The Blue Lagoon in Abereiddi, Pembrokeshire is a former slate quarry that was active until 1910 and acquired by the National Trust in 1984.
Avebury Stone Circle and Henge is a world heritage site containing the largest megalithic stone circle in the world.
Dolbadarn Castle is a beautiful 800 year old fortress that stands over the waters of Llyn Padarn as a guardian to the Llanberis Pass.
Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber is the most striking megalithic monument in Wales, around 5000 years old.
200 acres of green spaces and woodland, Royal Victoria Country Park in Netley, Hampshire, is home to one of our Large Slate Monoliths.
Bryn Cader Faner is a Bronze Age cairn located near the Rhinog mountains in Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.
Excavated in 1929, Bryn Celli Ddu (‘the mound in the dark grove’) is one of the most iconic neolithic landmarks in North Wales.
Bodrhyddan Hall is a a stately home with one of the most picturesque gardens open to the public in North Wales.
Learn about UK Standing Stones, their rich heritage and how to find the best historic sites across the country.
Established in 1994 Caerau Gardens is a wonderful private garden set in the Welsh hills with breathtaking views of the Berwyn mountains.
Bodnant Gardens is a stunning setting in the hill of North Wales, curated by generations of the same family for over 150 years.
This wonderful standing stone commemorates Waldo Williams, one of the eminent Welsh language poets of the 20th century.
Just south of the Preselli Hills in Pembrokeshire lies Gors Fawr Stone Circle which comprises of 16 boulders in a 22m diameter circle.
Porthgain is a picturesque coastal hamlet, once a thriving commercial harbour and now a superb place to visit in the West Wales region.
A mecca for walkers and climbers, the Ogwen Valley Window Stones have recently been installed to focus visitor eyes to points of interest.
Built around 3500BC, Maen Y Bardd Burial Chamber stands high in the hills above the Conwy valley in North Wales, a charming neolithic site.
The Snowdonia Slate Trail is an 83 mile route that takes walkers on a historic tour of the Welsh mining industry and beautiful scenery.
Discover waterfalls in Wales with our extensive guide to the very best natural flows of water across the country.
Rheadr y Parc Mawr is a beautiful series of waterfalls on the northern edge of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Bronze age stone circle with 41 standing stones, near the village of Llandrillo in North East Wales.
At the north tip of this large reservoir in North Wales lies the impressive Llyn Brenig Ring Cairn, with the initial construction dated to approximately 4,000 years ago.