An Iron Age enclosure occupies a hilltop location above the Somerset village of Selworthy. A National Trust trail leads to a series of earthwork banks and ditches enclosing an area of roughly three acres in size. Selworthy, Somerset, England
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Iron Age Hillfort Heritage Rating:?
Is this Camelot? Or perhaps Mount Badon, site of King Arthur's final battle? Perhaps, for tales of King Arthur cling to this ancient hillfort rising above the pretty village of South Cadbury. The summit of the 150-metre high hill is defended with four earthwork ditches and banks. The site was occupied as early as the Neolithic period. The Romans captured South Cadbury, but at the end of the Roman era, it seems that there was a large settlement with a great hall here. The Saxons later established a mint at South Cadbury. South Cadbury, Somerset, England
The third-largest stone circle complex in the UK. For some reason, Stanton Drew has never received the publicity of more well-known circles such as Arbor Low or Avebury. Stanton Drew is composed of three stone circles with associated stone rows, and a 'Cove', a closely spaced set of three stones. Stanton Drew, Somerset, England, BS39 4EW
A Neolithic long barrow with multiple burial chambers. Stoney Littleton is one of the most easily accessible long barrows in Britain. The barrow is oriented north-west to south-east and is about 30 metres long. It is 12 metres wide at its widest, and two metres high.
Tarr Steps is an ancient clapper bridge spanning the River Barle. The bridge may be as much as 3000 years old and is made of 17 large stone slabs laid end to end. There are circular walks along the river, which is part of a National Nature Reserve. Liscombe, Exmoor, Somerset, England, TA22 9PY