The stone circle itself is impressive, and it's brilliant that you can walk amongst them properly, touch them, take photos, soak up the atmosphere. There's a bit of trekking through fields as with anything like this; I think it adds to the experience.
The museums are good for getting out of the rain, but I'm not sure they're worth having two buildings. The lower one, down by the manor and the church, is better than the one up top, and the gentleman who was working there at the time was knowledgable and enthusiastic and gave us a good talk through the exhibit and the history of the place. That was great! The exhibits themselves are okay, and the other museum is a bit of a let-down, but I was fine with paying the £4-whatever just for the lower one. The gift shops and tea room are nice, but of course the main draw is those giant stones themselves, and the feeling of something so staggeringly old.
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