"Avebury a present from the past", Pete Roberts' excellent website dedicated to Avebury is comprehensive, well written and designed, with plenty of detailed information, photos, maps and documents. By far the most informative and interesting website about Avebury.
The National Trust
own and manage most of the ancient sites around Avebury, as well as the Alexander Keiller Museum with its shop and restaurant. They also provide information about accommodation in the area.
English Heritage in association with Active Hotels
provide accommodation information and online booking. Prices start from £47 per room per night.
In English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
English Heritage benefits from the bookings.
The UNESCO World Heritage Sites
website has limited information about Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites in English, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish.
Wiltshire County Council website: Avebury Concise History
The website also has local information, maps and photos.
is a calendar of pagan events in Avebury. Don't be scared, these are usually jolly events. We witnessed a pagan wedding in Avebury Henge which was very festive and joyous. The Summer Solstice is the big event of the year when believers and non-believers of every hue descend on the village.
Day Out: Avebury and Marlborough
a low-fi video of a 1983 BBC documentary about Avebury and Marlborough. Entertaining and very British.
Andy Burnham's enormous website about megalithic monuments worldwide.
information about Avebury - and just about everything else you can think of - continues to expand and improve. If there was a Nobel Prize for websites the inventors of wikipedia would win hands down.