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Stonehenge tickets and tours

According to mock-metal band Spinal Tap, Stonehenge was built by ancient British people the druids. “Nobody knows who there were, or what they were do...

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Castle & palace tours

Explore the rich history of Windsor Castle, Oxford and Stonehenge on this full-day tour from London. Your trip includes entrances and a lunc...

Duration
10 hours
Available in: English
Guided Visit
£ 92.09
Day trips & excursions

Enjoy an up-close experience of Stonehenge and Bath on this full-day tour from London. Your trip includes entrances and a lunch pack to help...

Duration
12 hours
Available in: English
£ 438.43
Bus tours

Stonehenge The most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stonehenge stands alone in the vast empt...

Duration
11 hours
£ 70.07
History & heritage tours

At sunrise these special tours begin with a drive to Stonehenge followed by Lacock and Bath while in the evening they follow the reverse. At...

Validity
Flexible
Available in: English
£ 135.13
Bus tours

On this tour, you'll head straight for Stonehenge –– the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. Come and marvel at the huge 40-ton ...

Duration
11 hours, 15 minutes
£ 101.10
Bus tours

What better way to enjoy the highlights of London than on-board a vintage 1950s Routemaster bus with a live professional guide? Enjoy great ...

Validity
Flexible
Available in: English
£ 68.07
Bus tours

Enjoy a day out on this full-day tour of Bath & Stonehenge from London. Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge, a U...

Duration
12 hours
Available in: English
£ 58.06
Attractions & monuments

Your timed admission ticket to Stonehenge gives you access to one of the world's most fascinating prehistoric sites as well as entry to the ...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
£ 16.32
Day trips & excursions

Take a relaxing trip from London and visit both Stonehenge and Bath in one day. You’ll encounter the beautiful English countryside and see m...

Duration
13 hours
Available in: English
£ 99.10
Castle & palace tours

Travel to Windsor Castle, Oxford and Stonehenge with this full-day excursion from London. Entrances and lunch are not included, giving you t...

Duration
11 hours
Available in: English
£ 58.06
Bus tours

Over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you at Windsor Castle, perched high above the River Thames just outside London. From William...

Duration
13 hours, 15 minutes
Available in: English
£ 105.10
Bus tours

The most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and now a world heritage site, Stonehenge stands alone in the vast empty tract of Salisbu...

Duration
6 hours
£ 49.05

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The inside story

According to mock-metal band Spinal Tap, Stonehenge was built by ancient British people the druids. “Nobody knows who there were, or what they were doin’” goes the song “Stonehenge.” Whoever built it around 3000 years ago left no written records, and historians have never agreed how or why it was built. Some believe it was a giant clock to measure the summer and winter solstices. Others believe it was a healing place.

One of the main mysteries is how the ancient builders moved such huge stones so many miles before the invention of the wheel. Perhaps they rolled them on logs or dragged them on sleds. Geologists suggest that glaciers could have carried them from far away and dropped them near to the site.

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Stonehenge Amesbury, Wiltshire SP4 7DE London
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