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Stonehenge

| 2 miles West of Amesbury, Amesbury SP3 4DX, England
+44-370-333-1181
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One of the most important survivals of prehistoric England, Stonehenge consists of a group of huge rough-cut stones, some more than 20 feet high, arranged in two concentric circles.
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  • Very good29%
  • Average14%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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| 2 miles West of Amesbury, Amesbury SP3 4DX, England
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Reviewed yesterday

We recently stopped here with our tour group. Once you get your ticket, you ride a small bus to get out to the stones. They give you a listening device so you can tour at your own pace... lots of fascinating details. You can't get...More

Thank Rachel M
Reviewed yesterday

I've never visited the pyramids of Egypt, but I'd imagine the impression left would be the same. How did ancient man manage to build this monument? The estimates are this structure began to be built about 5,000 years ago and was completed over hundreds of...More

Thank andrewbD7052CA
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I loved my visit of Stonehenge, the employees answered all my questions and I learned a lot in the museum. Good tip: go visit as early as possible in the morning. We went as soon as it opened (9am I think) and we got great...More

Thank celinepitrecool
Reviewed yesterday

I believe access to this attraction has evolved over the years. We went there on a tour and were taken by shuttle bus quite close to the stones. People were walking all over as it is surrounded by acres of open fields and I am...More

Thank Meredith H
Reviewed yesterday

This was our second visit and first since the new visitor center has been opened. That really added to the experience ... very interesting exhibition plus a cool recreation of what life was like in the local area at the time the stones were installed,...More

Thank RachelMG1
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

An outstanding historical beauty marred by the miniscule cafe set up. With a reported 1 million people visiting per year, why would you only have 4 lanes for the cafe and seating for 200? Much more work to be done if this site is to...More

Thank Mick C
Reviewed yesterday

Positives: - there's nothing quite like it and definitely one for your bucket list. - you can feel the history of the place. - shuttles take you to the site from the visitor centre and back every few minutes (it's a 5 min ride) -...More

Thank yassarahmedmd
Reviewed yesterday

I went on a day tour from London on a Monday, it wasn't crowded at all! I had the chance to explore the area and do the self guided tour. You can enjoy so much more if you learn about it before you go to...More

Thank Alexandre831
Reviewed 2 days ago

All what has been said is pretty much true. It is a little windswept, you do have to park miles away and either get a but or take a long walk from the car park but it is worth it and if a little inconvenience...More

Thank Basill_Mo
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Whilst it was wonderful to go and see the famous Stonehenge at last, we found it to be far too commercialized here. Both the shop and the cafe were overpriced and there were far too many people there and too much queuing. There was also...More

Thank Julie D
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jayantgala
20 July 2017|
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Response from Stephne A | Reviewed this property |
No idea. I was only a visitor there. Try google.
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JulietM29
15 July 2017|
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Response from ESU1000 | Reviewed this property |
The stones are roped off. I personally don't think you need a private guide the Audio tells you a lot and you do get quite close to the stones even though roped off
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Janie12
1 July 2017|
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Response from schanley54 | Reviewed this property |
Good question. Personal preference from own interest in photography would as soon as they open or close to closing to get the benefit of and long shadows as you walk around. Obviously the later in September the better for... More
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