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- Arthur’s Stone
- Alt Name:
- United Kingdom
- Stone Age
- 3000BC - 2001BC
- Avebury Ring, Stonehenge ,
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about Arthur’s Stone
Arthur’s Stone is a tomb in Herefordshire dating back to the Neolithic era marked by a collection of large stones.
Little is known about this site and there is little to see, but the mystery of Arthur's Stone is one which continues to inspire debate. Arthur's Stone is an English Heritage site.
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Address: Arthur's Stone Lane, Dorstone, County of Herefordshire HR3 6, UK
Phone: +44 (0) 870 333 1181
Arthur's stone is located on a country road called Arthur’s Stone Lane between the B4348 and the B4352 just north of the town of Dorstone. It is approximately 14 miles west of Hereford along the A438.
Arthur's Stone is accessible throughout the year daily at reasonable times. Admission is free.
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