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Durrington Walls

Amesbury, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice place to have a wander if you have time to spend. There is no visible sign of "Durrington Walls" but you can get a picture in your head with the help of the Heritage sign posts. It's also a 1 minute walk across the...More

Thank adz1637
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

View in conjunction with woodhenge visit. Panels explain some history, but more info on line. Amazing history of the workers who lived here and probably built Stonehenge

Thank asterix_et_oblelix
Reviewed 21 April 2017

The vast "walls" are very impressive, and even with the information on several panels (all text in English only), it is difficult to fully appreciate what the area would have looked like when they were first built. As with so many of the landscape's structures,...More

Thank stroll_along
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Durrington Walls is a hidden gem. You need to do some research before your visit as it's not obvious. Best to park at Woodhenge.

Thank Bruce E
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Asked my colleagues what the walls were about and they explained so it gave me the chance to go and explore, was interesting place and views

Thank EAN44
Reviewed 26 February 2017

It is on a truly large scale, and definitely a wo moment when you look across the bowl with earthworks around the top edge of it. Its right next to Woodhenge and the Cuckoo stone is in the field nearby too, so you can see...More

Thank Jonathan H
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Very interesting historical site which has had an archaeological dig going on for two weeks. National Trust volunteers have been on hand to give information or answer any questions. The dig comes to an end on Friday 12th August.

Thank Norma M
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Durrington Walls is one of the largest henge features existing. Superficially it now is “just” an embankment area but there is lot more under the surface. The whole site is accessible land, best taken from Woodhenge. There are excellent panorama boards at key spots to...More

Thank PMQuestions
Reviewed 8 September 2016

You'll automatically tick this attraction off when you visit Woodhenge and the Cuckoo Stone. It's a place of beauty, great walks and tranquility for those wishing to walk for a few hours across country. Just be mindful of the presents left behind by the grazing...More

Thank Ben W
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Not sure if this would have been particularly interesting without the dig going on at the time we visited. TBH didn't know enough about it before we went there and there doesn't seem to be an awful lot to see apart from Woodhenge in the...More

Thank palmar466
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