Explore one of the best known prehistoric monuments in all of Europe when you book your Stonehenge tickets. The ancient site is a pre-historic calendar of sorts, built around 5,000 years ago. Book a Stonehenge tour and visit the world-class exhibition. With over 250 objects to admire, there’s plenty to see on site.
Many people go to Stonehenge for the summer solstice. For some, it’s a very spiritual experience, while for others, the sheer size of the obscure monument is what draws them. No matter what time of year you choose to visit, it isn’t difficult to see what’s special about the famous landmark.
Stonehenge is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the seven ancient wonders of the world. It’s no ‘wonder’ everyone wants to go to Stonehenge! From start to finish, you’ll love this experience.
Book a ticket to Stonehenge, or better yet take a tour from London or other major cities. Your Stonehenge day trip is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. How many wonders of the world have you seen?
Browse our selection of tours, pick your time of choice, and reserve your Stonehenge entry tickets today!
Buying a Stonehenge combo ticket (combining entry tickets and travel to various attractions) is a great way to save money. Compare for yourself just how much you save by grouping your visits into one. Not just that, you’ll be saving a ton of time as well which is great if you are only making a short visit to England.
It’s recommended that you pre-book your tickets to Stonehenge and select your admission time before entry on the day. Advanced Booking in the only way to save you time and money (like the combo tickets). With tickets and advance booking complete, you’ll be getting the best experience for the best value.
Walk around the ancient stone circle and find out about their 5,000 years of history. Why are the stones there? Who put them there? How did they get them there? These are just a few questions which you might have. This ancient site (and spiritual site for many) will capture your imagination. What a perfect place as well! No town has sprung up around it: it’s in the heart of the English countryside!
Stonehenge is in the English countryside in a county called ‘Wiltshire.’ It is about one hour and forty-five minutes (by car) south-west of London. The nearest city is Salisbury, but there are no train stations within walking distance. You will, therefore, need a vehicle to arrive at Stonehenge or you can take a tour from London to Stonehenge.
This is the easy part. Book a Stonehenge bus tour package and transportation is taken care of for you. All you’ll need to do is get to the bus meeting point.
The ticket price for Stonehenge varies depending on which ticket/ tour package you choose. The entry price and transportation often are included in the tickets sold. To find out which tickets to Stonehenge include transportation, browse our various packages and deals and don’t forget that booking in advance with save money!
If you’re looking to buy a Stonehenge admission ticket, look no further. Stonehenge prices vary for many reasons. The most common difference is between tickets purchased online and offline. Make an online booking to guarantee entry at the lowest price.
If you’re looking to fully understand the historical, cultural, religious and astronomical significance of Stonehenge, an audio guide and a guidebook are great ways of doing this.
There is a visitor center at Stonehenge, run by English Heritage (a charity which manages historic sites in England); you can purchase audio guides and guidebooks here. There is also a gift shop on site where can buy some nicknacks to remember your visit!
For a comprehensive visit, book a guided tour of Stonehenge.
Year round - 9:30 am - 5 pm; Monday to Sunday
Please note, these times are subject to change.
Unsolved mystery 1: How did pre-historic man know where to place these stones? How did they have such a sophisticated understanding of the movement of the solar system?
Unsolved mystery 2: Why was this location chosen for the site of Stonehenge? Was it for mathematical or religious reasons? Was it just a good open space to build on?
Unsolved mystery 3: While there are many theories, no one knows how they managed to transport and place the stones so precisely. Some would be quick to draw comparisons to the seemingly impossible construction of the great pyramids of Egypt.
Pre-book your Stonehenge tickets to learn all about the unsolved mysteries!