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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Not as impressive as Stonehenge but still worth a look it gives a real sense f what the area was like 4000 years ago.

Thank Paul D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stumbled upon this attraction looking for a pub to have lunch in. What an interesting place, completely understated compared to Stonehenge about a mile up the road but I found it much more interesting. There's some information posted around the site and more information on...More

Thank Zoe B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Without a guide, I'm not sure this would be worth visiting. Our bus tour to Stonehenge stopped by here on the way, and we got an overview of the history associated with this site and the field next to it. Without that history though, this...More

Thank ckassotis
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

our bus had to take a detour so we got to see woodhenge aswell as Stonehenge, Great and amazing. very impressed.

Thank silent_21
Reviewed 7 May 2017

There really isn't much to see here at all, I wouldn't make the trip here out of my way to see this alone. We saw it due to incorporating it into our walk where we viewed Salisbury hill, west kennet long barrow and avebury stone...More

Thank Chloe B
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Jyst help your self. Nk entry charge, some parking just off main road, and less than a mile fromA303. Cold on windy days as exposed site. Panels give background information. Durrington walls viewed from same location

Thank asterix_et_oblelix
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

For me this visit to the grouping of Neolithic sites Woodhenge, Durrington Walls and the Cuckoo Stone gave an overall picture of how people lived and used these historic sites as part if their everyday lives and how they are connected to Stonehenge. This gave...More

Thank J C
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

We decided to visit as we had just been to stone henge. While we didn't stay more than ten minutes it was an experience if nothing else. The wood has been replaced with small stone stumps and there is an information board. It was nice...More

Thank A-Little-Romantic
Reviewed 22 April 2017

This is a must, it pre dates Stonehenge and is in the same location as the site of the people who probably built Stonehenge. Its such a pity that the wooden posts that marked the actual site of the original holes had to be removed...More

Thank PaulDH2011
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Although I didn't expect huge wooden poles to still be standing after 2300BC I certainly didn't expect them to have been reproduced (?) by small concrete posts. Car parking was poor and I wouldn't advise anyone to go out of their way to visit this...More

Thank GillyT
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