Gray rock formation of Stonehenge near Salisbury, England
Gray rock formation of Stonehenge near Salisbury, England

Stonehenge Tours and Tickets

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An archaeological marvel, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the world’s most enigmatic tourist attractions, Stonehenge draws up to 1.3 million visitors annually. The site itself—a circle of gigantic stones standing in the heart of the English countryside—is made even more impressive by its mysterious history. Although Stonehenge’s original purpose remains unknown, onlookers gather to admire the 3,500-year-old structure and ponder its astronomical, spiritual, or even supernatural meaning.

  • Junction of A303 and A344/360, England

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jose_m, Nov 2023
Visiting Bath and Stonehenge
Stonehenge and Bath are a must go. Amazing places that should be part of your bucket list when visiting London. The bus was clean and comfortable. Strongly recommend this trip
RiaJanice_D, Oct 2023
Stonehenge Tour
Had a great time in this tour. Would have been nice if the bus was cleaner. Our seat had leftover candy wrappers lodged in the cup holder. Getting into Stonehenge was easy. Overall, it was a good experience
Anonymous, Oct 2023
Great way to see Stonehenge
Great way to see Stonehenge. Meeting place easy to find. Bus was clean, driver and tour guide did a great job! We felt we had plenty of time. We did bring a lunch in a small cooler and sat outside to eat lunch. Great day!!
Christina_M, Oct 2023
Would do it again!
Our guide, Nick was absolutely wonderful! He was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. He gave us tons of information for every stop. Windsor Castle was great but if you want to explore both the castle and Cathedral you need to walk quickly due to time restrains. Aside from the down pour of rain Stonehenge was perfect. Would have loved more time to see the shops around Bath after visiting the Roman Bath House. The bus was clean and comfortable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Stonehenge tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Stonehenge can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Stonehenge 2023?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Stonehenge costs USD 137.73. Guided Stonehenge tours start around USD 137.73 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:How much does it cost to walk around Stonehenge?
A:Stonehenge ticket costs vary depending on the season and when you purchase them. If buying advance tickets online, expect to spend at least £22 per person (£20 without the optional donation). Children and families have discounted rates. Tickets sold at the landmark are typically more expensive.
Q:Do I need to buy tickets to see Stonehenge?
A:While you can see Stonehenge from afar, you need tickets to visit up close. To take advantage of lower prices and guarantee your admission, purchase advance tickets online. You can also buy last-minute, day-of tickets, though you may need to wait in long lines to enter with them.
Q:How long is a tour of Stonehenge?
A:English Heritage recommends at least 2.5 hours to visit Stonehenge. Keep in mind that in addition to the famous monument, there is a visitor center with museum exhibitions and multimedia displays and a recreated Neolithic village located right outside.
Q:Can you just turn up to Stonehenge?
A:Yes, you can turn up at Stonehenge without buying a ticket in advance. However, you may need to navigate long lines upon arrival, depending on the time of year or the crowds. Booking in advance online is usually less expensive.
Q:How do I plan a trip to Stonehenge?
A:There are many convenient ways to see Stonehenge, including organized tours from nearby hubs like London and Southampton. If traveling independently, book tickets in advance to guarantee entry. The nearest train station is Salisbury Station, located 9 miles (15 kilometers) away. From there, it’s just a quick taxi trip.
Q:How much time should i spend at Stonehenge?
A:To make the most of your visit to Stonehenge, set aside at least 2.5 hours—enough time to see the best of the pre-historic marvel. You’ll want time to explore the immersive visitor center, check out the on-site living history village, and soak up the ambiance at your own pace.