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Stonehenge

| 2 miles West of Amesbury, Amesbury SP3 4DX, England
+44-370-333-1181
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USD 64.19*
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London to Stonehenge Shuttle Bus and Independent Day Trip
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USD 61.57*
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London to Stonehenge Independent Return Trip Including Entry
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USD 102.18*
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Day Trip to Stonehenge from Central London in Private Vehicle
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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 today

We weren't sure we would make it to Stonehenge on our trip to London. Some people seemed to think it wasn't worth it, but I had always wanted to go so we found a way, and I am so glad we did. Stonehenge is amazing,...More

Thank Yellow V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There is not much one can say about a place like this or one can go on for page after page. In short this historic monument was probably some for of place for worship and has changed shape over long long period, what you see...More

Thank paln
Reviewed yesterday

Okay, this is a site you have to see once in a lifetime, but the means to get to the site needs a tune-up. The wait to get tickets took some time, since two lines were open but traffic was undirected. It was easy for...More

Thank maryfort c
Reviewed yesterday

So, in trying to get from Dorset to Luton while avoiding a blocked M3 we ended up in Salisbury so thought a trip to Stonehenge was worth throwing in. So firstly, if you just want to see Stonehenge, you can just crawl along the A303...More

Thank Lynne B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited on Friday past, cut out the masses of tourists by going early evening, we arrived around 5pm. Fantastic time! No queues! There's a very relaxed atmosphere and almost a peaceful aura at the stones(even though there's a main road near). Car park is free...More

Thank Bout_ye_TA
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We got the Overseas English Heritage site membership before traveling so when we arrived we did not need to pay for parking and went right to the membership office, bypassing the queue. The audio tour was excellent for the site and offered more detailed information...More

Thank Kathleen C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I have wanted to see this for most of my life. Followed the advice on TripAdvisor and drove past for the free version. Glad I didn't pay to get in. Perhaps if you got real close and the sun was right it would be as...More

Thank JustJoe106
Reviewed yesterday

We had heard mixed experiences of the visit to Stonehenge from others, including from the car service driver who picked us up at Heathrow. However, we had a very magical experience with the early morning Stone Circle Access experience. We arrived at 6am, met a...More

Thank run2sea
Reviewed yesterday

Very well organised, make sure to buy your tickets in advance and online to avoid massive queues at the location. We went in the period of the summer vacations, so it was crowded. Might be a better idea to visit outside of the vacation times,...More

Thank Victor-Poonam
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We enjoyed our trip to Stonehenge. We didn't pay the outrageous fee for Seniors of $17.50 pounds each. We walked past the huts on display and headed up the road for a few hundred meters and took the walking path (National Trust Path) across fields...More

Thank Wendy E
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bodeyk123
7 August 2017|
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Response from 509christineb | Reviewed this property |
I would purchase the tickets on line because it is pretty busy and you would have to wait in queues. It is for entry and the bus shuttle to the site.
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jayantgala
21 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
16 July 2017|
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Response from Dredpool | Reviewed this property |
Don't do it, there's only so much they would know anyway. If you want to get up close go to avebury stone curcle instead
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