It's a nice historical site to visit. My guests from Brazil thought it would be much much larger than it is for some reason. You can get close enough without a ticket. When walking towards it from the car park go left at the point where you're no longer allowed to go without a ticket and you are only 30 or 40 yards further away from it than those with tickets. They can go around a perimeter fence but can't stand within it - or couldn't when we went (4th May 2014).
Seems to be a place where English Heritage is trying to make as much money as possible. They've built a car park 1.3 miles away so that you are encouraged to buy a ticket and get the bus there. £15 per head is excessive and you don't get much for your money.
I would advise going down the dirt track right next to it, parking up, looking at it for 10 mins and leaving. We went to the car park, had to pay £5 (refundable if you buy a ticket) and then had to walk 1.3 miles there and back. To get to the dirt track, if coming from London, go past Stonehenge to the roundabout, go back on yourself at the roundabout and go down the dirt track on the left, you will have seen it on the way there but there is a 'no right turn sign'.
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