Herefordshire contains a wealth of archaeological sites, monuments and historic assets that reflect a long history of human settlement. These assets, many of which are statutorily designated, play a large part in defining the character of the landscape and the individuality of particular settlements, and in many cases reflect the county’s location as a borderland between lowland landscapes of England and uplands in Wales.
The interactive map below will help you to explore the data layers associated with the Cultural Influences on the landscape in Herefordshire. To find out more information on the influences they have had, click here to view Chapter 3.2 of the report.
You may find it easier to explore the map by using the option to open the map in a new tab, this can be found below the map.
Click on the eye icon next to the layers in the list on the left to turn them on and off. Click on the features within the map to see more information about them.