Little Solsbury Hill is situated to the north east of the city of Bath, above the village of Batheaston. The top of the hill (altitude 191m, 625 feet) is owned and managed by the National Trust and offers views back towards Bath and the surrounding countryside. The hill is also the site of an Iron Age hill fort, and was the inspiration for Peter Gabriel’s song “Solsbury Hill”.

Here are the directions to Little Solsbury Hill.


Opening Hours

All day, every day


From the village of Batheaston follow Solsbury Lane