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| 2 miles West of Amesbury, Amesbury SP3 4DX, England
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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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| 2 miles West of Amesbury, Amesbury SP3 4DX, England
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Reviewed yesterday

My friends insisted to visit Stonehenge but I had doubts that it will be boring.I have to say I'm positively disappointed it's a very well organized and properly presented attraction. The admission fee is pricey (£16.5) but with National Trust membership I did not need...More

Thank Epidhu
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stonehenge site well worth a visit . Book online for quicker transition through the queues. We then had the misfortune to visit the onsite cafe. The sandwiches atrocious. Wet soggy and so expensive !! Shocked at the price and quality it was like prison food...More

Thank Rita J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

So our daughter really wanted to see Stonehenge when we started planning our U.K. trip. I was skeptical. It is such a famous site, it would be crowded and hard to really get a sense of the history because of the present crowds. I was...More

Thank APM1919
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Now expensive and fully overshadowed by commercialism. Such a shame for a public owned monument overtaken by capitalism. We travelled some distance out of our scheduled journey and to be disappointed. Stonehenge itsself and the intrigue that goes with it is very interesting. But be...More

Thank brightonwayne
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A true wonder, unfortunately it was not built by aliens but believed to be a burial ground during that time. Still fascinating though, a must see when in London. If you are on a tour they will roughly give you less than 2 hours to...More

1  Thank Alex D
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

4 of us visited midweek. It was busy but not crowded. The visitor centre was interesting but not particularly well set out. I was a tad disappointed and felt more could have been made of the myths and legends associated with the stones as well...More

Thank Smileydeb
Reviewed 3 days ago

Absolutely loved being able to visit Stonehenge. The staff were lovely, made a real effort to help us especially when I realised I had gone to the wrong point to collect my tickets. The neolithic village is amazing and having staff in one of the...More

Thank Laura_Manchester
Reviewed 3 days ago

I first visited Stonehenge many years ago, when there was unrestricted access, and have always wanted to go back. We were staying in the area, so decided to visit, being English Heritage members access was free. It's quite expensive to visit if you're not an...More

1  Thank aramis
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Just like any other tourist spots in UK, the fees are moderately expensive. In Stonehenge you should expect to see a well presented historic site and exhibition, where you can see and learn about stonehenge. I drove from London and fortunately traffic wasn't bad at...More

Thank Amanda G
Reviewed 3 days ago

This site is not near anything else... except a major highway that is relatively close. Get the audio guide and enjoy the learning experience. There are two parking lots, one for cars and the other for tour busses. Your entrance fee will get you use...More

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I just landed from SFO flight today and arrived at Salisbury late today on 6/20, totally unaware that is the summer solstice and it would be closed tomorrow! That's our original plan and now it is a big disappointment as we cannot change our travel plans and need to move to a different hotel in Oxford tomorrow night! The receptionist at our hotel told us tickets are sold out and we won't be able to get in! Not giving up, I am poking around for more information myself to see if we can just drive there for the sunrise tomorrow at 4am. Seems like it is possible, need to pay 15GBP parking?! But will we find parking? Or is there bus from Salisbury to Stonehenge through out the night? Any prompt info would be appreciated. Really want to try and with the jet lag, may be perfect!!
20 June 2017|
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Response from d2016h | Reviewed this property |
Yikes...what a disappointment. I was there last week and saw that people were already getting ready for the summer solstice celebrations. You can see it from the road when you drive by so maybe console yourself with that... More
when is the best time to go in June
4 June 2017|
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Response from DIANA A | Reviewed this property |
I would say mid june when the weather picks up and during the week, less traffic
My mom and I will be visiting Stonehedge in mid-July. I'm seeing that we can pre-purchase entrance tickets, but I'm not sure that we'll need to. Should we order them now or can we wait and get them at the gate?
12 May 2017|
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Response from Rachitha A | Reviewed this property |
There was only one person ahead of us on the day we went. I think it depends on the day you're hoping to go and the weather. You can download the audio guide to your mobile for free of charge via their app and remember to... More