The Prehistoric Society

Excavations at Ham Hill, Somerset

An exclusive tour for Prehistoric Society members of the new excavations at Ham Hill, Somerset, by Prof. Niall Sharples (Cardiff University) and Chris Evans (Cambridge Archaeological Unit) at the largest Iron Age hillfort in Britain.

Directions to the excavations:

Ham Hill is easily accessed from the A303 and you can get directions via Google Maps. The Post Code is TA14 4QL for those of you with SatNav capability. From the A303 take the exit marked Stoke-sub-Hamdon, go through the village to the T junction. Turn left and immediately right signposted ‘Ham Hill’. Follow the road up the hill past the ice cream van and through the woods, after you pass the quarry and the dog kennels on the right, there is an entrance to the right which leads into the dig camp site where suitable parking is available. 

If you are planning to attend the open day please let the society know by emailing: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Places are limited so if you would like to attend please let us know by 31st August.