the early places where people lived in this area and the remains there span about 4000 years.. It antedates the Romans. Saxon and Norman both occupied the fort. Constable painted...
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'White Horses'

After finishing up with our exploration of the standing stones in the village of Avebury itself, we drove north a short distance on the A4361 highway toward Swindon and then swung right out an even...
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Stonehenge

Construction of Stonehenge started around 3100 B.C. In 1998 A.D., I was there...and so was the rain. Nevertheless, I got wet so I could look at these big, old, stones. Actually, the stones are roped...
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Silbury Hill

Silbury Hill is the largest, prehistoric, man-made mound in Europe. Construction began around 2750 B.C. It can be found about one mile south of Avebury. And, West Kennet Long Barrow is about a 5-10...
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West Kennet Long Barrow

Built around 3250 B.C. It was used as a burial chamber for a thousand years. You can walk inside where you'll find 5 dark, dank chambers. It's about a 10-15 minute walk from Avebury - not far from...
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Old Sarum

On the bus trip back to Salisbury, I stopped off at the site of Old Sarum. Actually, it was closed by the time I got there - so I climbed over the fence and walked around inside by myself. There's not...
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Winterbourne Monkton, Avebury, SN4 9NW, United Kingdom
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High St, Avebury, Marlborough, Avebury, SN8 1RF, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Avebury

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Avebury Stone Circle

After the thrill of seeing Stonehenge, even from the distance, it was an even greater thrill to visit Avebury and to walk amongst the standing stones. Avebury is a small village built inside a...
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Silbury Hill

This large man-made hill was constructed about 2500-2800 BC It is a mysterious Neolithic monument, the largest prehistoric monument in Europe. It is 40m high and covers 5 and a half acres.. The top is...
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Village

If you like the outdoors, rolling hills and natural beauty there are few places better than Avebury. Arguably more impressive (and interactive) than Stonehenge, as the National Trust websites states,...
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Alexander Keiller Museum

With the same entrance ticket as the above barn, this is a small but much more interesting museum about Avebury. Here you will find skeletons, pottery and other actual finds from the area as well as...
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Cherhill White Horse

Also in the middle of nowhere, near Avebury, you will find the Cherhill White Horse. It is the work of Dr Christopher Alsop of Calne who cut it in 1790. The horse consists of chalk with a concrete...
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West Kennett Long Barrow

We never made it here but it would be stupid of me not to mention this famous monument amongst the Avebury sites. It is a long barrow found between Avebury itself and Silbury Hill and is thought to be...
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"Neverending Sto...nes"
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"Standing Stones of Avebury"
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"Avebury and surrounding area"
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"AVEBURY - THE MAJOR GOES MYSTICAL!"
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"Low Key Pre-History"
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