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Truly neat. A very short walk through a cow pasture takes you to this stone monument. Limited... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2018
RecRob
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MA
Visited tinkinswood as I have previously and finally came across this

Really close to the road you can get a good view or if you don’t mind the cows you can get and have... read more

Reviewed August 30, 2018
laulaulau131313
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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1.5 mi S of St Nicholas, Wenvoe CF5 6SW, Wales
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Reviewed September 23, 2018

Truly neat. A very short walk through a cow pasture takes you to this stone monument. Limited parking along the road, but probably not a problem for most visits. Easy to find use the CADW app and a short distance from Cardiff. Well time spent!

Thank RecRob
Reviewed August 30, 2018 via mobile

Really close to the road you can get a good view or if you don’t mind the cows you can get and have a look up close all in a great experience and a must if you are a regular at Stonehenge solstices.

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Reviewed November 11, 2017 via mobile

An interesting place which I have visited on many occasions as part of longer walks around Wenvoe and Dyffryn. Fascinating history and a wind up information board tells you a lot about the burial chamber.

Thank louiseholistic
Reviewed September 2, 2017

This Neolithic burial chamber was built 6,000 years ago. It faces east, so that it faces the rising sun. It sits in The Accursed Field, and rumor has it that on Midsummer's Eve the capstone spins around three times before all the stones go to...More

Thank ElizabethJK
Reviewed February 21, 2016

My friend and I went to both Tikinswood and St Lythans because we like to see the prehistory of the places we visit and this was a good one! There is also a circular feature visible just left of the chamber (when you're facing it).

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Reviewed June 27, 2015

The website: http://cadw.gov.wales/daysout/stlythansburialchamber/?lang=en explains the parking (2-3 cars only) - I was the only visitor. There is an interesting hand-cranked (to power the playback!) recorded set of messages with a special one for youngsters. The grass in the field is quite long - so best...More

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