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KidRated’s Stonehenge Top Tips:

  • Want to see Stonehenge for FREE? Just drive down the A303
  • The Roman Baths are another historic delight in the West Country
  • Why not have a picnic on the open access Stonehenge landscape?

Stonehenge is the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe and one of the many wonders of the world and you and your family have the chance to go and see it for yourself! There are visual and audio tours available, and whilst there you and your children can learn the secrets behind this fascinating attraction.


Learn about the meaning behind the famous stone circle: why it’s there and how it was built. You can also find out the theories about who built it and visit the permanent exhibition that displays the many objects that were found around the site and what they are believed to be used for. Audio-visual displays, tactile objects and replica artefacts make learning accessible.


There is a world-class visitor centre and also a spacious shop and cafe for you to sit back and relax in after exploring. Baby changing facilities are available, as well as bottle warming and child-sized portions in the café.


Why not make a day of it and check out the nearby historic city of Salisbury and all it has to offer: Salisbury Cathedral, the Farmers’ Market, and (for mums and dads) a hoard of traditional English pubs.

Booking Advice:

  • Advanced booking is required – entrance is managed through timed tickets
  • You can book online
  • Admission is FREE for National Trust and English Heritage members 




Phone number:

0870 333 1181


Opening hours:

See website for details

How to get there:

Train: Salisbury Station, then Stonehenge Tour Bus
SatNav: SP4 7DE

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