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Stonehenge Entrance Ticket

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


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.
  • 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.


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Rick H
, Sep 2019
The preserved history here is amazing. Well worth seeing. Buying the ticket in advance gave peace of mind, and maybe a shorter line, but in September it wasn't overly booked. We had tickets for 1430 but arrived about 2 hours early and were allowed to go whenever we wanted. Recommend walking from the visitor center to the henge - nice flat walk through fields full of other ancient things - barrows, mounds.
Great day out
, Sep 2019
What a good day to pick to see the stones. The weather was excellent. Everything was well organised and catered for my brother in law who has a wheeler. The guide on the bus saw him coming and made sure that the right place was reserved for him.
Deborah B
, Aug 2019
It was our first time to Stonehenge. Glad we saw it. There's an energy to the place. The Landscape is amazing. There are buses that take you back and forth to the Stones. Lovely gift shop. We enjoyed our day trip to Stonehenge.
An interesting visit into history
, 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
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
, 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.
, 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
, 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
, Jul 2019
Quick service. Friendly staff. The structure remains breathtaking. Lucky for us the weather perfect and we got great pictures

Product code: 59190P1

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