Seahenge not ready for display until 2008

Seahenge, a 4000-year-old wooden circle which appeared on a beach near Holme, England in 1998, will not be available to be viewed by the public until 2008, according to curators at the Lynn Museum where the artifact is being restored.

Robin Hanley, area museums manager for West Norfolk, explained that at least six months would be required to create the display for the Bronze Age circle and to complete the preservation process.