A guide to the events taking place across the Stonehenge & Avebury World Heritage Site, including the Easter holidays.

  • From Saturday 6 April to Sunday 14 April,  English Heritage is hosting The Big Brick Build at Stonehenge – a project for visitors of all ages to help make a giant LEGO® brick mosaic of Stonehenge.

  • Running until 14 April, the Alexander Keiller Museum at Avebury has a new Odd one out family trail for visitors to explore and discover a new set of objects on display from the collection.

  • Families are invited to visit National Trust at Avebury between 28 March and 14 April for an Easter adventure.  Explore a special Easter trail within the beautiful gardens with ten fun, creative and playful activities inspired by natural wildlife and collect an Easter Egg at the end.

  • As well as exploring galleries of discoveries found within the World Heritage Site, visit The Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum for family activities over the school holidays.

  • During Wiltshire school holidays, between 24 March – 3 November, the National Trust in Avebury is running Family stone circle tours every Wednesdays and Sundays to learn more about the site. Please note, there is limited capacity per tour and tickets are offered on a first come first served basis.

  • On 25 April, The National Trust is hosting a Landscape guided walk  of the Waden Hill Circuit in Avebury, which takes in some of the Neolithic monuments in the area. Booking is essential with more dates planned for guided walks in June and September.

  • Join the National Trust on April 28 for the Trust10 trail run at Avebury.  The free-to-attend, 10k trail run is held on the fourth Sunday of every month between April-October and gives participant the opportunity to enjoy a challenging run with stunning views across the wider Avebury landscape. Pre booking is not required, but runners are asked to register from 08.45 on the morning of the run.

Enjoy at any time

Together, the Stonehenge and Avebury landscape forms one World Heritage Site celebrated for its Neolithic and Bronze age monuments spanning 5000 years of history. To plan to visit Stonehenge see English Heritage‘s website and to explore Avebury see National Trust‘s webpages.

The collections of The Salisbury Museum , Wiltshire Museum in Devizes and Alexander Keiller Museum in Avebury contain many treasures discovered from Stonehenge and Avebury, giving insight into the people who lived here thousands of years ago and how the monuments were constructed.

Discover monuments, encounter wildlife and enjoy beautiful views on one of the many walking routes through the World Heritage Site landscape. Here are just a few examples:

Stonehenge landscape circular walk | Wilts | National Trust

Secrets of Stonehenge walk | Wiltshire | National Trust

Avebury Ridgeway walk | Wiltshire | National Trust

Around Silbury Hill | Wiltshire | National Trust

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