Devil's Quoits, Stanton Harcourt

The Devil's Quoits (grid reference SP411048) is a henge and stone circle to the south of the village of Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire, England. The site is believed to be from the Neolithic Period, between 4000 and 5000 years old, and is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The Quoits were restored between 2002 and 2008, with stones which had been knocked over or had fallen over being re-uprighted, and the surrounding earthworks re-built.
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Devil's Quoits Reviews

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  • Worth a trip, if your just curious possibly visit on a summers day. Our trip somewhat with a focus.... attending we had a physics prof, farmer and stone mason.  more »
  • Whilst largely a reconstruction some stones are original and it is faithful to the principles of bronze age henges and stone circles.  more »
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  • Nice short walk for the kids and dog. Interesting piece of history but nothing much else to see.
  • Lovely open space, very quiet (minimal noise and disruption from machinery nearby) - lots of plant life and very serene.

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