Marden Henge is the third ‘super-henge’ in Wiltshire, alongside Stonehenge and Avebury. In July 2016 there is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about prehistory and these enigmatic henges before a visit to see the site being excavated by archaeologists from the University of Reading.
Available on selected dates from 7 July – 24 July (excluding Fridays).
If you are interesting in bringing a group of 8 or more, then please contact us to see how we can help.
A specialist Archaeology tour which starts by exploring the award-winning galleries of the Wiltshire Museum. The Museum will also have a special exhibition about the excavations at Marden Henge featuring some of the finds from previous seasons.
After lunch there will be a guided tour of the excavations – with a chance to see archaeologists in action and to find out about the latest discoveries.
10.30 – Visit Wiltshire Museum, tea/coffee served on arrival. Museum specialist tour
12pm – Lunch at the Museum or a local pub
1.30pm – Depart for the archaeological site at Marden Henge with a member of Wiltshire Museum staff (duration 2 hours).
Book your place for “Excavating a Neolithic Henge” using our Yapsody event booking service (https://wiltshiremuseum.yapsody.com/event/index/30785?ref=elink)