Stonehenge Access Tours

After thousands of years, Stonehenge has had a makeover. But visitors may initially feel something is missing: the prehistoric monument itself. Tourists will now arrive at a gleaming new visitor center about a mile and a half from Stonehenge. It’s a teasing introduction, with a 360-degree Cinerama-style “virtual tour” along with an exhibition about the Neolithic Britons who built Stonehenge starting 5,000 years ago.

Visitors look at the audio-visual exhibits at Stonehenge  Alastair Grant / AP

Visitors look at the audio-visual exhibits at Stonehenge Alastair Grant / AP

The busy road that once ferried thousands of cars a day past the stones is being closed and grassed over, and visitors now will be bused to the stones on a special shuttle. Or they can walk, exploring paths and an ancient processional route that for years has been cut in half by asphalt.

2014 will prove a vintage year to visit Stonehenge.  Join a guided tour from London and experience the new visitor centre for yourself.  Stonehenge Guided Tours also offer special access tours giving a truly unique experience within the inner circle of Stonehenge at sunrise or sunset.
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Stonehenge Tour Guide

Gain a rare and fascinating insight into the famous World Heritage Site with an exclusive tour around the site led by two English Heritage experts.

We will start the tour with exclusive access to the stone circle at Stonehenge accompanied by our experts. 1-stonehenge-winterThen we will visit key archaeology sites including Durrington Walls, Woodhenge and The Cursus and learn more about the archaeological landscape and investigative work that has taken place in recent years.

Hot drinks and a breakfast roll will be served during the event.

This event has been graded as moderate access. There are many uneven paths and some slopes along the route. This event is not suitable for anyone under 16yrs.

How to Book

Tickets are available from 10am on Tuesday 22nd October by calling the dedicated ticket sales team on 0870 333 1183. (Mon-Fri 8.30am – 5.30pm, Sat 9am – 5pm


Stonehenge Tour Guide