Danebury Iron Age hillfort
Danebury Iron Age hillfort is 2,500 years old
It is a nationally important Scheduled Ancient Monument and also a Site of Special Scientific Interest... its also a great place for kite flying!
Danebury is 4km north west of Stockbridge (sign posted from Nether Wallop near Stockbridge).
The site is open all day, every day, free entry with ample free parking, and toilets are open from April to October. Telephone to check for occasional closures for essential works or unforeseen emergencies.
If you wish to be given a 'special' tour, please contact the Museum of the Iron Age in Andover for archaeology or the Rangers for site management and wildlife issues. These specialist tours are generally for group bookings. Individual guided tours are by special arrangement only and are very rare.
A family-friendly trail based on easy access - Danger at Danebury Hillfort
Dogs at Danebury
Dogs are welcome at Danebury. We have introduced a simple system to inform walkers about the movements of grazing animals. Find out how coloured paw print signs will let you know where you can go with your dog.
Some of the finds can be seen in the Museum of the Iron Age in Andover.