Built in several stages between about 3000 and 2000 BCE, Stonehenge is a circle of massive megaliths that weigh many tons, fit together perfectly, and are aligned with the stars.
Milestone Opposite Stonehenge
Milestone Near Junction with A303(T)
Milestone c. 850 M E of Longbarrow Roundabout
Drowning sluices for West Amesbury water meadows. C18 or early C19. Limestone.
Merion Cottage and Attached Cottage to E (The Chalkhouse Cottage)
Row of 4 or 5 cottages, now two dwellings. C18 and C19. Chalk block laced and quoined in brick, extended in chalk, flint and brick.
Wall Between Row of Cottages and W Amesbury House
Garden wall linking row of cottages including Merion Cottage (q.v.) with West Amesbury House (q.v.). Probably C18 or early C19. Brick in garden wall bond, approximately 2m high with one offset above soldier course and horizontal brick coping.
Stables to W Amesbury House
Stables and coach house. Late C17-early C18. Flemish bond brickwork with tiled roof.
West Amesbury House
House, C15, C17, altered in C18 and remodelled in early C20 by Detmar Blow. Flint and limestone chequerwork with stone quoins. Tiled roofs.
Garden Wall to Rear of W Amesbury House
Gate Piers and Gates Opposite W Amesbury House
Gate piers and gates opposite axis of West Amesbury House (q.v.). Late C17 or C18. Limestone.
Garden Walls to N of W Amesbury House
Walls forming north, east and south boundaries to east garden of house. C17 to C19. Wall to road approximately 66m long, 4m high, of flint with stone coping and raking buttresses.
Parsonage Cottage; The Parsonage
Lilac Cottage; Wilsford Cottage
Milestone c. 100 M S of Longbarrow Roundabout at Junction with A303
The Red House
Loder Monument in Churchyard, c. 5 to 7 M SW of W Tower, Church of St Michael
Grey Monument in Churchyard, c. 12 M SW of Tower, Church of St Michael
Two Monuments in Churchyard, c. 3 to 5 M W of W Tower, Church of St Michael