What Was Stonehenge For? A talk by expert archaeologist Matt Leivers

  • FREE
  • 28 Jul 24
  • Museum Hall, Salisbury Museum, 65 The Close, Salisbury
  • 14:00 - 15:00

Wessex Archaeology are pleased to support the Festival of Archaeology at Salisbury Museum once again this July 2024.

On Sunday 28th July, join archaeologist Matt Leivers for a talk exploring the fascinating connected landscapes within the wider Stonehenge World Heritage Site landscape.

Recent work in the Stonehenge landscape has cast new light on everyone’s favourite archaeological mystery – what was Stonehenge for? This talk will present the results of some of that work, and the new understandings of Britain’s most famous Neolithic site and it’s surroundings it has allowed us to develop.

This event is free and booking is not required.

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