The Flowerdown Barrows are three well-preserved Bronze Age burial mounds on the edge of the village of Littleton. Constructed 4,000 years ago, they were once part of a much larger 'barrow cemetery'. There are two bowl barrows, and the largest and finest disc barrow in Hampshire.
Read more about the history of Flowerdown Barrows.
Before You Go
Parking: Please park considerately in nearby roads.
How to Find It: The barrows can be found off the B3049, out of Winchester to Littleton, t the crossroads in centre of village
Please be aware: The site is exposed, so come prepared with suitable clothing
Plan a Great Day Out
Head to the coast to visit Portchester Castle, where you can enjoy great views, discover the castle's history with an audio tour and find a souvenir in the gift shop.
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