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Stonehenge is located in Westbury, Wiltshire, England. It consists of dozens of boulders forming a ring, each boulder is about 4 meters high, 2.1 meters wide and weighs about 25 tons. Archaeologists believe that Stonehenge was built around 3000-2000 BC, but the construction purpose of the giant array has not yet been concluded. Stonehenge was listed as a “World Cultural Heritage” in 1986.
Activities[Outing], [Historical Relic Sightseeing]
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Stonehenge Visitor Centre
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Stonehenge Visitor Centre
 TypeOut and Back
1471009312_map Distance5 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration1 hr 15 min
1471007737_Food SupplyCafe at Stonehenge Visitor Centre
1471007878_Revert Exit / BranchNot available
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 2 [Outing]

Stonehenge Visitor Centre Public Car Park 

  • For drivers: Use the Stonehenge Visitor Centre Public Car Park, and the postcode for the car park is SP4 7DE.
  • From London: Take the GWR (“Great Western Railway”) train from Paddington Station and get off at Westbury Station, interchange at another platform to Salisbury Station, then take The Stonehenge Tour Bus to the visitor centre.


Be aware of the vehicles when walking along the road toward Stonehenge.

It is possible to buy ticket for the entry of the Stonehenge’s inside area. The ticket price is £20 for adults, £12 for children aged 5 to 17 years old, and £18 for seniors over 65 years old. Please refer to the Official Website for details. Visitors without tickets need to walk to Stonehenge from the visitor centre (about 2.5km) and can only watch the Stonehenge from the outside area.

Total distance: 4.83 km
Max elevation: 111 m
Min elevation: 94 m
Total climbing: 36 m
Total descent: -35 m
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