Bratton Road, Westbury, BA13 3EP
Open all day
The famous Westbury white horse can be found below an Iron Age hillfort. The white horse was cut into the hillside in 1778, it replaced an earlier horse believed to have been made to commemorate King Alfred's nearby victory over the vikings. This is a spectacular Wiltshire landmark.
There is a large car park close by, but no other facilities at the site. The town of Westbury is a short drive and has toilets, shops and cafes.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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