Visiting Stonehenge – What To Expect 2014 With New Visitor Centre
Author: Bob Handford
Stonehenge is the best part of two hours drive west of London and is high on most people\’s lists of places to visit if they have time to sight see outside London. Its the number one destination for day tours from London with a choice of many permutations in itinerary leaving every day of the year, even on Christmas Day when Stonehenge is closed
In 2014 a visit to Stonehenge was transformed by the opening of a new visitor centre.
Before you could drive up right next to the monument and just walk over to Stonehenge. Facilities were minimal and most people did not stay longer than an hour . Most people struggled to understand what they had seen or understood what it was used for.
The video clip below shows you the logistics of what to expect on a visit to Stonehenge from 2014, whether you visit independently or visit on a tour bus.
Below that are further links to practical information on making an informed visit to Stonehenge and making the best choice for you on how to visit.
Links To More Practical Information Related To Visiting Stonehenge
Stonehenge Opening Times, Prices and Ticketing – Full details of the cost of visiting Stonehengealert-success
Stonehenge Special Access – Walk Among The Stones – Full details of Stonehenge up close special accessalert-success
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