It was hot and sunny the day we were here and I would imagine this is the best way to see the site. Plenty of people here but the site is so huge that they don't spoil the effect of this very impressive stone circle. It can take a while to walk around and appreciate everything and try to visualise how it once looked. Sadly there are huge gaps in the various circles and I read in the guide book that 15 stones remain buried - how lovely it would be if these were re-erected. To make the day even more interesting it's worth the walk over to West Kennet Long Barrow and Silbury Hill which are both worth seeing. The sites are free but the car park has a charge.
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