White Horse, Uffington, Oxfordshire

An aerial view of the Uffington White Horse. It is a chalk hill figure dating from the Iron Age or possibly late Bronze Age and is 374 feet long. The horse was traditionally scoured every seven years under the jurisdiction of the local lord in a 3-day festival. This site is managed, maintained and owned by the National Trust.


Oxfordshire Uffington


Prehistoric (to AD42)



aerial view iron age earthwork white horse monument symbol chalk prehistoric (to ad42)