A long barrow is a prehistoric burial monument dating to the early Neolithic period. Around 300 long barrows are known to be in England and Scotland. Belas Knap: Located on Cleeve Hill in Gloucestershire, England, this neolithic chambered long barrow was built c.4500 BCE. Coldrum Long Barrow: Located near the village of Trottiscliffe in Kent, England, Coldrum Long Barrow, also known as the Coldrum Stones, was built c.4000 BCE. Nympsfield Long Barrow: Located near the village of Nympsfield in Gloucestershire, England, Nympsfield Long Barrow was built c.2800 BCE. Stoney Littleton Long Barrow: Located near the village of Wellow in Somerset, England, the Stoney Littleton Long Barrow was built c.3500 BCE. Uley Long Barrow: Located near the village of Uley in Gloucestershire, England, Uley Long Barrow, also known as Hetty Pegler's Tump, was built c.3000 BCE. Wayland's Smithy: Located at Ashbury in Oxfordshire, England, Wayland's Smithy was built near the Uffington Castle c.3550 to 3590 BCE. West Kennet Long Barrow: Located on a prominent chalk ridge, near Silbury Hill in Wiltshire, England, this chambered long barrow was built c.3600 BCE. Show options Hide options Additional options Avoid highways Avoid tolls KM Miles Get Directions Print Directions Source: Heritage Daily Related posts: Archaeological Sites Used in Entertainment Archaeology in Northeast Thailand Roman Amphitheatres in the UK Stone Circles in the UK Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin. ← 10 World Heritage Sites You Should Not Miss When in Rome: the Colosseo and Arco di Costantino → 4 Replies to “Must See Long Barrows in the UK” You know, reading Lord of the Rings, I always wondered what a barrow was, but I guess I was too lazy to look it up. Thanks for clearing it up. 😀 Reply Haha – no worries. Glad to be of Assistance! 🙂 Reply I love long barrows! Belas Knapp is a real gem. I visited an amazing one in Dumfriesshire a couple of years ago: Cairnholy, It has an incredible facade of tall upright stones. The barrows on the Orkney islands are so interesting too, we’re heading there again this summer and I can’t wait to visit them again! Reply I might have to add those to the list! Thanks Rachel! 😀 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please enter an answer in digits:fifteen − 2 = Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.