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Stonehenge Half Day Tour with Entry and Extra Time
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2travellers65 wrote a review Yesterday
Mahon, Spain16 contributions12 helpful votes
We visited on a lovely sunny afternoon in September. There was plenty of space in the car park near the visitor centre. Check in for our booked visit time was very quick and easy. We were recommended to walk to the Stones which were one and a half miles away. The route was well organised with a clear one way system although the path was a bit uneven underfoot in places where it passed through fields and forest land. Good shoes would be essential in bad or wet weather. Once at the Stones we were able to walk around the one way system at our leisure and we found the download guide app very useful. Covid restrictions meant that there were far fewer visitors than usual so this was a very good time to visit. The Guides had plenty of time to talk to us and we were able to enjoy the very special atmosphere in peace and quiet. We opted to use the shuttle bus for the return journey so that we could spend some time in the Exhibition. The buses run frequently and were not busy. At the exhibition, we particularly liked the entrance hall where you could feel that you were standing in the centre of the Stones at different times in the year. It was an excellent visit and we hope to return again to learn even more. A special Thank You to Timothy, a guide in the Stones area. He took the time to share his wealth of knowledge of both this and nearby sites with such enthusiasm. We really appreciated hearing a more personal perspective of different aspects of the site.
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Date of experience: September 2020
JJGid1 wrote a review Sep 16
Bolton, United Kingdom289 contributions146 helpful votes
We both enjoyed visiting Stonehenge. This was my 2nd visit and the first for my fella. I didn't mind paying the entrance fee because I got to walk all the way round. We walked down to Stonehenge from the ticket office and got the shuttle bus back. We had glorious sunshine so would have been a shame to waste the good weather. The only bad thing is the prices they charge for a can of coke and sandwiches. It was about £2.34 for a 330ml can of coke and just over £4 for a Sandwich. I did not eat in the cafe because it is disgusting that they are charging so much for food when you can get a packet of crisps, bottle of pop and and a sandwich from Sainsbury's on the go form the services a short drive away for £3.50. The sandwich was of the same quality and the bottle of pop was a branded name.
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Date of experience: September 2020
TheFash-Hills wrote a review Sep 16
Manchester, United Kingdom100 contributions28 helpful votes
A really enjoyable experience. The stones and the exhibition is worth the money. You can take a bus to and from the stones, which is free, and very regular. Something to note when going: the road leading towards the entrance is always busy. This is because you can see the stones from the road, and people slow down to view it. They are not allowed to stop anymore, but the traffic was so slow it adds 15 minutes to the journey.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Goodfood64 wrote a review Sep 16
66 contributions45 helpful votes
Visited not knowing tickets were required in advance so bit of research showed us a way to view for free The wardens questioned where i was going, i said the public footpath which runs about ten feet away from the paid one.. They try and hide the fact its there, but its right next to the entrance.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Susan F wrote a review Sep 15
Chelmsford, United Kingdom282 contributions68 helpful votes
Great day exploring Stonehenge and the surrounding countryside. By walking from the entrance to the stones you get the feel of how the builders would have walked from their dwellings to the stones
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Date of experience: September 2020
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