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Stonehenge Family Ticket provided by Stonehenge

Stonehenge Family Ticket
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With your timed-entry family ticket for up to 2 adults and 3 children, walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. Explore the ancient landscape on foot and step inside the Neolithic Houses to discover the tools and objects of everyday Neolithic life. Visit the world-class exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and come face to face with a 5,500 year-old man.
Know before you go
  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Know before you go
  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Need help booking?
Call the number below and use the product code: 59190P3
Call +60 392125427
Important information
Inclusions
  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Stonehenge
Exclusions
  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/from attractions
Duration
1–2 hours
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Please note: The family pass is valid for two adults and up to three other family members living at the same address and under 16 years of age
  • Please select a 30-minute time slot for your preferred time of arrival at the time of booking
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers
Inclusions
  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Stonehenge
Exclusions
  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/from attractions
Duration
1–2 hours
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Please note: The family pass is valid for two adults and up to three other family members living at the same address and under 16 years of age
  • Please select a 30-minute time slot for your preferred time of arrival at the time of booking
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers
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4.5
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juliarodman
Aberdeen, UK184 contributions
Great to see in person
Jul 2021
Pre-booked our tickets on the morning of our visit, then collected them socially distanced from the outside kiosk. All very friendly and covid compliant. The exhibition centre was really interesting with lots of modern displays. We walked up to the stones, roughly 30 minutes, very pretty on a nice day (just a moaning teenager...) It was lovely to see the stones in person; although grumpy teen compared them to Jenga for cavemen. Due to grumpy teen, we took the shuttle bus back to the centre. Again very covid compliant with a lady wiping down surfaces between passengers. Interesting trip, albeit a bit pricey.
Written 13 July 2021
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Nirmal K
Dorchester, UK4 contributions
Mysterious yet Beautiful
Jun 2021
A prehistoric monument, full of mystery. One of the wonder of the world. This place is amazingly peaceful, clean and happy place. Amazing experience... Beautiful...
Written 21 June 2021
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Thank you for your lovely review.
Written 22 June 2021
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Kirsty Spencer
Tipton, UK33 contributions
Amazing.
Jun 2021 • Family
This is such an amazing experience for any history buff! You first arrive at the visitor centre and can either take a 30 minute walk to the stones or take a 5 minute shuttle. There is a roped area that takes you around the stones, which gets you fairly close towards the end. There's a lot of information dotted around to help you learn the history of the stones.

The visitor centre has an indoor museum with a lot more history to learn. Totally worth the visit.
Written 5 June 2021
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Kirsty
Exeter, UK11 contributions
Great piece of history, but a lot of money for a couple of hours
Jun 2021
We had a great time. I didn't realise they had moved the car park since I went, years ago! It's now a 30-45 minute walk from the car park, or you can take the shuttle bus. I would have loved walking through the fields and woods but my kids were feeling lazy. The stones looked glorious in the sunshine and we sat on the grass for our picnic to take it all in. back at the visitor centre there were some half term activities, which were fun and engaging for adults and children alike.
I used my national trust membership, but wouldn't want to pay so much for a couple of hours. My only real disappointment was in how many people they were packing onto the bus considering we're meant to be social distancing and city buses have to limit numbers.
Written 4 June 2021
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harryafc
london6 contributions
lovely day out!
Jun 2021
lovey views, the exhibition before and the experiences with the show and the games were really good! the walk there is 25-30 mins long so beware with kids who are young! once there the views are amazing and lots of opps for pics! the bus back was welcomed!! really enjoyed this and parking was easy, traffic on route obviously!
Written 3 June 2021
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ShaunH290
London, UK1,515 contributions
The Prehistoric Site in the UK!
Oct 2020
With over 14,000 reviews on this site at the time of writing, there is little new to say. Stonehenge is the premier prehistoric site in the UK and a World Heritage Site, too. The stones themselves are iconic, but only really worth visiting on your way passed, going to somewhere else. However, the Visitor Centre has added a great deal of value since we visited last, probably 20 years ago.

If you had not figured out the changes in that time, they include passing the stones on the way from London to a car park where you board a bus to take you to the stones. You can walk - but it was rainy and quite windy when we went, and our teenage daughter just wanted to get around ASAP! There are guides to ask, even in the rain, and we would have spoken much longer to the lady who told us lots about the latest research if the weather had been better!

