If you travel to England, you shouldn't miss it - if only to say that you have been there and seen it. I experienced a slight disappointment in the set-up for the site - the parking, the approach, the distanced walk-around. Its all perfectly understandable given the tendency of the inconsiderate to reach out and dame or take souvenirs or spray paint (given half the opportunity) but the intimacy is lost. Even so, given the implications of the place and the context of its construction, you are not going to want to miss it. Beware of the solstice times; the place turns into a nightmare of congestion. The fee to see it was nominal. "Heritage" membership results in a reduced fee for this and other attractions.
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