Farleigh Hungerford Castle
This beautiful ruin of a 14th-century castle is set in the middle of the tranquil Wiltshire countryside, However, the castle holds a dramatic and tumultuous past that includes wealth, scandal, murder, imprisonment, debt and finally ruin.
3 Miles from Bradford on Avon
Visit the English Heritage Website HERE to find out more information about visiting Farleigh Hungerford Castle
Braton Camp and White Horse
Bratton Camp’s defenses were originally built over 2000 years ago to protect a settlement containing roundhouses, granaries, stores, and workshops.
The famous White Horse of Westbury is visible from far and wide and is famous to our local landscape, it is suggested that the horse was originally cut into the landscape in 1600s to commemorate the supposed battle of Ethandun in AD 878
These days you can take a lovely walk along the chalk grasslands that provides habitat for a wide range of insects including some rare species.
Visit the English Heritage Website HERE to find out more information about visiting Bratton Camp and White Horse.
Nunney Castle dates back to 1370’s and was built by Sir John de la Mare a local knight who was in royal favour, unfortunately, the castle was besieged and damaged by parliamentarians in 1645 during the English Civil War.
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One of the 7 ancient wonders of the world created by the neolithic and bronze age people in the heart of the Wiltshire landscape. Stonehenge world heritage site only a 50 min drive from Bradford on Avon.
Tickets are required to visit and we recommend that you book online before going.
Visit the English Heritage Website HERE to find out more information about visiting Stonehenge.
Built-in the Neolithic period between 2860 BC and 2200 BC Avebury henge and stone circles are one of the greatest marvels of prehistoric Britain.
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