Soulton Long Barrow sits in the Shropshire countryside and was chosen for its exceptional view of Hawkstone Hill, natural ponds and alignments to the Midsummer and Midwinter Solstice.
Soulton Hall’s history dates back to the Norman conquest and is today enjoyed by farmer Tim Ashton and his family. Tim worked closely with Cambridge University to construct Soulton Long Barrow according to historical practices. The land surrounding the barrow is farmed using sustainable methods, with minimal disruption to the soil and natural environment.
Soulton Long Barrow can be found at Soulton Hall, Soulton, Wem, Shrewsbury SY4 5RS. Parking is available at the hall and at the barrow, which is a 10-15 minute walk along a well-formed farm track.
To visit Soulton Long Barrow in person, please contact us to arrange a private visit or to attend one of our open days.Get in touch
See for yourself
Saturday 13th, August 2022
Soulton Long Barrow – Open Day
Discover Shropshire’s first Long Barrow to have been built in circa 5,000 years. Our Open Day is the perfect opportunity to learn about contemporary barrows, and why families are choosing […]
Saturday 20th, August 2022
Willow Row Barrow – Open Day
Discover the regions only barrow to have been built in circa 3,000 years. The contemporary barrow is being adopted as the preferred venue for memorials and funerals. Our Open Day […]
Tuesday 4th, October 2022
Soulton Long Barrow closed for Private Placement Service
Soulton Long Barrow will be closed for a private placement service on the 4th of October 2022 from 11 am to 4 pm.