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Stonehenge Landscape Walk – May 2020: POSTPONED

This event has been postponed and ticket holders contacted.

Learn more about the objects and people from the time of Stonehenge and the landscape they inhabited: a guided tour of the amazing collections of the Wiltshire Museum, followed by a guided walk from Durrington Walls to Stonehenge.

This full day tour is led by Museum Director, David Dawson. The day begins with coffee at the Museum at 10.30am, followed by a guided tour of the Prehistoric Wiltshire Galleries. After a light lunch at the Museum (included in the price) we will travel to Durrington for the start of the walk. Do let us know if you do not have your own car, or will be travelling via public transport.

The walk will take approximately 3.5 hours. The route passes the Cuckoo Stone, a megalithic standing stone, before following the Apple Track – a WW1 light railway. The route then passes the prehistoric Cursus, before passing the Bronze Age barrows of Kings Barrow ridge. The walk does not include a visit to the monument itself. Please contact us for more information. On the day we will arrange car sharing between the car parks at Woodhenge and the Stonehenge Visitor Centre at the end of the walk.

Stout footwear, protective clothing to suit the prevailing weather conditions and reasonable mobility will be required. Stonehenge Walk_details of the day_160520

£40 (£35 WANHS members). Booking essential. No dogs.

Dates for 2020:
Saturday 16 May
Monday 7 September

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