Resources: Other Houses, England

Butser Hill Iron Age Farm
Three Iron Age Roundhouses open to the public, based upon Roundhouses excavated in Britain. The farm also focuses on rare breeds, archaeological experiments and school visits. For more information see Butser's Website>


Peat Moors Visitor Centre
Two Iron Age style houses, only known to us through the web and an appearance on TV's Time Team. Used by groups for educational / social events. New Roundhouse under construction.


Ancient Technology Centre, Dorset
Several Roundhouses are part of this living museum, run by Dorset County Council. The Centre hosts many courses in Iron-Age techniques and skills.


Riverside Country Park, Kent
Reconstructed Roundhouse part of an Iron-Age farmstead. Home to the Cantiaci Living History Group
Cantiaci Website>



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Flag Fen Bronze Age Centre
Bronze Age and 10 metre diameter Iron Age House based on excavated examples, centred around continuing research project


Michelham Priory, East Sussex
Part of the Iron Age Centre, at a 13th Century priory. Site also has priory buildings, gardens, historical exhibitions, art exhibitions, wildlife and working watermill. Weapons


Chiltern Open Air Museum, Bucks
COAM contains over 30 reconstructed buildings from all periods. The nearest Roundhouse to London, it is based upon an excavated design.


Brigantium Archaeological Reconstruction,
Redesdale, Northumberland
This dry-stone walled roundhouse plays host to pottery making, basket weaving and cooking as part of the reconstruction centre.

Hinchinbrooke Country Park
A Romano-British Farmstead, situated in a council-run park with a wealth of attractions and activiites.



New Barn Field Centre,
Bradford Peverel, Dorset
Two thatched roundhouses in a Celtic Village at a Living History Centre, focusing on the Iron Age


Cinderbury Iron-Age Village,
Forest of Dean, Glos
Two roundhouses, part of a Living History Centre



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Maelmin Heritage Trail,
Milfield, Northumberland
Megalithic turf-roofed roundhouse, based on Howick excavation, plus a Bronze Age house and neolithic henge


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Foxrush Farm Community Wood
Recreated house on site of original excavated Iron-Age village, set in 45 acres of woodlands. Managed by Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.


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Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm
Salisbury, Wiltshire
This family attraction contains one iron age roundhouse built as part of a historical project


Poulton Research Project
West Cheshire College, Chester
House erected at Museum of Liverpool, donated to Poulton Project



Mellor Heritage Project, Stockport
Iron Age Roundhouse constructed by Ridge Danyers Sixth Form College through a European Community Culture Programme, the Mnesonyme Project.


Museum of London
Constructed by East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Project, in Museum garden, to mark the opening of the Museum's prehistoric gallery.


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