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New Scientist Discovery Tours is inviting those wishing to travel back to ancient times with a selection of fascinating new tours and expeditions that explore some of the world's most intriguing sites and delve into their scientific origins with one being in the Southwest, perfect for a mini-moon in the region.
The county of Wiltshire is home to some of the UK's most fascinating and historically-valuable sites, and on the Prehistoric Southwest England tour, participants will visit a variety of National Trust, English Heritage and UNESCO-listed attractions including Stonehenge, Old Sarum, Avebury Circle and Maiden Castle. Trip highlights include:
*Insightful walking tours around several prehistoric sites
*UNESCO Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site
*Cerne Abbas with New Scientist's Editor-in-Chief, Emily Wilson
*Pre-eminent earthworks of Maiden Castle and Old Sarum
*Talks from the directors of the Salisbury and Wiltshire museums
What's included: Four nights' accommodation on a bed-and-breakfast basis, four dinners with wine and two lunches, transfers and full touring itinerary as detailed on the website, entry to all sites and attractions, tour manager throughout the trip and free parking at the hotel* priced at £1,595 for five days from 4th September 2023.
To find out more and to book, visit www.newscientist.com/tours/human-origins-england-stonehenge
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