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Stonehenge

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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
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Amesbury SP4 7DE, England
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Reviewed today

We visited Stonehenge on a beautiful warm autumn day and it was very busy. You pay for the car park (but it is free for National trust members) and then join a long queue for tickets but if you are members there is a separate...More

Thank Sheilambutcher
Reviewed yesterday

You have to pay to park but you can walk to the stones from the car park and see the stones for free - no one at the national trust tells you this! Don't waste your money on a bus ride! Its not even 2...More

Thank kwilliams202018
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thanks for your review. Parking charges apply at peak times and are refundable on purchase of an admission ticket. National Trust England members get free entry to Stonehenge so can take the bus or walk as they prefer. If you choose to walk it's 1.4...More

Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a beautiful historical place! As National trust members we got free entrance and parking. We booked for 10am so it was quiet for a Saturday and we did the stones before it got too busy. The stones are in an open field with nothing...More

Thank Nicole2701
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for your review. I'm so pleased you enjoyed your visit. As you'll have seen, the landscape all around Stonehenge is covered in Bronze Age barrows, which shows how important a place it was at the time. The site can be quite cold in...More

Reviewed yesterday via mobile

As a kid, I was always intrigued, mystified by this sanctuary, and vowed to go there, one day. Turns out that the Mrs. had a similar experience too. So, we took our 5 kids for an Inner Circle Private Tour arranged through a company, before...More

Thank RocknRodV
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Sounds like you had an amazing time. Thanks so much for the review.

Reviewed yesterday

We came to visit because our daughters class is doing a project on the stone age. We had free entrance thanks to our membership cards, which is good as otherwise it would have been quite an expensive day out. The visitor centre and stone age...More

Thank MattW3535
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thanks for your review. I hope your daughter got the information she needed for her project. Just to let you know there's lots of historical information about Stonehenge on our website too which she might find useful.

Reviewed yesterday

My daughter is learning about the Stone Age and was keen to go to Stonehenge to learn more. We booked online as advised and despite a queue it didn’t take that long to get to the front to swap our print out for a wrist...More

Thank Anna L
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for your review. I'm sorry you didn't feel the experience was suitable for families. We do have children's activities but usually only in the school holidays. There's not usually a long wait for buses and yours is the second comment I've seen from...More

Reviewed yesterday

Only seen from the roadside as i was passing and in the area at the time, looks interesting but would go back in the summer months for a proper viewing.Looked very busy with tourists.

Thank bloodrunner
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

It's definitely worth a visit. We have a visitor centre with an exhibition, Neolithic village, shop and cafe. Plus you can walk down to the monument or take a bus through the prehistoric landscape. Hope to see you there soon.

Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited Stonehenge as part of an organized tour. We were each given a hand set where we would put in a number (as indicated on signs along the way) to hear about the site. Sometimes there was additional information to listen to if we...More

Thank TravelPanda99
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for your review and I'm glad to hear you enjoyed your visit.

Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a pretty popular tourist stop, so be prepared for lots of people. I found it an interesting experience, But some what of a let down, its a pretty bland setting, just a big open field.More

Thank Andy D
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for your review, I'm glad you found the experience interesting. It would be good to know why the builders of Stonehenge chose this spot to build their monument. It must have been important to them for some reason. Did you see the Bronze...More

Reviewed 3 days ago

Stonehenge is a fascinating site to see in person. You have to park in a central area and then take a bus "to the Stones" (that's what it says on the bus!). Or you can walk - do the walk... it's not challenging and a...More

Thank ohCda99
EnglishHeritageTA, Public Relations Manager at Stonehenge, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for your review. I'm glad you enjoyed your visit.

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Patrick R
October 14, 2018|
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Response from george45 | Reviewed this property |
What the hell on you on?
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Randell G
October 3, 2018|
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Response from EnglishHeritageTA | Property representative |
I'm afraid we don't have luggage storage facilities at Stonehenge. I would suggest you contact Salisbury Tourist Information Centre who will be able to advise you.
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Randell G
October 3, 2018|
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Response from Susan H | Reviewed this property |
Sorry no idea. Left my luggage at London hotel.
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