We went to Stonehenge in April 2018 and it was already getting full with bus loads of tourists from the UK and abroad as well as school children. We had a timed entrance which no doubt helped to spread the number on the site at any one time out considerably and yet it as still bustling. The stones need no introduction I think but we took the audio tour which besides giving the facts as far as they are known also included interviews with people with more shall we say exotic ideas as to the nature and purpose of the site. You cannot touch the stones and are kept well away but it is still possible to take good photos.
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