Useful websites related to Dartmoor or Prehistory
ArchaeologyArchaeology Data Service
The ADS supports research, learning and teaching with freely available, high quality and dependable digital resources. It does this by preserving digital data in the long term, and by promoting and disseminating a broad range of data in archaeology. Devon Archaeological Society
The Devon Archaeological Society, founded in 1928, is an active and friendly organisation with a membership of over 800.Devonshire Association
Includes a page of links to old Internet Archive copies of the Transactions of the Devonshire Association.Heritage Gateway
The location of the English Heritage Historical Environment Records. Megalithic Walks
Megalithic walks around the country with a nice section on Dartmoor.Pastscape - National Monument Records
The location of the English Heritage National Monument Records. Prehistoric Monuments of Dartmoor
Bill Radcliffe's very comprehensive listings of Stone Circles, Stone Rows, Cists and related monuments.The History and Mystery of Stonehenge
Interesting article on StonehengeThe Megalithic Portal
World-wide Ancient Site Database, Photos and Prehistoric Archaeology News with geolocation.The Modern Antiquarian - Dartmoor
The Dartmoor section on The Modern Antiquarian website, based on Julian Cope's book of the same name.The Prehistoric Sites of Great Britain
Britain is littered with the remains of past lives, civilisations and cultures, many of which remain a source of mystery and conjecture. These pages are an ongoing investigation into some of these ancient sites and landscapes with a view to gaining an understanding of the lives of the people who inhabited these islands more than 2000 years ago. Features over 500 stone circles, standing stones, henges, hill-figures and monuments.
Dartmoor InformationDartmoor Archive
The Dartmoor Archive project is supported in part by The Dartmoor Trust. The Trust is an independent charity established in 1996 to grant aid practical projects which help benefit Dartmoor, the region designated as a National Park, its landscape, communities and visitors. The archive includes photos by Burnard and Falcon amongst many others - see the Search page.Dartmoor Firing Notices
Gives the times when firing is taking place on the parts of the moor where there are firing ranges.Dartmoor National Park Authority
The official national park web site has lots of useful information.Dartmoor Photo Perspectives
Photographs of the Forest and Commons of Dartmoor.Dartmoor Preservation Society
Founded in 1883, the Dartmoor Preservation Association is a charity that works to protect the special qualities of Dartmoor and carries out active conservation projects.
an independent group dedicated to sharing well-researched information and promoting the well-being of Dartmoor and its communities.Dartmoor's Crosses
Photos of the various crosses on and around the moor.Devon Perspectives
A personal view of some of Devon's favourite places and characters in words and pictures. Legendary Dartmoor
The legendary Legendary Dartmoor! A valuable source of information on all aspects of Dartmoor. Virtually Dartmoor
Interactive Visits to the Dartmoor National Park
Dartmoor WalksDartmoor CAM
Photos and walks on DartmoorDartmoor Walker
Site that aims to cover every Tor and hill on Dartmoor. Numerous walks with suggested routes.Dartmoor Walks (Richard Knight's)
Lots of interesting walks on Dartmoor with photos.Divine Dartmoor Walks
Exploring the odd and interesting on Dartmoor National Park. Dr Tom Greeves Dartmoor Walks
Guided walks of the archaeology of DartmoorPlymouth Ramblers
Plymouth Ramblers is organised within the framework of the national "Ramblers". Most of our walks are within a 20 mile radius of Plymouth.
Other useful linksMet Office Tavistock 5-day weather forecast
The Tavistock forecast is probably the most useful local weather forecast.