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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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  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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Hours Today: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
LOCATION
Amesbury SP4 7DE, England
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+44-370-333-1181
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stonehenge is beautiful but if you aren’t listening to and understanding the history, you will just be looking at some rocks and see everything in 15 mins.. so pick up a book from the shop, audio guide, or go on a tour and I promise...More

Thank Alyssa G
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Reviewed yesterday

How can you not be amazed by this feet of engineering from 3000BC. We all drive past it on the A303, but this time we decided to plan in a visit and were not disappointed. Make sure you book your ticket in advance online, it...More

Thank AMWN
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We pre booked online and it was worth it to beat the long queue at the ticket office. We walked up to the site having a slow walk through the nearby field which had other prehistoric features related to Stonehenge, and saw it appear in...More

Thank Darren R
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I can’t believe I saw Stonehenge! The most famous prehistoric monument. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Archeologists believe it was constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. The claim was made that Stonehenge was the work of the Celtic high priests known as the Druids....More

Thank Patti2
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Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely beautiful amenities, nice staff and well set out with no crowding. Top tourist shop. You read about these interesting destinationbut until you experience them it cannot be a memory for the rest of your life.

Thank Happy_Billca
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

On our cruise we saw where the stones originated. Why were they transported so far? Quite the mystery. A little pricy but worth a visit when you do Windsor.

Thank spikenails
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

my partner took me here on a surprise trip back from london, we’re both members of the national trust so it was free for us to get in, normal prices are around £21 and upwards but what people are forgetting when writing their bad reviews...More

Thank basicxavier
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My son was doing Stonehenge in history at school so while on holiday we went to visit it discount if u have kids with disabilities

Thank jeanettelewis7
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great day out. A kind of mystique about those 5000 year stones. Really peaceful up there picnicking .Good cafe and very interesting information centre. Liked the replica thatched huts they used to live in.

Thank Jeremy h
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Reviewed yesterday

You probably think of Stonehenge being an ancient monument and even a place of worship. English Herritige, no doubt needing income, have commercialised this place to an almost uncomfortable level. An entrance more like a theme park, a shop full of Stonehenge memorabilia, a cafe...More

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HawaiiWilson
13 June 2018|
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Response from MAR-AM-UK | Reviewed this property |
No way could you do all three in a day by train... You could do ONE OF Windsor or Bath in a day by train. So you could do both on separate days. Stonehenge would be difficult by train because it is quite a long way from... More
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8Kirsty
5 June 2018|
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Response from JAugustWest | Reviewed this property |
Agree that it is doable. The queuing isn't as bad at that time of day so you will probably be OK. I recall it being more of a 7 minute ride. No idea about the beetle problem.
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8Kirsty
5 June 2018|
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Response from Hazel6sh | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kirsty 1. 45mins is sufficient. An hour would be better though to fully enjoy the visit 2. Make sure to choose the ticket option which includes the bus ticket- recommended. There’s an option for tickets which provide... More
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