Stonehenge is a prehistoric ancient monument, a henge of standing stones placed in a circle, on the Wiltshire Plain. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.


One of England's most iconic monuments, Stonehenge has certainly stood the test of time. Visiting Stonehenge is an unforgettable experience. Follow in the footsteps of Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors as you explore the iconic stone circle and its surrounding prehistoric monuments at this World Heritage Site. Discover more about the story of the circle and its people in our visitor centre exhibition. Explore the replica Neolithic houses and learn how the builders of Stonehenge might have lived. Enjoy a tasty meal in the café or bring a picnic to eat in the stunning Wiltshire landscape. There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy, including a changing special exhibition programme and activities for children during the school holidays.


Where: Salisbury SP4 7DE, United Kingdom

Getting there: It takes between 2 and 4 hours to travel from London to Stonehenge and you can access the World Heritage site by train, bus or car.

Entry Information: Open 364 days a year (closed Christmas Day), prices vary depending on time of visit.