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Stonehenge Entrance Ticket

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Amesbury, United Kingdom
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1 to 2 hours (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English
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1 to 2 hours (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English

Description

Head to Stonehenge with a prebooked ticket in hand, and admire the UNESCO-listed stone circle and visitor center at a time that suits you. The prehistoric site is so popular that a timed-entry system is... More
Head to Stonehenge with a prebooked ticket in hand, and admire the UNESCO-listed stone circle and visitor center at a time that suits you. The prehistoric site is so popular that a timed-entry system is in place, and if you arrive at a busy moment you may find yourself waiting to enter. This prebooked ticket lets you select your preferred time in advance; just turn up on time and go straight in.

Highlights

  • Book your entry online and discover Stonehenge’s history at your own pace
  • Pick a start time ahead of your visit to minimise waiting time at the site
  • Visit the Stonehenge visitor center to check out interactive exhibits and info
  • Chat to volunteers to hear tales of Stonehenge mystery while you explore

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

This advance admission ticket lets you select your prefferred arrival time to save hours waiting in line.

What To Expect

Summary

Visit: Stonehenge, Amesbury SP4 7DE England

Perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, Stonehenge was built in several stages: the first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000
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Visit: Stonehenge, Amesbury SP4 7DE England

Perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, Stonehenge was built in several stages: the first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period about 2500 BC. In the early Bronze Age many burial mounds were built
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Visit: Stonehenge, Amesbury SP4 7DE England

Perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, Stonehenge was built in several stages: the first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period about 2500 BC. In the early Bronze Age many burial mounds were built nearby. Today, along with Avebury, it forms the heart of a World Heritage Site, with a unique concentration of prehistoric monuments.

On the site itself, there is plenty to see and do for visitors. Iconic symbol of Britain, a walk around the Stone Circle is the centrepiece of any visit to the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. With a history spanning 4,500 years Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today. It is a wonder of the world, a spiritual place and a source of inspiration. You will wander around the Neolithic houses outside the visitor center, step inside to imagine how people lived 4,500 years ago, chat with the volunteers and discover how the houses were built using authentic materials and techniques, based on the evidence of dwellings found nearby.

You can also experience the Stonehenge landscape through time with the interactive map. You will see how the environment changed before, during and after the time of Stonehenge, and click on features to learn more about this incredible prehistoric area. Also be sure to watch the seasons pass and take a trip through time with the incredible audio-visual 360 degree view from inside the stones, in the visitor center.

The Stone Circle is a masterpiece of engineering, and building it would have taken huge effort from hundreds of well-organized people using only simple tools and technologies. Visit Stonehenge to find out more!

What's Included

Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure & Return

Departure Point

Stonehenge Visitor Centre

Return Details

Returns to original departure point

Before You Book

The fine print

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Please select a 30-minute time slot for your preferred time of arrival at the time of booking
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Cancellation Policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.


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Reviews by Viator travelers
An interesting visit into history
N2000DBbillm
, Aug 2019
A pleasant walk over the ancient grounds with interesting things to see along the way. The stones themselves were awe inspiring. The provision of shuttle bus options were very good. The gift shop and cafe are poorly designed and did not cope well with the volume of visitors
Overpriced
Julian B
, Aug 2019
At £19 very disappointing value for money. You can get a very clear (and free) view of the stones from surrounding roads. Around £5/6 would be a fair price as the accompanying exhibit is also disappointing.
£19 adult, bit much
Uzz1
, Jul 2019
Get there early to take nice pictures and soak up the history and hopefully if you’re lucky the weather will good too. Wear appropriate attire if you want to walk around and see the other neolithic rocks. The other thing was the pricing, it is high and after 11am its so busy and the queue to getting your ticket will be incredibly long. If you know the area, live close by or know someone who does, you probably could park there and literally walk it to see the monument (and not pay). The only person who asked to see our ticket was the bus driver... Other than that, the information on the audio is fascinating and i would definitely recommend renting those.
Stonehenge
jstewart8301
, Jul 2019
If you are not in good physical condition you should take the bus down to the stones and back. It was difficult for me to walk p.
Expensive view
sarah68hill
, Jul 2019
Stonehenge was amazing, just a shame it is so expensive,especially when you visit the cafe as well. The exhibition was also disappointing,when busy you can’t really get to read things.
Not Recommended
Adam K
, Jul 2019
In my opinion, Stonehenge is a rip-off and on behalf of the English community here in England, I apologise to all tourists for this. Not so long ago you could park your car next to the stones and have a picnic on one of them - no souvenir shops, crowds or anything! Now you have to pay £19 ahead on the Internet or £23 on the gate to get bused from a carpark some five miles away with only standing space to the stones. You get there, walk around them (no touching please!), and get bused back. I would suggest visiting Avebury which is twenty-two miles away. Many more Neolithic stones around an entire village with a Neolithic ditch. Also, a nice pub in the centre of the village where you can admire the stones. Only £3 for parking and free entry to the stones. Also, nearby is Kennet Long Barrow, Silbury Hill (look up on Google) and the White Horse on the side of the hill created by Neolithic man. Best of all, entrance to these attractions is FREE! Stonehenge is simply as a result of the Discovery Channel and nothing more. It is interesting but not in the way it is now. Sorry! Don't visit and save your money.
My 3rd visit but still awesome
Navigator798225
, Jul 2019
Quick service. Friendly staff. The structure remains breathtaking. Lucky for us the weather perfect and we got great pictures
Worth going to!
Priscilla T
, Jul 2019
My family and I were visiting from Washington DC, taying with my best friend in Bristol and decided to tour Stonehenge. It is such a beautiful and historic place. You can download the app on your phone to listen to the self guided tour. The cafe is nice and bathrooms are clean too.
Amazing!!
Fearless17724309876
, Jun 2019
The stones are unbelievably amazing. We are glad that it is preserved for future generations. Our pre booked tickets were acknowledged and we were admitted with no hassles despite our default time of entry is .0930 hours. Good on you!
Go early! We were there at 9.00 am...
Nanny of the Wetwipes
, Jun 2018
Go early! We were there at 9.00 am and there were hardly any crowds but by the time we finished about 11 am it was so busy. Always remember to get the headphones, gives a great commentary and a must for the visit. The museum is worth spending time in but go after you go to the stones. I can remember many many years ago we were there with the children and just walked through the paddock to the stones - how things have changed!

Product code: 59190P1