Index of Arthurian Locations|
In this section, you can visit the places that have come to be associated with King Arthur. For more information on historical tours in Britain, see Britannia's Tours Department
Arthur's Burial Places
Controversial last resting place of one of two King Arthurs according to
Blackett & Wilson.
Popular Tradition says Arthur was buried at Glastonbury. Or did the monks
make it all up?
Caer Caradoc of legend according to Blackett & Wilson. Discovery point
of their famous 'Arthur Stone'.
Arthur's Sleeping Place
Merlin was the Wizard of Alderley in Cheshire & Arthur sleeps nearby.
One of the many Arthurian traditions from the town says Arthur still sleeps nearby.
Dramatic rock formation in Glamorganshire where Arthur sleeps.
Beautiful rolling hills, in the Scottish Borders, hiding King Arthur's secret cave.
Forest of Paimpont
The heart of Breton Arthurianism, where the great man still sleeps in a secret cave.
Mysterious cave off the dramatic Anglesey coast where Arthur lies sleepily hidden.
Ogof Llanciau Eryri
'Cave of the Young Men of Snowdon,' where Arthur & his knights repose.
Yorkshire cliff-top stronghold below which Potter Thompson discovered the sleeping Arthur!
Runaway ball of wool finds the sleeping King along Hadrians Wall!
This mystical isle off the Welsh Coast could equally have been Avalon.
Where was Avalon, where Arthur died? Popular tradition points to Glastonbury.
Did those excavations in the 60s really prove this ancient hillfort to be the great Camelot?
This place has so many Arthurian traditions, surely it must have been Camelot?
Little specific Arthurian tradition here, but compelling arguments suggest it was Camelot.
The name speaks for itself. But is this proof enough?
A Scottish Camelot? David Carroll revives a forgotten tradition.
Norma Goodrich suggests this ancient city as the seat of a Northern Arthur.
The Roman 'Camulodunum'. Surely the original of the name, Camelot?
Blackett & Wilson's unlikely Camelot claimant in the Cardiff suburbs.
Small 'hillfort' in Cornwall thought to be Arthur's Court of Kelliwic.
Great hillfort of the Silures of Gwent. Barber & Pykitt think this was Camelot.
Little known Yorkshire town was Roman 'Camulodunum'. Northern Arthur ahoy!
Hill-top Scottish stonghold named as 'second' Camelot by Goodrich.
Could the controversial Round Table at Winchester Castle possibly be the real thing?
Lakes in West Wales which claim Excalibur to be within their depths.
Most Famous last resting place of King Arthur's sword on bleak Bodmin Moor.
L'Etang de Comper
Legends of the Lady of the Lake seem to centre on the Forest of Paimpont in Brittany.
Camlann was fought in the shadow of Snowdon. Bedivere threw Excalibur into the waters here.
Dozmary is not the only place in Cornwall to claim Excalibur for itsself.
Bridge near Glastonbury where Bedivere returned Excalibur to the depths.
Where Merlin is said to reside in his invisible 'House of Glass'.
Merlin's Hill near the town of his birth, Carmarthen.
Is this where Merlin is buried, or merely imprisoned?
Tombeau de Merlin
Merlin's megalith, still a place of mystery in the heart of Breton King Arthur Country.
Castell Dinas Bran
The castle of the Kings of Powys appears to have been the original Grail Castle, Corbenic.
Where Vortigern & Merlin Ambrosius first crossed paths & found a pair of fighting dragons!
Guinevere was kidnapped by King Melwas. Find out where she was held captive.
Home of St. Dyfrig who apparently officiated at King Arthur's Coronation.
Hampshire river, the site of Ambrosius' conflict with the family of Vortigern?
Most famous of Arthurian sites. His dramatic island birthplace with archaeology to boot.
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Marlborough, Wiltshire - Is this where Merlin is buried?
Malmesbury, Wiltshire - The home of one of the great medieval historians
Stonehenge, Wiltshire - Legend says that Stonehenge was built by Merlin
Wells, Somerset - The last-known resting place of King Arthur's burial cross
Glastonbury, Somerset - The center of the Arthurian universe
Tintagel, Cornwall - The birthplace of Arthur according to Geoffrey of Monmouth
Slaughterbridge, Cornwall - The reputed site of King Arthur's last battle
Bodmin, Cornwall - An event of Arthurian significance took place here in 1113
Fowey, Cornwall - A standing stone may prove that part of the legend is true
Dozmary Pool, Cornwall - Memories of Excalibur and the Lady of the Lake are alive here
Cadbury Castle, Somerset - An ancient hill may have been Arthur's capital city
Winchester, Hampshire - Arthur's Round Table hangs in the Great Hall, here
Dover, Kent - Sir Gawain's head is said to reside here
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