Bratton Camp and White Horse


The original Iron Age hillfort defences were built at Bratton Camp over 2000 years ago. They protected a settlement containing round houses, granaries, stores and workshops.

The site was excavated in the 18th century.  Today, the extensive chalk grassland supports herb and grass species that provide a habitat for a diverse range of insects.


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Dog information :
Sheep graze regularly on this site and may not always be visible, so please keep your dog on a lead.
Attraction Type :
Historic site
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Bratton Road
BA13 3EP

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