thirteen THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND when VISITING stonehenge
Most visitors spend two and a half hours exploring the Stonehenge monument and Exhibition. However, the wardens request the tourists to leave 30-45 minutes before the closing time for the day
The popular way to learn more about Stonehenge is with an audio guide. You can download the audio guide free in advance or while you're on site. The audio guide is available in 12 languages.
The cafe at Stonehenge serves hot and cold food, including drinks, soup, pastries, sandwiches, and salads. And picnics are allowed at the designated areas around the Visitor Centre and landscape.
Kids two years and below get into Stonehenge for free. English Heritage and National Trust members can also visit Stonehenge for free. However, they must book their tickets in advance.
Booking Stonehenge tickets online in advance can save money, secure your spot, and avoid waiting in line by skipping the queue at the ticket counter.
When you book your Stonehenge admission, you must select the time you will be at the attraction’s entrance. You can choose any time from 9.30 am to 6 pm
If you visit Stonehenge as a family, one of the best ways to save money is by opting for the Stonehenge Family ticket. Choose the option family ticket on the ticket booking page.