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Having walked a coastal path on a exceptionally hot afternoon ,we found the Ban'ts Carn Burial.. It was larger than we expected covering most of the area of a hill. There was an information board that was helpful..
Worth a visit if you are in...More
It's not the easiest to find (especially after long coastal walk there from Hugh Town!) so a few extra signs on the path would help but this is well worth a visit to get a feel for Iron Age life on the island. The signage...More
We walked through the ancient village on a coastal walk, other families were picnicking within the old houses. We had a great game of hide and seek amongst the stones - the children didn’t want to walk on!! Usual lovely
Scilly views from the site...More
If you like historical sites this one is beautiful and a must. You can see where the ancient round houses and burial mound were when the shore line was in a different place.There is an interesting information board and the site is well maintained but...More
The burial chamber is something to tick off as you head around St Mary’s. The chamber is well maintained with some basic information. It is approach by a short walk from the main road across some beautiful heath land. Like most places on the islands...More
If you are walking around the island it’s worth visiting. The location is perched on a hill over looking the stunning coast. It’s well kept with some seating and signage explaining a bit about the site and it’s history. You can actually visualise the village...More