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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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Amesbury SP4 7DE, England
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Reviewed today via mobile

It was nice. That's the best that i cab day about it. Honestly, it was nothing special. I don't think that seeing Stonehenge in person provided any additional value and there are tons of tourists.

Thank Hai C
Reviewed today via mobile

My wife and I visited Stonehenge as part of a bus tour which visited Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge. Apparently we were lucky to visit on a sunny day with little or no wind, which is quite the exception to normal conditions there. We walked...More

Thank Robert B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stonehenge is a world heritage site and is totally awesome to see, crowds or no crowds so do not be put off. Easy to find if self driving, on the A303 and follow the brown signs for Stonehenge and free parking. At the carpark is...More

Thank rayrest
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The landscape is stunning. Stonehenge is really crowded so plan carefully the rest of your day accordingly.

Thank Maria O
Reviewed yesterday

Visiting Stonehenge is part of my bucket list and I am lucky to be able to see this World Heritage site during my lifetime. I felt I came back in time during the Neolithic age. Each stones standing 13 feet high are unique and with...More

Thank chuawill09
Reviewed yesterday

Went as part of a tour for the autumn equinox. Got to the stones for sunrise. We were able to walk up to the stones, touch them, hug them, whatever. It was fascinating and I would do it again but only if I had the...More

Thank amyt8313
Reviewed yesterday

I felt somewhat embarrassed yesterday by the experience at Stonehenge. I was entertaining a few Australians and where better to take them than to one of the oldest structures in the world. While the site may be pre-historic, there should be no need for the...More

Thank Probexxx
Reviewed 2 days ago

Having researched and discovered you can book sessions (before and after official opening hours) to visit the stones and walk amongst them, we did. It does cost more than usual ticket price and has to be done over the phone. Be advised I had to...More

Thank Sally N
Reviewed 3 days ago

While it’s interesting to see, it’s no longer possible to walk within it as I did many years ago. Also, it was very crowded, and the museum was not that interesting. But it is an icon an interesting to visit if you’re in the neighborhood.

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Reviewed 4 days ago

My wife and I were on a Gate1 tour of England and Scotland and Stonehenge was one of the stops. Our bus got to Stonehenge early in the day before the crowds and we parked in the bus parking lot to be picked up by...More

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IonaM111
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
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MissM155
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.
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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
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