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With this search function, users can easily find maps and information about archaeological sites, historical sites, and monuments all around the world. This means that whether you're planning a trip to a specific location or simply interested in learning more about historical sites in different regions, you can use this search feature to find the information you need.

To use the search function, simply type the name of the site you're interested in into the search bar above. The search will then provide you with maps, photos, and other details about the location, giving you a deeper understanding of its history and significance. So whether you're a history buff or simply curious about the world's many unique cultural sites, this search function can help you explore and learn more about them.

Virtually Tour the Top Archaeological Sites in Britain

Stonehenge Stone Circle (Wiltshire)

Description: Iconic Neolithic stone circle, possibly used for religious or ceremonial purposes.

Virtual Tour of Stonehenge Stone Circle

Bamburgh Castle (Northumberland)

Description: Medieval castle overlooking the Northumberland coast, associated with the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Bernicia.

Virtual Tour of Bamburgh Castle

Corfe Castle (Dorset)

Description: Ruined medieval castle with a rich history and strategic significance during the English Civil War.

Virtual Tour of Corfe Castle

Tintagel Castle (Cornwall)

Description: Medieval fortress associated with Arthurian legends and a hub of medieval trade.

Virtual Tour of Tintagel Castle

Stirling Castle (Stirling)

Description: Historic castle with a pivotal role in Scottish history, overlooking the city and surrounding landscape.

Virtual Tour of Stirling Castle

Maiden Castle (Dorset)

Description: One of the largest Iron Age hillforts in Europe, providing insights into pre-Roman Britain.

Virtual Tour of Maiden Castle

Tower of London (London)

Description: Historic castle and prison, symbolizing the power and authority of the British monarchy.

Virtual Tour of Tower of London


Description: Roman auxiliary fort and settlement with well-preserved wooden tablets containing written records.

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Ring of Brodgar (Orkney Islands Viking sites, offering insights into ancient island life.)


Virtual Tour of Ring of Brodgar

Ness of Brodgar / Ring of Brodgar (Orkney)

Description: Complex Neolithic site with ceremonial structures and ancient art, reshaping understanding of the period.

Virtual Tour of Ness of Brodgar / Ring of Brodgar

Maiden Castle (Dorset)

Description: One of the largest and most complex Iron Age hillforts in Europe.

Virtual Tour of Maiden Castle

Castlerigg Stone Circle (Cumbria)

Description: Neolithic stone circle set amidst stunning scenery, reflecting prehistoric ceremonial practices.

Virtual Tour of Castlerigg Stone Circle

Glastonbury Abbey (Somerset)

Description: Ancient religious site associated with Arthurian legends and the myth of King Arthur's burial.

Virtual Tour of Glastonbury Abbey

Callanish Stones (Outer Hebrides)

Description: Impressive standing stone circle dating back to the Neolithic era.

Virtual Tour of Callanish Stones

Silbury Hill (Wiltshire)

Description: Prehistoric artificial mound, the largest of its kind in Europe, purpose still debated.

Virtual Tour of Silbury Hill

Rollright Stones (Oxfordshire)

Description: Neolithic and Bronze Age stone circle and standing stones, steeped in folklore.

Virtual Tour of Rollright Stones

Maiden Castle (Durham)

Description: Impressive Iron Age hillfort with complex earthworks and defensive features.

Virtual Tour of Maiden Castle

Flag Fen (Cambridgeshire)

Description: Bronze Age archaeological site with well-preserved wooden artifacts and a causeway.

Virtual Tour of Flag Fen

Dunadd Fort (Argyll and Bute)

Description: Hillfort and ancient capital of the Kingdom of Dalriada, known for its stone-carved footprints.

Virtual Tour of Dunadd Fort

Caves of Kents Cavern (Devon)

Description: Prehistoric cave system with evidence of early human habitation, including ancient tools and animal remains.

Virtual Tour of Caves of Kents Cavern

Wharram Percy (North Yorkshire)

Description: Deserted medieval village providing insights into medieval rural life and societal changes.

Virtual Tour of Wharram Percy

Avebury Manor and Henge (Wiltshire)

Description: Neolithic henge monument and manor house, offering a glimpse into different historical periods.

Virtual Tour of Avebury Manor and Henge

Uffington White Horse and Uffington Castle (Oxfordshire)

Description: Ancient hill figure and Iron Age hillfort atop the White Horse Hill.

Virtual Tour of Uffington White Horse and Uffington Castle

Roman Theatre of Verulamium (Hertfordshire)

Description: Roman amphitheater and archaeological site showcasing Roman entertainment.

Virtual Tour of Roman Theatre of Verulamium

Fishbourne Roman Palace (West Sussex)

Description: Well-preserved Roman villa showcasing exquisite mosaic floors and artifacts.

Virtual Tour of Fishbourne Roman Palace

Caerleon Roman Fortress (Newport)

Description: Roman legionary fortress with remains of amphitheaters, baths, and barracks.

Virtual Tour of Caerleon Roman Fortress

Tarr Steps (Somerset)

Description: Tarr Steps is an ancient clapper bridge believed to date back to the Bronze Age. It is a marvel of engineering and provides insights into the technological skills and transportation needs of the time.

Virtual Tour of Tarr Steps

Creswell Crags (Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire)

Description: Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge containing caves that served as shelters for early humans. The site has yielded important Ice Age artifacts, including some of the earliest known cave art in Britain.

Virtual Tour of Creswell Crags

Cairnpapple Hill (West Lothian, Scotland)

Description: Cairnpapple Hill is a Neolithic ritual complex with a burial mound and stone circle. It has yielded important archaeological finds, including human remains and artifacts, shedding light on Neolithic funerary customs and belief systems.

Virtual Tour of Cairnpapple Hill