Welcome to Window on Wiltshire's Heritage.Wiltshire's heritage is unique and outstanding. You have probably heard of Stonehenge, but Wiltshire has so much more to offer.
22 organisations from across Wiltshire have come together to provide a virtual display of Wiltshire's heritage.
This website encompasses archaeology, architecture, art, and nature, as well as museum treasures, historical photographs, archives, and local history collections.
Discover Wiltshire's amazing heritage.
The monument we see today on the southern edge of Salisbury Plain is the final version of a henge and stone circle which has undergone many alterations since its instigation during the later Mesolithic era.
Evidence for the earliest monument consists of a series of holes, names after the antiquarian, John Aubrey. Some of the holes contained cremated human remains. Debate continues over whether on not these holes ever held posts or stones. Sometime between 3900 and 2950 BC a henge...