Guided Archaeology Walks

on Saturday, 13 April 2019. Posted in Archaeology

Devizes Arts Festival guided walks (led by Wiltshire County Archaeologists)

Please book via the Devizes Arts Festival website

Sunday 9th June, 10.30.  Fee payable for Devizes Arts Festival  - Roundway Down. 

An opportunity to explore the historic landscape of Roundway Down and Oliver’s Fort, guided by experts from the Wiltshire County Archaeology team. In this walk, we will look at the archaeological features of Roundway Down and Oliver’s Fort, and you will hear tales of the bloody Civil War battle and the nearby holy wells.

Sunday 2nd June, 10.30. Fee payable for Devizes Arts Festival  - Historic Devizes. 

An opportunity to explore the main features of the historic town of Devizes, including exciting new evidence from recent excavations, guided by experts from the Wiltshire County Archaeology team. In this walk, we will explore the main features of the town of Devizes, discussing its development through time and especially the influential role of the castle where recent excavations have revealed exciting new evidence.

Guided walks led by Wiltshire Council Archaeologists

Anyone who is interested in the below walks to please email the Archaeology Service at the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details.

Friday 12th July, 7.00-9.00 pm - Romans, Saxons and Kangaroos: Archaeology in Market Lavington.

Join Martin Brown (Wiltshire Council Archaeology Service) on a walk into the past of Market Lavington. See the site of the and find out how our forebears shaped the land we inhabit. We will walk from the church through the designed landscape north of the village, before returning through the medieval village to the Market Place (and pub), via a Saxon cemetery and Roman temple.

Sunday 14th July, 2.00-4.00 pm – Ludgershall Castle.

Join Melanie Pomeroy-Kellinger, County Archaeologist, on a walk exploring the varied history of Ludgershall Castle, from Prehistoric earthwork to sixteenth century garden.

Saturday 27th July, 2.00-4.00 pm – South of Stonehenge Landscape.

Join Sarah Simmonds, Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site Partnership Manager, on a walk exploring this complex and compelling landscape and to understand why it’s a World Heritage Site. 

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