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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,646 reviews

Amazing, the visitor site was clean light and open the staff are very friendly and helpful. I have a problem with my left leg so the shuttle buses were a welcome relief as the walk is approximately 30 minutes. The walk around the stones gave different views and the walkway so that you could get closer was great. I wish I had gone at a time when you were able to touch the stones as I’m aware that the temperature of each stone is different. I was not aware that you are able to take dogs though they cannot go in the inner area, which in a way defeats going unless one holds the dog whilst the other spend the time within the area to view the stones. The museum was extremely interesting and I was amazed at what I learnt , not just about Stonehenge but about the time line of other historic sites, the date of Michu pitchu was a surprise. The gift shop sold alot of interesting gifts and souvenirs not just about Stonehenge, there was something for everyone and good value.

Everyone knows Stonehenge, so no need to describe it! The commentary downloaded onto phones worked well, and meant you could move along at your own pace and not have to crowd around information boards. It will be more atmospheric when they finally move, or put into a tunnel, the busy road nearby. The museum contained fascinating objects, and skeletons, excavated from the site. We lunched there too. It was pretty good value and the food was excellent.

you get a great audio guide on your phone for free, the bus drops you off at two points so you can explore the whole area. you get closer to the stones than i remember :)

Excellent, easy, interesting and plenty of information available. Great staff, friendly and helpful

very interesting, fascinating and wonderful experience