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King Arthur’s Round Table

Eamont Bridge, Penrith, CA10 2BX.

King Arthur’s Round Table is a prehistoric circular earthwork bounded by a ditch and an outer bank, at Eamont Bridge, Penrith, and about 400 metres from Mayburgh Henge. It consists of an irregular bank surrounding a circular ditch. In the seventeenth century two standing stones were recorded near the northern entrance, though both are now long since gone, and this part of the henge lies beneath the road to Ullswater. The site has nothing whatever to do with the legendary king it is named after (predating him by at least 2500 years).

More information is available on the English Heritage website.

Miles: 10