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Obviously because of the Covid-19 we arrived and told you had to pre-book which I found extreme frustrating having travelled many miles to visit Stonehenge. Fortunately we had decided to visit early on our holiday and were able to book online that night for the following day. It is some 40 years since I last went to Stonehenge and how has it changed. Now there is a wealth of information with guides who are only to happy to answer any questions.
Very well organised during Covid restrictions. Good parking facilities, toilets and refreshments. Walking to the site is the best option for able people although the paths laid out are a bit uneven and makes way for uncomfortable walking some of the way. Taking the shuttle bus is worth it as it is a bit of a walk. Glad you can get close enough for close up photos.
Absolutely enjoyed the walk on a beautiful September day, to the stones from the centre. People were eating picnics and having fun by the stones. Very joyful lots of energy at the stones. After got the bus back to the restaurant and had a nice cool drink. Lovely day out.
Obviously it is now out of season, but there was loads of parking. One had the chance to walk to the site, but there were frequent bases laid on as part of the entry ticket. Beautiful area. Loads of explanation and museum very good.
It was a sunny but windy day but the walk to the stone circle was refreshing and interesting to see the lay out of the area. The stones seemed to hold mystery and the exhibition helped to explain why they where there