Stonehenge, we've all seen pictures, read about it, seen in on the telly. However, to see it in the raw as it were is definitely a must if you're in the general proximity. We went on a Saturday morning and it was packed. Hundreds of people, coach loads and tourists galore. To be honest I felt it took something away from the experience. I know that the The English Heritage couldn't do private tours, however for such a religious site it felt a little staged. The gift shop is no way big enough and for the amount they charge to get it to see it £7.80 per adult, you'd hope they'd have the funds to expand a little.
Disabled and pushchair access very good.
Overall, definitely a place to go and visit to say you've been. However, go at the start of the day so you'll get a more personal experience.
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