All you need to plan your visit to Stonehenge can be found from looking at the English Heritage website for Stonehenge.

If you want to explore further you can download PDFs of walks in the landscape from the National Trust Stonehenge Landscape website.

Stonehenge has been the focus for archaeological investigations for centuries and the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes and the Salisbury Museum hold nationally important collections of the many fascinating finds from the Stonehenge area and are not to be missed to really understand the people and history from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages.

You can visit Stonehenge on a direct bus from Salisbury rail station using the Stonehenge Tour.

 

Getting to Stonehenge

You can find information on how to get to Stonehenge from anywhere in Wiltshire on the Connecting Wiltshire website.

 

Military Area 

The area north of the Stonehenge WHS forms part of the Salisbury Plain Training area and is managed by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.  For further information about when it is safe to enter and which areas are accessible to the public please check their website before planning your journey or by phoning 01980 674763 (recorded message) for information on live firing and access.

 

Visitors with Disabilities

To find out more about facilities for visitors with disabilities at Stonehenge why not take a look at the English Heritage website where they have a short film showing the experiences of a number of groups of visitors with disabilities to the recently opened visitor centre and the National Trust Stonehenge Landscape.

 

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