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Rollright Stones

Chipping Norton, England
+44 370 333 1181
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Believed to date from 3000BC, this is one of the most famous stone circles in the British Isles, which consists of a stone circle (The King’s Men,) a standing stone (The King Stone,) and a burial chamber (The Whispering knights.)
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Chipping Norton, England
+44 370 333 1181
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you're looking for Stonehenge, forget it. But if you're looking for an easy and intimate prehisoric site where you can get amongst the historic relics, 'tis the place. The views over Long Compton and towards Stratford are spectacular. Don't forget the honesty box.....

Thank Anthony P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just how old these stones are no is quite sure, although a reasonable stab has been made. The burial chamber and King's Stone are good, but the real treasure is the Stone Circle. Tradition has it they are the king and his courtiers frozen by...More

1  Thank KevinSadler2364
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Easily missed but fascinating back story as to how they came about. Not everyone's cup of tea I'm sure but for those of us who love to know something about our history, it's very good.

Thank Finchy40
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Discovered the existence of the stones by accident . Looked them up online and saw they were nearby to the Cotswold Falconry centre where we were going and decided that as it was nearby to have a look. Delighted that we did . They are...More

1  Thank prw1970
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

a much smaller version of Stonehenge but very interesting all the same. If you are passing its well worth stopping to have a look round, its free of charge

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This amazing group of stones is simply sitting in a field. You're able to walk through them, touch them--unlike Stonehenge.

Thank Wanderlist777
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

A bit disappointing to see rubbish left in the lay-by. Some people were still camping following Solstice. We walked the three areas which are in a lovely rural setting. I felt a bit disappointed having seen the Avebury Stones which I'd definitely recommend.

Thank Anita G
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

The Rollright Stones were recommended to us from a local. We actually had to go out of our way to visit this place, which is a 10 minute visit maximum. They're a nice set of stones, but that's it. Entry is on the side of...More

Thank KM C
Reviewed 3 June 2017

The stones are in an open field with a pleasant walk between them. Worth a visit to see stones that date back thousands of years.

Thank Autraliantraveller
Reviewed 28 May 2017

The Rollright Stones is a group of 3 ancient stone monuments, lesser known than Stonehenge but older and so accessible. They are right beside the road, in a field, and you can see them after giving a small donation and entering the gate. The oldest...More

1  Thank twodillmans
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