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Stonehenge Entrance Ticket
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Stonehenge Entrance Ticket
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One of the most important survivals of prehistoric England, Stonehenge consists of a group of huge rough-cut stones, some more than 20 feet high, arranged in two concentric circles.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Amesbury SP4 7DE, England
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Reviewed today via mobile

There is a long hike to the actual site from the ticket office (you pay £18.50 for that!?)and the staff did not mention this to us. Though there is a a bus service, they neglected to mention that as well. After walking out the gate...More

Thank Camper402697
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited years ago when there was no visitor center nor exhibition. The exhibition is beautiful and adds much to help enjoy and appreciate the mystery and amazing building of Stonehenge. The thatched cottages and sample stone near the visitor center are also very interesting.

Thank Gloria L
Reviewed yesterday

English Heritage are ripping the people off with the big price tag to see some old stones donated by Cecil Chubb for the people. Now they are trying to close the byways and footpaths around the area so we can’t see them for free. Let’s...More

Thank colinvraptor
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We arranged to fit visiting stonehenge in with a trip to the seaside which was great as I had wanted to visit for ages. We drove past the stones on our way to the visitors centre. This was amazing, watching them loom out from over...More

Thank startsky07
Reviewed yesterday

Very interesting , informative and calming place. Staff are very helpful ad cheerful. Gift shop caters for all wallets

Thank 88dragon88
Reviewed yesterday

This, obviously, is one of the most interesting places in the United Kingdom. I had been here 45 years ago, when one could wander freely amongst the stones, and was concerned at what I had heard about restrictions (appropriate to protect everything) put in place...More

Thank NormanSantaFe
Reviewed yesterday

Just glad to get it off the bucket list after all these years. Much smaller than I expected but it was worth the 90 minute drive from London.

Thank sammied3000
Reviewed yesterday

Date of Visit: Monday, Sept 3rd, 2018 Stonehenge is one of those places everyone wants to see. I am confident it is on everyone's travel biucket list. It was on ours, that is for sure. The site is not close to London - it is...More

Thank RogueTrippers
Reviewed yesterday

Surely Stonehenge is on your bucket list. I know it was on mine, and now that I have toured it, I am SO glad I did!! First, be sure to do the free download of the English Heritage Audio Tour. It made it so simple...More

Thank hsbvim
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This attraction costs so much to get in, the information centre was pretty boring to be honest although hubby was thrilled to find he had the strength of 10 men (on the interactive stone pulling machine)!! It is a very very long walk to the...More

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12 September 2018|
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Response from EnglishHeritageTA | Property representative |
Hi, we recommend around 2 hours for a visit if you take the shuttle bus from the visitor centre to the monument. If you decide to walk instead you'll need to allow a bit longer as it's a 20-30 minute walk each way. The... More
27 August 2018|
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Response from David R | Reviewed this property |
Hard to do anything spontaneous nowadays. You have to pre-book everything and plan all in advance. Even then there are queues. Everyone gets sucked in. If you don't - be prepared for disappointment.
Natalie N
24 August 2018|
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Response from Mark h | Reviewed this property |
You can walk all the way from the centre to Stonehenge. There is a walkway parallel with the bus lane