The hillfort is sub-circular in plan, and encloses an area of approximately 10.5 acres.
Military badges carved into the Chalk Downs
Beautifully laid out gardens created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880, with café and shop.
350 hectares of unspoiled chalk downland where flowers and insects flourish and rare birds sing.
The Bed Burial was interred in a Bronze Age tumulus in the seventh century.
The badges carved by Aussies in WWI
An enclosed rural farmstead, fairly typical of the Roman sites that Pitt-Rivers investigated.
First ‘scientific excavation’ and Britain’s earliest Mummy!