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From the Stonehenge circle we walked across the fields to Woodhenge and these durrington walls. A public road also leads to these areas. There is little to see, but there is a sing board explaining the possible origen of the place as being a village...More
While the earthen banks and walls are all that can be seen it is well worth the visit to gain understanding and perspective of the Stonehenge landscape. Close by is Woodhenge so you get two sites in one visit. Based on the weather, it makes...More
We visited Durrington Walls as part of a private day tour that included stops at Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle, Lockeridge Dene, West Kennet Long Barrow, Woodhenge, and Silbury Hill. We felt these stops helped give us context and a better understanding of the time period....More
Not worth making a special trip for but if you're visiting Stonehenge then it would be good to go a few miles extra to see Durrington Walls.
This is another neolithic monument - a large circular earthen work, just next to Woodhenge. Impressive but not...More
Walls? Well there are no obvious walls to speak of. There is a walk that is recommended, leaflets describing where to go, and the information is very interesting. I understand more is being discovered ongoing. Earth shattering history.
I drive past these every day on way to/ from work. I have walked over them, I have flown a model plane around them. Only recently were the walls actually ‘discovered’ and the importance realised. Every week it seems, new information is turning up. Was...More
This is easy to miss and can be seen from the small car park for Woodhenge, and is also free, there is an information board showing the full extent of the walls as almost half has been farmed away! Amazing to think that there were...More