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
Parking: Free parking is available in a layby in Oathill Lane.
How to Find It: From the crossroads in the centre of Rodmarton, follow the sign for Hazelton. Park in the layby approximately half a mile along Oathill Lane. To reach the barrow from the layby, look for the signpost and walk 250 metres along the field edge.
Access: The walk from the layby can be muddy in wet weather.
Facilities: Facilities and shops can be found nearby in Kemble.
Dogs: Assistance dogs only.
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