Avebury Henge Places Nearby

Stones Restaurant

Farm building, now restaurant and WCs, attached to south-east end of Great Barn (q.v.) and enclosing former farmyard. Pre 1724, but rebuilt mid C19. Sarsen with Bridgewater tiled roof.

National Trust Shop

Granary, formerly with Manor Farm, now shop. C18-early C19. Sarsen and brick, with brick dressings.

Great Barn

Glebe barn attached to Manor Farm, now Wiltshire Folk Life study centre. Late C17. Timber framed and weatherboarded on stone sills.

Church of St James

Anglican parish church. C10, late C12, C13, C14, C15, 1812 and chancel restored 1879 by R.J. Withers.

West Boundary Wall of Churchyard

Boundary wall between churchyard and rose garden of Avebury Manor. Squared sarsen approximately 1.6m high, with topping of cob and thatched coping. Length approximately 65m returning as walls of rose garden (q.v.).


Lychgate. 1899. Heavy timber framing on limestone base walls, tiled roof.