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Stonehenge

Nr Amesbury, Wilts, SP4 7DE
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Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire
  • Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire
  • Stonehenge seen from above, © ENGLISH HERITAGE
  • Stonehenge at Sunset or Sunrise  © ENGLISH HERITAGE
  • Stonehenge visitor centre in Wiltshire
  • The sun shining at Stonehenge
  • A family visiting Stonehenge visitor centre

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*Stonehenge is currently closed to visitors until 3rd December*

Stonehenge stands impressively as a prehistoric monument of unique importance, a World Heritage Site, surrounded by remains of ceremonial and domestic structures - some older than the monument itself. Many of these features - earthworks, burial mounds and other circular ‘henge’ monuments - are accessible by road or public footpath. Stonehenge’s orientation on the rising and setting sun has always been one of its remarkable features. Whether this was simply because the builders came from a sun-worshipping culture, or because - as some scholars believe - the circle and its banks were part of a huge astronomical calendar, remains a mystery.

The stone circle itself forms the highlight of any visit to the World Heritage Site and is not to be missed. However, the Stonehenge Visitor Centre completes a day out at this world-famous monument. With museum-quality exhibitions showcasing many items on loan from nearby museums – the Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum as well as a changing special exhibition the interpretation and significance of Stonehenge is more detailed than ever before. You can even stand inside the incredible audio-visual 360 degree stone circle experience allowing you to get a sense of standing inside Stonehenge.

The visitor centre is complete with a spacious gift shop housing a variety of souvenirs and locally produced crafts and collectables alongside a café catering to all dietary requirements and serving up delicious rock cakes and luxury hot chocolates.  End your visit with a walk around the Neolithic Houses and speak to the knowledgeable volunteers to understand how the people of Stonehenge may have lived, and if you are feeling strong enough try pulling a replica Sarsen stone to see how you would have fared in the building of Stonehenge.

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Stone Circle Experiences

A Stone Circle Experience at Stonehenge gives you a unique opportunity to be up close to this world-famous monument and wander amongst the ancient stones. Walking between the standing and fallen stones is an awe-inspiring experience, allowing you to marvel at the incredible ingenuity required to construct this 4,500 year old monument.

The visits take place outside of our normal opening hours, most mornings and evenings. Each visit lasts for one hour, with a maximum of 30 people per session. Where a group is more than 15 people the group will be divided into two with 30 minutes within the stone circle itself and 30 minutes around it. This will be managed by your English Heritage host. 

Do you have a special event in mind, such as an anniversary, birthday or maybe a proposal of marriage in a unique location? It is possible to make a group booking or even arrange exclusive access. Find out more about Stone Circle Experiences.

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Prices

TicketartTickettarif
Adult | with donation - Adult24,08 € pro person, pro tag
Adult | without donation - Adult21,84 € pro person, pro tag
Child (5-17 years) | with donation - Child14,45 € pro person, pro tag
Child (5-17 years) | without donation - Child13,10 € pro person, pro tag
Concession | with donation - Concession21,73 € pro person, pro tag
Concession | without donation - Concession19,71 € pro person, pro tag
Family(1 adult up to 3 children) | with donation - Family38,53 € pro ticket
Family(1 adult up to 3 children) without donation - Family34,94 € pro ticket
Family(2 adults up to 3 children) with donation - Family62,61 € pro ticket
Family(2 adults up to 3 children) without donation - Family56,78 € pro ticket
Member - AdultFrei

Hinweis: Bei den Preisen handelt es sich lediglich um Richtwerte, die sich täglich ändern können.

Karte & Wegbeschreibung

Anfahrtsbeschreibungen

Nearest major road is A303. Stonehenge entrance is on A334 - accessible via A303 or A360.

Richtungen der öffentlichen Verkehrsmittel

Nearest rail station is Salisbury. Bus: The Stonehenge Tour bus from Salisbury Rail or central Salisbury.

Einrichtungen

Audiokommentar in verschiedenen Sprachen

  • Audioführer in Deutsch
  • Audioführer in Französisch
  • Audioführer in Italienisch
  • Audioführer in Japanisch
  • Audioführer in Mandarin
  • Audioführer in Niederländisch
  • Audioführer in Polnisch
  • Audioführer in Russisch
  • Audioführer in Spanisch

Barrierefreiheit

  • Toiletten für behinderte Besucher

Catering

  • Café/Restaurant/Catering vor Ort

Die wichtigsten Merkmale

  • Auf dem Land

Druckmaterial in Fremdsprachen

  • Druckmaterial in Deutsch
  • Druckmaterial in Französisch
  • Druckmaterial in Italienisch
  • Druckmaterial in Japanisch
  • Druckmaterial in Mandarin
  • Druckmaterial in Russisch
  • Druckmaterial in Spanisch

Merkmale der Einrichtung

  • Audiokommentar in verschiedenen Sprachen
  • Ganzjährig geöffnet
  • Hunde erlaubt
  • Shop/Geschäft
  • Teestube/Café
  • Toiletten

Parken und Transport

  • Busparkplatz
  • Parkplatz vor Ort

Touren und Vorführungen

  • Bildungsbesuche erlaubt

Zahlungsmethoden

  • Maestro akzeptiert
  • MasterCard akzeptiert
  • Ungefähre Aufenthaltsdauer
  • Visa akzeptiert
  • VisaDebit akzeptiert

Öffnungszeiten

An Neujahr geöffnet

*
26 Dec & 1 Jan, 10am-5pm
24-25 Dec Closed

2018 Closed days-
20th June
21st June
24th December
25th December
On the 22nd June for Summer Solstice it will not open until 11:30

Last admission is 2 hours before the advertised closing time.

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Auszeichnungen

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