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It was cold and rainy and WINDY, but I am still glad I went. It is smaller than I thought. The lines are long if you come with a tour. We ( I amd my 7 y/o daughter) walked from teh tour buses in the...More
This was my second trip to the “Stones” and it is still awe inspiring. It is so incredibly hard to fathom how they built this structure with the tools of the time and the distances traveled. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to see...More
We were really happy with our visit, the team there were very helpful and approachable.
We got stuck in bad traffic though on the approach and it made us 'late' for last entry as per the website, but they let us in no problem. The...More
I don’t mind the bus from the visitor center or the fact you can’t get very close to the stones. I think that keeps the stones safe and let’s you view them without cars right next to them. It’s the stones themselves that are underwhelming....More
I have to say, visiting Stonehenge was amazing and humbling. It was a great trip that I’ll remember forever. But what really inspired me to come and leave a review is the incredible staff that works there.
My friend and I traveled from the States...More
This was my third visit to Stonehenge but the first since the visitor centre opened. We came this time as my husband and son had never been before.
Even on my first trip to Stonehenge, I wasn’t that taken by it. Not because I didn’t/don’t...More
Not knowing what to find, we opted to pay the nearly 40 pounds (for 2) to roam around the visitor center and take the buss from the parking lot/visitors center to Stonehenge. Unless you just can't walk the 2 kilometers to Stonehenge, then take the...More
Nice place, we walk few minutes free instead off taking the bus.
We so families walked with kids and stroller. It's not easy for younger kids, with stops can be ok.
Its not a short distance from the parking.
Just take a pictures enjoy the...More