Doll Tor, occasionally known as the Six Stones, is a small stone circle near Birchover, west of Stanton Moor in the Derbyshire Peak District. Dating from the Bronze Age, the circle consists of six standing stones.
The site was excavated in 1852 by Thomas Bateman, and again from 1931 to 1933 by J. P. Heathcote. During this second excavation, three stones were smashed and later repaired with cement. In 1993, unknown visitors rearranged the stones to create a more complete but historically inaccurate circle. It was later restored to something close to its original appearance, two fallen stones being re-erected.
- J. P. Heathcote, EXCAVATIONS AT DOLL TOR STONE CIRCLE, STANTON MOOR
- History of Birchover - The Six Stones
- English Heritage: Doll Tor stone circle, Peak District National Park