Virtual Walkabouts

Clive Ruggles, 2003

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Walkabouts

The Beaghmore Walkabout - Clive Ruggles
This small walkabout (38 images) starts from a position to the south-west of the monument and proceeds generally in a north-easterly direction.

The Avebury Walkabout - Clive Ruggles
This walkabout is much larger (259 images) and gives the user much more flexibility of movement. There is a choice of three starting points:
Option 1 starts at the Sanctuary, and the viewer has to move along the entire course of the Kennet Avenue, and then along the extant part, in order to reach the main monument.
Option 2 starts at the southern end of the extant part of the Kennet Avenue, so that the viewer moves in along the avenue in order to reach the main monument.
Option 3 is the simplest, starting at the Devil's Chair and letting the viewer move about around and within the henge and stone circles.