Welcome to Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.
Stonehenge now has a transformed visitor experience. A new world-class visitor centre, housing museum-quality permanent and temporary exhibitions, plus a spacious shop and café, is now open.
Parking is available on site. This is free to English Heritage members and Stonehenge ticket holders. A parking ticket is required if you are not visiting Stonehenge itself. These can be bought from ticket kiosks on site. There are bike racks at Airman’s Corner for five bikes and at the Stones for ten bikes. A Visitor Shuttle service operates frequently from outside the shop. No need to pre-book. Takes 10 minutes to reach the Stones. Shuttles stop at Fargo Plantation (about halfway to the Stones) so that visitors can walk part of the way if they wish.
Visitor Shuttle service operates frequently from outside the shop. No need to pre-book. Takes 10 minutes to reach the Stones. Shuttles stop at Fargo Plantation (about halfway to the Stones) so that visitors can walk part of the way if they wish.
A 110-seater counter service café serves hot and cold drinks, soup, sandwiches, cakes, salads and other sweet and savoury delicacies. Visitors can enjoy countryside views while eating delicious food, either inside or outside, where there is additional seating and tables for 60 people under the dappled shade of the canopy roof.
The gift shop offers an extensive range of books, gifts and souvenirs, many made in the UK exclusively for Stonehenge.
Male, female and accessible toilets at the visitor centre. Please note that there are only emergency toilets close to the Stones.
Assistance dogs welcome throughout. Dogs on leads allowed around the outside of the visitor centre. Dogs also welcome on National Trust land. Please note: Assistance dogs only at Stone Circle.
The new visitor centre contains nearly 300 archaeological treasures, which were used or buried at Stonehenge, and are now displayed on site for the first time.
Discover the story of Stonehenge: the stones, the landscape, the people and its meaning, through a powerful combination of cutting-edge audio-visual experiences and incredible ancient objects.
No formal gardens, but there is a choice of walking routes available within the World Heritage site, which are suitable for a range of ages and abilities.
Child (5-15): £8.90
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £38.70
For visits from 1 February 2014 onwards, advance booking is required for all visits to guarantee entry at your preferred time.
Visits by English Heritage Members and National Trust members are FREE.
16th March – 31st May: 9am – 7pm
1st June – 31st August: 9am – 8pm
1st September – 15th October: 9am – 7pm
16th October – 15th March: 9am – 5pm