Nine Ladies Stone Circle

General View of Nine Ladies Stone Circle

Free Entry

Open any reasonable time during daylight hours

Address:

Stanton Lees, Derbyshire

Before You Go

A small early Bronze Age stone circle traditionally believed to depict nine ladies turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on Sunday. It is part of a complex of prehistoric circles and standing stones on Stanton Moor.

Managed by the Peak District National Park Authority.

Before You Go

Access: Through fields and woodland with gates or stiles, which can be challenging, particularly for wheelchairs or buggies.

 
Animals may be grazing - keep dogs under close control.

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