Avebury Panoramic Tour
Introducing our CD Rom of over 180 full screen Panoramic scenes covering all of the Avebury stone circle.
Using hot spot links you can travel all along the Kennet Avenue to The Sanctuary from the comfort of your own home via your PC.
Take a virtual tour along the Beckhampton Avenue to the most recent Excavations at the Longstones field in August 2000, ending at the barrow group at Fox Covert.
You can view Silbury hill from various vantage points around the landscape and view unique video footage
and details of the latest repairs and restorations.
The Marlborough Mount, also called Merlin's Mound, is included in the Local Barrows Tour.
The CD has other stone circles including; Falkners circle, Clatford and Winterbourne Bassett in the immediate area.
Further a field we have Stanton Drew in Somerset, the Rollright Stones & the Devils Quoits in Oxford,
Stonehenge and the surrounding barrows.
We also have many Long Barrows of the Cotswold-Severn Chambered Tombs series including;
West kennett, West Woods, Longstones, Millbarrow, Shelving Stones, Adams Grave, Goldenball Hill, Swanborough Tump & lanhill, in Wiltshire,
and the magnificent Stoney Littleton near Wellow in Somerest.
White horse scenes include; Cherhill, Milk Hill and Dragon hill at Uffington.
We have collected together sketches, drawings and maps from Avebury's previous visitors including,
John Aubery & William Stukekely plus various others who have visited through out the years.
Black & white photos from 1870 onwards including Alexander Keillers restorations in the 1920's.
The CD Rom includes John Aubery's Book Monumenta Britannica and William Stukeley's Book Abury in PDF format
along with several other relevant text's on Avebury.
The CD is organised into 6 seperate 'Tours'.
Avebury Only, Kennet Avenue, Beckhampton Avenue, Local Barrows, Long Barrows, Other Nearby Stone Circles.
Screen Shot CD 1
Customers & Visiters Comments;Avebury in amazing photographs!
A million thanks for the CD, it is
a brilliant resource! Every time I dip in I find new stuff hidden away.
(Dr. Mark Gillings; The Negotiating Avebury Project)
Cd arrived fine - all I can say is wow! and thanks.
It's an amazing piece of work!
(Paul Cripps. Systems Developments Officer, Wessex Archaeology.)
Thank you, once again, for the wonderful stuff you showed us - magic...
(Roger Bolton, Music Producer, Avebury)
The work that goes in to 'morphing' the images together (I see there are
loads of pics per panorama) must be huge.
I will play some more.
(Paul & Vickey Morgan)
What a marvelous show! From a world away, its a rare gift.
(Sue Lay, Media Center, Perry High School)
Absolutely stunning! It would be worthy of a corner in the museum as a
(Andy Burnham, the Megalithic Portal)
Thanks, peter! Please tell me of any more updates.
It's a thrill to turn on the auto spin and feel I'm there among the stones.
Avebury Tour has 180 astonishing 360-degree photographic panoramas.
They are arranged in tours: the Beckhampton Avenue walk takes you through
the 2000 excavations, where you realise what a unprecedented record is now
possible with digital imaging. There is also a transcript (thus searchable),
with the engravings, of Stukeleys' 1743 Abury text.
A must for Avebury fans.
(Dr Mike Pitts, Archaeologist and Current Archaeology Co-Editer,)
Avebury 3D Tour CD 2