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Wow.Just wow

Unlikely to be open beyond October in its present form which is an archaeological dig, but... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
andyrovers
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Doncaster, United Kingdom
receding dunes, stunning beach

There are people working to keep some neolithic rest safe from the sea. When we visited the sea... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2016
jcrossBdV
,
South Brunswick, New Jersey
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13 Sep 2017
“Wow.Just wow”
14 Aug 2016
“receding dunes, stunning beach”
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

Unlikely to be open beyond October in its present form which is an archaeological dig, but hopefully Historic Scotland will open it properly as it deserves. The finds and length of habitation on site are incredible. It genuinely rivals Scara Brae and even the Ness...More

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Reviewed 14 August 2016

There are people working to keep some neolithic rest safe from the sea. When we visited the sea was awesome, and scary. We played on the beach for a little while. We particularly enjoyed the hut left from the BBC crew... stone base with a...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2015

If archaeology is your thing, this is the place to go. This is a coastal site and every winter the storms uncover ancient sites. There is a did here every summer and the people involved are only too pleased to tell you about the dig...More

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Reviewed 21 June 2014

In the Neolithic era this site of a settlement would have been inland with land and dunes between it and the sea. Climate change, rising sea levels and erosion causing encroaching sand dunes made of fine sea shell are now on its doorstep and archaeologists...More

3  Thank Gill T
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