The two Kit’s Coty Houses are the remains of megalithic ‘dolmen’ burial chambers, Kit's Coty is the largest of the two, with three uprights and a large capstone, while the smaller, Little Kit’s Coty (also known as the Countless Stones) is a mix of sarsens (sandstone blocks). The origins of the names are unknown, though it is known that they were initially constructed during the early Neolithic period to act as communal burial sites.

Opening Hours
Any reasonable time during daylight hours.


Dogs on leads.

Advisory Notes
Both sites are located in open fields with no shelter.

Picture Credit: English Heritage.

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