A Neolithic chambered tomb with an enigmatic 'false entrance'.
Managed by Gloucestershire County Council.
Read more about the history of Windmill Tump.
Before You Go
Access: To reach the barrow there is a 250 metre walk along a field edge which can be muddy in wet weather.
Parking: From the crossroads in the centre of Rodmarton, follow the sign for Hazelton. Park in the layby approximately half a mile along Oathill Lane.
Dogs: Assistance dogs only.
Plan a Great Day Out
Facilities and shops can be found nearby in Kemble.
Windmill Hill Tump is one of four Gloucestershire long barrows in the care of English Heritage which make up a circular tour. Nympsfield Long Barrow, Uley Long Barrow and Belas Knap are all fine examples of Gloucestershire's Neolithic history.
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