Wayland's Smithy

Swindon, Oxfordshire SN6 8BZ, UK

Telephone: 01793 762209

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A fine example of a Neolithic long barrow built over 5000 years ago as a burial chamber and named by the Saxons after Wayland their mythical smith god.It is said that a silver coin left in the stones will get your horse shod. 


The entrance to the stone long barrow. Snow on the ground, bare trees. - National Trust
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