Hover on a yellow symbol on the map to find what the service or attraction is, and then click for details. NB Information about pubs is not given for larger settlements where there are several.
- Badbury Hill Iron Age Fort Type: Historic site | Location: Great Coxwell Contact: | Address: Great Coxwell Oxfordshire | Phone: http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thamespathsite.asp?PageId=92&SiteId=408 Badbury Hill is the site of an Iron Age hillfort probably built and occupied from around 600 BC, and in continuous use until the first century AD.
- Roman Amphitheatre Type: Historic site | Location: Cirencester Contact: | Address: Cirencester | Phone: http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thamespathsite.asp?PageId=92&SiteId=386 One of the largest amphitheatres known from Roman Britain and constructed in the first half of the 2nd century AD.
- Runnymede Type: Historic site | Location: Runnymede Contact: | Address: Runnymede, Windsor Berkshire SL4 2JL | Phone: 01784 432891 http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thamespathsite.asp?PageId=92&SiteId=460 Runnymede today refers to all the land to the west side of the Thames owned by the National Trust but was originally only one of three individual 'medes', the others being Long Mede and Yard Mede.