A 16th-century, Grade II–listed dovecote.
St James Church
A stout church with Saxon and Norman features.
Avebury Stone Circle
With a diameter of 348m, Avebury is the largest stone circle in the world. It's also one of the oldest, dating from 2500 to 2200 BC....
Having a pint here means downing a drink at the only pub in the world inside a stone circle. Food (mains £8 to £16) is served noon to...
A veggie and wholefoods cafe on the fringes of Avebury's stone circle that serves homemade quiches and cakes, chunky sandwiches and...
Avebury Manor information
The mother of all makeovers at this 16th-century manor house used original techniques and materials to recreate interiors spanning five periods. Being hands-on is encouraged here, so now you can sit on beds, play billiards and listen to the gramophone in rooms that range from Tudor, through Georgian to the 1930s. Visits are by timed ticket only; arrive early to bag a slot.
In the garden, the topiary and box hedges create a series of rooms that inspired Vita Sackville-West, creator of Sissinghurst gardens in Kent.