The ring of fifty-six (56) Aubrey holes are named after the seventeenth-century antiquarian John Aubrey. When he visited in 1666, Aubrey noticed five circular cavities in the ground and noted them in his records. It is not even certain that the holes named after him were the same things. Their purpose and origin are still argued. That seems to sum up prehistoric archaeology!
Written 6 November 2020
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John S
London, UK36 contributions
Great morning out
Really amazing to be amongst the stones - well worth taking the guided tour. Our guide Chris was excellent.
Written 29 October 2020
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Businessclassplease
Grantham, UK217 contributions
Over 4000 years of history
Oct 2020 • Family
Great place to visit and spend s couple of hours. My first visit for 50 years. Well organised and the free audio guide (download before going to the site) is very useful and informative. A good exhibition is also available but the stone circle is the star of the show.
Written 29 October 2020
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Don't leave it so long next time - we're always happy to see you here!!
Written 2 November 2020
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Stay2020UK
2 contributions
Well worth a visit
Oct 2020
Well worth the visit. Lovely walk from the Visitor Centre.
Very impressed with the experts on hand. They were extremely knowledgeable and interesting and great with the kids.
Written 27 October 2020
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Alison G
York, England, United Kingdom688 contributions
Fascinating stop off
Oct 2020 • Family
Like many people we stopped off here on our way to the south west. We're National Trust members so we're able to get in "free" as part of our membership, happy days. We booked the earliest slot, 9.30am, and it was lovely and quiet, hardly anyone there! We enjoyed the walk over to the stones, nice to get some fresh air, and there was a lovely sense of anticipation. We decided to head straight there and look at the visitor centre after, to enjoy the stones in relative quiet before more people arrived. The stones themselves are incredible and we felt we could get close enough. It was very wet and our daughter was cold by the time we'd done that so we hopped on the shuttle bus back to the visitor centre which was not busy and had a nice chap making sure social distance was maintained - in fact all the staff we spoke to were friendly and helpful, and most of them were getting wet! We popped in the cafe for hot drinks, again not too busy, then looked at the exhibition which we thought was excellent and really helped us make sense of what we'd seen. Car park was full by the time we left around 12.30 so glad we got there early!
Written 25 October 2020
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By: Stonehenge
Elaine N
Elaine N
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Stone circle experience
As a child I frequently visited Stonehenge and climbed over the stones, now in order to protect them you view them
4ellos
4ellos
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Excellent!
First visit to Stonehenge and we loved it. The visitor centre is fascinating and the stones are a sight to behold.
treveley2018
treveley2018
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Amazing as always
Always a lovely trip whenever we get the chance to visit. As usual staff are all friendly, welcoming and full of wo
Turtle5954
Turtle5954
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Fab
Not been for 40 years or so, stones hardly changed of course. Visitor experience has with the big visitor centre an
GAlsager
GAlsager
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A Must See
Stonehenge is an absolute must see but you can't get into the centre and touch the stones so there is something lim
Jo B
Jo B
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VIP tour - worth every penny - amazing experience
We did the VIP tour and so we wer able to go inside the stone circle and get up clsoe and personal with the stones.
MewWoof1
MewWoof1
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Worth the ticket price in so many ways
Go to the visitor center!! It may be tempting to park on the dirt road close to Stonehenge but you miss so much, in
soundgesture
soundgesture
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English Heretics!!!
Having previously seen the stones on a solstice when you didn't have to pay £20 to park, I was massively disappoint
DrMalc
DrMalc
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Close by..so detoured
Well. I was near and thought long and hard about how to see these stones. We decided that if we had time we would u
Helen E
Helen E
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Majestic
My friend and I booked the after opening hours experience which gives you access into the Stone circle. The tour wa
Peter S
Peter S
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The VIP experience, the only option. Worth every penny it cost.
We visited today on the VIP experience can't rate it highly enough. The chance to walk freely amongst the stones wi
J301IHlaurenp
J301IHlaurenp
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Cool Stones + Friendly Crows!
It was nice and much taller than we thought. Make sure to feed the crows if you wanna feel like Odin. - Jakub Amaz
John R
John R
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superb conducted walk among stones
Courteously and helpfully received by Security Staff at gate. Given info about toilets, cafe and gift shop and advi
RJeyam
RJeyam
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Overpriced entry
Not worth for overpriced entry ticket!! There are plenty of spot you can park for free and walk along on gravel ro
Sellest
Sellest
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Well worth a visit
The last time I came here was for a Stonehenge festival in the early ‘80’s! Since then I have often seen them whil