Stonehenge

  • About
    Mystery surrounds this 5,000 year old World Heritage Site. As old as the pyramids in Egypt, was Stonehenge designed as a place of sun worship, or as part of a huge astronomical calendar? Each monument was a circular structure, aligned with the rising sun at the solstice.

    Erected between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC, the stones were carried hundreds of miles over land and sea, while antlers and bones were used to dig the pits that hold the stones. An awe-inspiring family visit, Stonehenge is a powerful reminder of the once-great Stone and Bronze Ages.

    Open
    16 Mar-31 May 9.30am-6pm Daily
    1 Jun-31 Aug 9am-7pm Mon, Daily
    1 Sep-15 Oct 9.30am-6pm Daily
    16 Oct-15 Mar 9.30am-4pm Daily
    26 Dec & 1 Jan 10am-4pm
    Closed 24-25 Dec

    Adult:£6.30
    Children:£3.20
    Concession:£4.70
    English Heritage Members:Free
  • Address
    A344
    Amesbury
    Wiltshire
    SP4 7DE

Connected Mandy members:

Thomas Townsend
Thomas Townsend
Technician
2017, Stonehenge Summer Solstice
Production Assistant
Tom Tokley
Tom Tokley
Actor
2017, Feast!
Neolithic Man
Corinna Jane
Corinna Jane
Actor
2016, History of... Series
Various Roles
Pablo Raybould
2015, Please Not Him - Lottery
Stonehenge Security Guard
Emily Cooper
Emily Cooper
Actor
2015, National Lottery (Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen)
Tourist
Martin Hobbs
Martin Hobbs
Actor
2015, Heaven and Earth
Presenter
Beth Johnston
2015, Dr Who Street Game
Gas Mask Child
Polly Bycroft-Brown
2015, Dr Who Street Game
Gas Mask Child
Laurent C. Lucas
2015, Dinosaur Britain
Father
Lucy Jordan
Lucy Jordan
Actor
2014, History Bomb of Stonehenge
Landscape Gardener