Bratton Camp & White Horse
Bratton Camp & White Horse Summary
- Address: Westbury (Map)
- Owner: English Heritage
- Administrator: English Heritage
Bratton Camp & White Horse Description
Here is an Iron Age hillfort, that was built round a much earlier long barrow, and below this is the Westbury White Horse. This was cut into the hillside in 1778, replacing an older horse, that is thought to commemorate King Alfred's victory over the Vikings nearby.
Opening Times - 2011
- Any reasonable time
Admission Prices - 2011
- Free Entry
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Additional Info for Bratton Camp & White Horse
- Dogs allowed
- Car Parking
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