Amesbury History Centre

Where History Begins

Closed For Rebuild!

The Amesbury History Centre is currently being rebuilt with a brand new modern building. We do not yet have a completion date, but we hope to be back open as soon as possible. 

Follow our progress on our social media feeds or on the New Building page. 

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Funding Our New Build

 

Please help us pay for the fitting of the new building by visiting our wishlist page

 

Amesbury History

 

Here you will find a brief history of Amesbury and a look at what you can expect when you visit us

 

New Building

News on the construction of a new building

Visit Amesbury 

Links to other Amesbury sites for planning your visit and more learning

 

About Us

The Amesbury History Centre is the place to visit to find out all you need to know about the oldest continually inhabited settlement in Britain; as recognised by the Guinness Book of Records. The Centre, though small, is superbly laid out allowing locals and tourists alike to learn the story behind Amesbury’s unique heritage, its connections to Stonehenge and the origins of its rise to military importance. The History Centre is run by the Amesbury History Centre CIO. Charity no. 1176636

Find Us

4 Church Street

Amesbury

Wiltshire

SP47EU

 

Website Created By Mark Verbinnen