Originally built to test iron age building techniques, the roundhouse in Woodview Farm is used for educational purposes.
The construction is situated in Nottingamshire and was built in 2006 using only materials and tools as those available in the iron age. The house would have hosted more than ten, maybe twenty people originally and is now used, during special open days, to illustrate some of the most important activities carried out in the iron age, such as cereals grinding, spinning wool and string making. The site is part of the UK Festival of British Archaeology.
Another building under construction will show the public how a british roman house looked like.