Iron Age Hill Fort and local nature reserve
Danebury is one of the most studied Iron Age hill forts in Europe and a scheduled ancient monument. The site is an important asset for both archeological and nature conservation interest. Evidence suggests the fort was built 2,500 years ago and occupied for nearly 500 years.
In the Hill Fort you'll see the 'ring' of ramparts, and the once hidden gateway. Large beech trees make the site prominent in the surrounding landscape.
Danebury is a great place to walk and see some great views of the area, for more information, see the Visit-Hamphire Website
Discover more and see some of the finds at the Museum of the Iron Age in Andover
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