King Arthur's Round Table

General view of the contours of the neolithic mound

Free Entry

Open any reasonable time during daylight hours

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Eamont Bridge, Cumbria CA10 2BX

Before You Go

King Arthur's Round Table is a Neolithic earthwork henge, dating from about 2000 BC, but much later believed to be King Arthur's jousting arena.

Read more about the history of King Arthur's Round Table.

Before You Go

Parking: There is car parking available in Eamont Bridge, a short walk from the henge.

Dogs: Dogs on leads are welcome.

Facilities: Nearby Brougham Castle has a small café, gift shop and toilet facilities.

Please be aware: Farm livestock is likely to be present.

 

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Plan a Great Day Out

King Arthur's Round Table is one of a pair of henges in Eamont Bridge, along with Mayburgh Henge

Both henges can be visited as part of a walk devised by the Eden Rivers Trust. The route also takes in Brougham Castle, which is a great place to stop along the trail. It has a small café, gift shop and toilet facilities.

The sunrise through the conservatory at Witley Court.

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