These sights are all further away from the base in Glastonbury and will require a full day for a visit.
If you are interested in other sites, which are not mentioned here, please contact me with your request, and it may well be arranged.

Avenbury
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Avebury
The largest stone-circle in the world, encompassing two inner circles with the Cove and an obelisk, set in a landscape very rich in standing stones and megalithic sites, the Avenue to the Sanctuary and numerous barrows and dolmens, within sight of the ancient Ridgeway. Dating back 4000 years. Here you can walk and touch the Stones and explore the different settings.
The Alexander Keiller Museum and the Great Barn has an entrance fee.
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Silbury Hill
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Silbury Hill
The largest manmade hill in Europe which original purpose is still disputed. It was covered in shining limestone, and often surrounded by waters from the Kennet river. No access to go onto the hill
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   The West Kennet Long Barrow
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West Kennet Long Barrow
Impressive Long Barrow set high on the ridge, presumably the first ceremonial structure in the Avebury complex. Access to the inner chambers. Aligned to the sunrise at the Equinox’es, but huge stones were set to block the entrance at the end of its use
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wallowhead Springs and the Kennet river
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Swallowhead Springs and the Kennet river
Delightful spot, the birth of a sacred river, the Kennet River, this spring is sacred and has healing properties at its source. In later years it has been dry for periods.
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   Uffington White Horse
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Uffington White Horse
Britain’s oldest chalk horse figure and maybe the most elegant, high on the hillside overlooking the land; the best view has to be from above.
Dragon Hill just below has a barren chalky surface, where reputedly St. George slew the Dragon, thus poisoned the ground with its blood.

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Uffington Castle and Ridgeway
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Uffington Castle and Ridgeway
Hill-fort overlooking a wide landscape, just above the White Horse, possibly late Bronze Age, about 800 B.C.
The Ridgeway is an ancient track-way leading across England from The Wash to Axmouth in Devon; passing many prehistoric sacred sites, from here it runs down past Avebury.
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   Wayland Smithy
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Wayland Smithy (long barrow)
A big long-barrow with access to the interior, Neolithic, dated to about 3500 B.C. Close to the prehistoric Ridgeway.
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Rollright Stones
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Rollright Stones
The Kings Men stone circle is 38 Druids Cubit across also called megalithic yards, consisting of now 77 very weathered stones, dated to 2500-2000 B.C.
The Whispering Knights are the remnants of a dolmen or long barrow from app. 3000 B.C.
A monolith across the road, The King Stone, standing lonesome and twisted, its origin is uncertain.
Small entrance fee.
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Cerne Giant
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Cerne Giant
Unique chalk figure carved into the chalk bedrock of the hillside, the largest in Britain, 180 feet high. Reputedly a fertility sight.
The village has a ruined abbey and a holy well.
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   Dorchester and Maiden Castle
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Dorchester and Maiden Castle
Maumbury Rings started life as a Neolithic henge, became a Roman Amphitheatre and last as artillery-fort in the 1600’s. The earthwork is clearly visible, but no stones.
Maiden Castle is the largest Iron-age hill-fort in Europe, though the first settlements date back to about 3000 B.C. Just to the west of Dorchester.
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Dorset Stones and sacred sites
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Dorset Stones and sacred sites
Nine Stones just outside Winterbourne Abbas is a delightful little stone circle.
The Grey Mare and her colts.
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Dartmoor
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Dartmoor
This vast moor-land is home to a number of stone circles and the more unusual stone rows, which you will find while trekking across windswept Tors and swampy valleys. You can also find old settlements, clapper bridges, mill-sites and secret groves. Ponies are often visiting the roadside.
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   Bodmin Moor
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Bodmin Moor
The most brooding of the moors, unless you chose a sunny day. A rugged landscape of stony outcrops, granite tors and huge windswept expanses, much covered in heather. Rich in bronze age sites, settlements, cairns, stone circles. The Hurlers, the peculiar Cheesewring, Dozmary Pool.
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Tintagel, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur
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Tintagel
Dramatic settlement on a rocky outcrop surrounded by the sea, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur. The ruins visible today are of a Norman castle. Entrance fee.
Merlin’s Cave underneath is accessible only in the right tides and weather conditions.
The village also has a King Arthur’s Hall, decked up to the theme.
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   Boscastle, Rocky Valley and Nectan’s Glen
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Boscastle, Rocky Valley and Nectan’s Glen
Boscastle is a pretty village at the bottom of the valley, most famous for its Witchcraft Museum. Entrance fee.
Rocky Valley is a gorge formed by a river, where is carved two small labyrinth petroglyphs on the rock-face, the only found in England.
St. Nectan’s Glen is a magical pool shaped by a waterfall, the place has a fairy feeling to it. Entrance fee
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Exmoor
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Exmoor
Large moor-land inhabited by sheep and ponies and much wildlife. There are many megaliths strewn around the vast landscape, some set in circles or rows.
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Bridie / St Bridget trail
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Bridie / St Bridget trail
The goddess Bridie has many sites dedicated to her throughout the land, in the West Country she had Bride’s Mound and sites nearer the coast. In Dorset two rivers run out into the sea not far from each other, the Bride and the Brit, both rising from the slopes higher up, where the birthplace of these streams can be located.
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   Healing Wells and Springs
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Healing Wells and Springs
Of these there are many throughout the land, and wherever you choose to go for a tour, if you wish, we can incorporate one or more in the program.
The further out into Cornwall you get, the more are the traditions around honoring the healing wells still alive.
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