The true meaning of this ancient creation has been lost in time. Was it a temple for sun worship, a healing centre, a burial site or perhaps a huge calendar? How did our ancestors carry the mighty stones from so far away and then build this amazing structure? It never fails to impr...
A great idea for a day trip from London - Stonehenge! Just 90 minutes from the capital!
An audio guide is an absolute must for this tour. Pick one up! Standard headphone fit it too. Convenient
TRAVEL FACT: These well-known groups of standing stones are one of the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World.
It is best to first view the Stonehenge in silence from all angles then if you wish to use the audio tour, your own headphones will fit the jack. ☺
Get the Portkey, and go to Quidditch World Cup!!
Mystical, a true wonder of England. Also makes a great stop on the way from Kent or London to Devon & Cornwall.
Mystical, a true wonder of England. Also makes a great stop on the way from Kent or London to Devon & Cornwall.By coach from victoria station or rideing a car,don't miss it!
It is said that this site was used as a burial ground for centuries. Things that make you go hmmm...
You might be a little disappointed because the real thing looks smaller than expected but still whip out your camera-Stonehenge against a clear blue sky is very picturesque.
One of England's premier tourist attractions. Just how did they get there, and for what purpose do they stand?
Magical! Look at it from all points: you gotta see all the facets of the monument! -T.
Where the banshees live and they do live well.
If King Arthur is picketing by the entrance then why not pop over, sign the petition, have a picture taken and buy the old warhorse a coffee. White with two please.
Get the audioguide, take care if weather is not good might be chilly
Personally I don't see what the fuss is about, the stones are no where as big as you'd think. If your close by view from the road!
Site of first recorded game of intergalactic dominoes. Should have picked up after ourselves but really didn't think the humans would make such a big deal out of this.
One off the bucket list. It was freezing cold when we went there so make sure to bring a jacket, ear muffs and hand gloves.
There are over 500 ancient artistocratic graves within a 3 mile radius of stonehenge. Keep an eye out for little burrows.
Listen carefully to the audio tour and try to take in the magnitude of what these ancient people did. It's truly amazing!
entrance to the Pandorica
We arrived at 6pm couldnt enter the car park so we Just parked the car at the road side and walk across the road towards the fence. Remember to bring a portable chair or ladder to take pic. :p
Don't make this the highlight of your trip or you'll be sorely disappointed. Amazing place to visit, nonetheless.
Mystical indeed, worth to pay a visit just TO see what's all about
Smaller than I thought, drinks expensive and if you think I'm paying over 7 quid to not even touch it, you crazy mane
definitely worth the visit. be sure to do the audio tour.
Place u must visit
Make sure you listen to the audio guide. It is brilliant if you can work yourself into the mood. Time it so the sun sets 1h15 after you get in.
I loved it here. Being able to see the remnants of history is better than just reading about it
The Russian website shows pictures 'Stonehenge' has been built in 1954. Let's see this site
You can walk to the henge for free. If the entrance fee prevents you from visiting, the henge is 1.4 miles from the visitor centre. The view is more restricted then paying visitors but still worth it.
Bit pricy, but worth a visit! Take the bus next to the visitors center. Much quicker!
£14.99 to get in!!! We parked on a dirt road nearby, climbed a fence, crossed a field and got as close as the security guards would let us. Better story and it was free!
Take visitor bus
Visita guíada y audio tour alrededor del misterioso Stonehenge.
Vale a visita. Para quem gosta de história.
Все супер! 👏 только одевайтесь потеплее!!
Simplesmente encantador. No inverno ou primavera leve um bom casaco pois o vento é forte!
A ciel ouvert, le vent souffle très fort, couvrez-vous bien et surtout apportez un parapluie il y pleut souvent !
Утром друзья заволокли меня в это место, сказали, что это какая-то знаменитая достопримечательность. Очень хотел поиграть в городки с этими штуковинами, но меня оттащили.
Si visitas Londres, no puedes dejar de visitar este lugar, los tours mas cortos duran unas 5 horas.