Lligwy Burial Chamber
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The cromlech was erected sometime around 3000 BCE and served as a place for communal burials. Excavations around the turn of the 20th century found the bones of over 30 adults and children, plus animal bones and pottery sherds.
The presence of pottery suggests that Lligwy was used for over 1000 years, well into the Bronze Age when such pottery began to be common.
It is possible to enter the cromlech, though it helps to be slender and a bit of a contortionist!
Just up the lane, a footpath leads to Hen Capel Lligwy ruined medieval chapel and to Din Lligwy ancient settlement.
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About Lligwy Burial Chamber
Address: Llanallgo, Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales
Attraction Type: Prehistoric Site
Location: Off the minor road north of Llanallgo village, off the A5025. Signposted.
Website: Lligwy Burial Chamber
Lligwy Burial Chamber Photos
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Din Lligwy Ancient Settlement - 0.3 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Hen Capel Lligwy - 0.3 miles (Historic Church)
St Gallgo's Church - 0.6 miles (Historic Church)
Llaneilian Church - 4.7 miles (Historic Church)
Castell Aberlleiniog - 8.2 miles (Castle)
Penmon Cross - 8.6 miles (Historic Church)
Penmon Priory - 8.7 miles (Abbey)
Beaumaris, St Mary and St Nicholas - 8.8 miles (Historic Church)
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