Visiting Stonehenge

Salisbury Cathedral

Best ways to get from Salisbury to Stonehenge

Its a common request and there are lots of ways to get from Salisbury to Stonehenge - you can go by bus, walk, taxi, tour or public bus. So below you can find all the help you need to see Stonehenge while you are visiting Salisbury. Of course while you are in Salisbury you shouldn't [...]

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People close to Stonehenge

Can I touch the stones at Stonehenge?

You can touch the stones at Stonehenge, but only if you are on an early morning or late evening private access tour of Stonehenge. These tours are before Stonehenge opens to the public, or after it has closed and are more expensive that standard tours and there is no guide to support you. In order [...]

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Southampton Cruise Port Terminal

Seeing Stonehenge from Southampton Cruise Terminal

Almost 2 million people a year embark or disembark from Southampton Cruise Terminal, many of them wishing to see some of the sights of the UK as part of their Cruise! So what is the best way to see Stonehenge in a day from Southampton Cruise Terminal, giving you time to see the famous stones [...]

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Child visiting Stonehenge

The Cheapest Way To See Stonehenge From London

This is one of the most popular questions we get from visitors to London who are on a budget, but who want to get out of London and see Stonehenge but without spending too much money. So below we outline the different ways you can visit Stonehenge from London and ultimately the best way to [...]

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Child visiting Stonehenge

Visiting Stonehenge With Children – what you can expect!

Visiting Stonehenge is a fantastic day out to do with the kids, and the attraction has it all. From a history that’ll have their imaginations running riot, to plenty of space to enjoy your visit your own way and more mystery than your average Harry Potter film, Stonehenge is perfect for that family adventure. What [...]

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Stonehenge at sunset

Great Walks Near and Around Stonehenge

Stonehenge is situated slap bang in the middle of some of Britain’s finest hiking country. Indeed, Wiltshire’s gently undulating moorland, its wealth of other historic sites and landmarks, and its plethora of great pubs and country eateries, make it an excellent place to enjoy a country trek. This article details four of the best hikes [...]

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Stonehenge Tours at sunset

Why take the time to visit Stonehenge?

Stonehenge is probably Britain’s most fascinating landmark and a renowned World Heritage Site. Dating back some five thousand years it holds an ancient history and has been the constant topic of great debate and supposition for years. The Stonehenge that can be seen today was completed around five thousand years ago but underwent at least [...]

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Stonehenge Close Up

How to see Stonehenge for free

Ever year over a million tourists flock to see Stonehenge and each of them paying for the privilege. Some will take day trips from London to Stonehenge just to see the stones with a private driver and guide, while others will see it as part of a tour of other popular destinations including places such [...]

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Inside Roman Baths

Three Must See Places in the City Of Bath

Bath is a stunning city in the South West of England with a rich history and beautiful streets and houses. You wont be disappointed by the array of attractions on offer, and this is backed up by the many tours that take tours from London all throughout the year to see this wonderful but different [...]

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Stonehenge at sunset

A brief history of Stonehenge

As we already know, Stonehenge is one of the most important and magnificent of per-historic monuments in the UK, it has attracted visitors over the thousands of years it has been around and in 2011 it attracted over 800,000 Visitors who actually paid to enter into the fenced area, more than 200,000 people viewed Stonehenge [...]

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