This site aims to list every scheduled monument in the British Isles. Each monument page includes the geographic location of the monument and, where possible, Google and OS maps of the location. Where available, the official monument description is also shown.
As well as the official data, we also have user-contributed notes and photos. Over time, this is expected to build to a comprehensive user-contributed database of Britian's ancient monuments.
Recent Visitor Contributions
Tullochanknowe was sited on the Gartincaber estate, which was owned by my family from 1735 until the late 1960s. By repute it was a norse grave. The mound was escavated according to my late great aunt, probably in the 1800s. Nothing of any value was found so it had [...]
Noel Burn-Murdoch, 19 January 2015
I attended Portland Road infants school,south norwood,also Ashburton junior school.We went to pilgrims Fort,which did seem miles away.I went with Janet Wilson,Carol Savage,Mark Savage (carol's brother) Mark Streeter,Geraldine Barretto.My age now is 57.I don't remember much about it,other than the tents and sitting around a fire.I have a photo of [...]
Susan Woolmore nee McDonald, 17 January 2015
Stone Circle, on Tenants Hill consists of 18 fallen conglomerate stones forming an irregular oval 80 ft. by 91 ft. The largest stone is about 8 ft. long.
James Williams, 11 January 2015
Very difficult to discern from the ground. It would appear that extensive ploughing has almost leveled the site, such a great shame and act of vandelism!
James Williams, 9 January 2015
The hill above West Wycombe (now the site of St Lawrence's Church and the Mausoleum) has been continuously inhabited for centuries. A Bronze Age settlement is widely believed to have existed here, and research suggests there was a pagan temple in a similar style to Stonehenge. A Roman settlement later [...]
, 2 January 2015
Viewed from Old Sarum I think this round barrow possibly marked the Midwinter Sunset on the horizon.
Ric Kemp, 29 December 2014
I was told beeston lodge was used by the gentry for a look out for the hunting in clipstone park.you can still see some of the remains
david gregory , 22 December 2014
English Heritage have allowed us to remove the trees which have grown since the 1960's, and have now added the monument to the EH 'at risk register'. Our aim as a group from Clitheroe Civic Society is to halt the deterioration and have it open to the public...
Andrew Collinson, 21 December 2014
I now live at Pilgrims fort Caterham, and am fascinated by all your stories. I live in what you would know as the mess hall, hasn't changed much from the outside, still has the double doors that you used to que outside to get your lunch, just a little different inside. [...]
Stephen Paice, 27 November 2014
The castle is now in a ruinous state and the structure is both unstable and dangerous. It should not be approached. Moreover, the castle sits within "garden grounds" and is inaccessible to the public. There is no right to roam within garden grounds.
Ron Barclay-Smith, 18 November 2014
After several visits to this location I am unable to identify this monument.As far as I can make out, it is no longer visible
John D Hunter, 9 November 2014
I just want you to know that this Bowl Barrow no longer exists it has been incorporated into the field over the years.
SJT, 8 November 2014