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Situated at the prehistoric monument of Avebury, the Alexander Keiller Museum houses one of the most important prehistoric archaeological collections in Britain, housed in the Stables Gallery, and including many artefacts from the World Heritage Site (WHS) monuments. The admission fee includes access to both the Stables and Barn Galleries. The Barn Gallery (belonging to the National Trust) tells the story of the WHS, its monuments, and the people associated with it.
The Museum, which sits within the Avebury WHS, is in the freehold ownership of The National Trust and in English Heritage guardianship on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport; the museum collection is on loan from the DCMS.
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