Wings over Stonehenge

Wings over Stonehenge is a guided walk through the ancient landscape, walk in the slipstream of the early pioneer military aviators at Larkhill. See where the Bristol Boxkite made its first flight in 1910 and where the first British military aeroplane unit was formed in 1911. These walks will cover how aviation developed on Lark Hill from 1909-1914 and how Britain is dragged into World War I. The walks aim to recreate the period with contemporary photographs and maps and include viewing the early hangars and crash sites.

Walks are on the 28th of June at 10:30am and on the 23rd of July at 10:30am.

For more information please contact the Estate office on 01980 664780 or visit the or mail the team at: stonehenge@nationaltrust.org.uk

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