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All reviews a small car park burial chamber bryn celli well worth a visit follow the signs great site sat nav off road parking interesting visit lovely walk passage grave watch your head mound footpath stone prehistoric aligned
Well signposted with a small car park - don’t be mislead by the construction in the car park - it isn’t what you’ve come to see 😉. Follow the signs to a footpath up the road and be prepared for a walk as it follows...More
Visited this passage grave whilst in north Wales.
Very easy to find with a small car park and off road parking available.
The grave Itself has been reconstructed but is safe to enter.
One of a few sites in the area worth visiting. Accessible for...More
Your sat nav will take you to the middle of a main road, but fear not as there are plenty of tourist signs to Bryn Celli Ddu. And ancient Neolithic sites didn't have postcodes, so I guess it's to be expected.
The walk from the...More
We found this very difficult to find, sat nav takes you all over the place
And then the walk is not altogether clear
But when we found it we were amazed
Ignore the hippies that might be there and just marvel at how old the...More
We went there years ago while hunting prehistoric burial chambers (as one does....)
It is one of the better ones****, even if heavily restored in the last century, and it has curious scribings*** on the stones. The thing I remember best was that while we...More
We had difficulties finding Bryn Celli Ddu - there's nothing but a little car park with some tourist information, and a simple sign pointing to a narrow path with hedges that leads through meadows for almost a mile. But then a turn, and there it...More
We actually found it this time! No idea how we first missed this little bit of Neolithic architecture. You park 1/4 of a mile away and walk next to a hawthorn hedge along the farm fields.
Well preserved and you can actually go inside, although...More