Relax in the stunning setting of Avebury Manor garden as you take part in a rejuvenating outdoor yoga session with a local instructor .
Parking in the main visitor car park is free for event attendees.
There's also Cobblestones second-hand bookshop and a small range of items in the museum. Can you take on the Wiltshire Landscape walking challenge?
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Coach House Cafe opens during weekends, bank holidays and school holidays during our busy periods.
Opening times of Cobblestones second-hand books is dependent upon volunteer availability.Here you can buy tickets for the manor or museum, find out what's on and any other information about Avebury you need. They usually run from late morning through to mid afternoon (times can vary on the day) and last between 45 minutes and an hour. The museum is split into two galleries; the interactive display is in the Barn Gallery and the archaeological finds are displayed in the Stables Gallery.There is also a cafe, picnic area, shop and toilets. At Avebury you can wander among the standing stones of the largest stone circle in the world and marvel at the human ingenuity and dedication it took to create the enormous bank and ditch with no more than bones and stones. Just check on the board in the Old Farmyard for the times. We know that travelling and visiting tourist attractions with children can take a lot of work to plan, so here are a few bits of information that may make life a little easier so that everyone can relax for the day. For those who'd like to indulge in a souvenir or a treat to take home there is the National Trust shop in the Old Farmyard.You can enjoy these wide open spaces by challenging yourself to complete all eight walks - once done you'll have walked 50km.This is an opportunity to discover more of Wiltshire's iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants.Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation.