Enjoy a puzzle? Believed to have been initally constructed around 5000 years ago the now 30 metre high, man made chalk mound that is Silbury Hill continues to baffle - was it intended a royal burial place (as seen in the Egyptian pyramids), a site for pre-historic rituals and how does it tie in - if at all - to the nearby ancient monuments on the West Kennet, Avebury and Stonehenge?
Whilst it is possible to stop at Silbury Hill unfortunately it is no longer possible to climb the hill itself as this may cause damage to the monument. We recommend a quick visit to Silbury when visiting the nearby Avebury and West Kennet monuments.
Tour OptionsSilbury Hill can be visited either on one of Celtic Horizon's suggested tour routes or build it in to a custom tour around your own requirements - contact us for details and prices.
Please note that we only offer journeys and tours that are exclusive to your family or party: we do not operate scheduled shared tour bus services.