The Avebury Stones…

The Avebury StonesThe Avebury Stones. The village of Avebury is seen as a mecca for those who believe in Paganism, Wicca, and Druidry. The Avebury Stones surround the village in the fair county of Wiltshire England, a county renown for it’s fine quality hams and fresh country vegetables.

The summer solstice and pagan festivals held at Avebury attract visitors from all over the world, as Avebury stands on the St. Michael ley line that runs from Cornwall to East Anglia – and in the village itself ; The Red Lion Public House can offer you one of the most ghostly inhabited pubs in England!

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One Response to The Avebury Stones…

  1. get smart says:

    Lovely place to visit, the village is pretty, parking is free for NT members. Walked round the stones, visited the manor house, museum and had lunch at the pub.

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