Discovery Visits at Stonehenge

Nr Amesbury, Wiltshire SP4 7DE
0870 333 0606

The most outstanding prehistoric monument in the British Isles (created from 3000 BC) and a World Heritage Site.




Stones and Bones - Stonehenge in its Landscape

Through music, drama and artefact investigation, uncover the fascinating history behind this pre-eminent pre-historic monument. A unique opportunity to explore Stonehenge and the Stonehenge landscape in partnership with the National Trust.

When: Tuesday-Thursday during term time
Length: 2 Hours
Drama, Geography, History, Music  KS1, KS2, KS3 

Neolithic Life At Stonehenge

Inside our reconstructed Neolithic Houses pupils will take part in a number of hands-on activities such as: cookery; fence building; and rope making, all designed to help them discover how Neolithic people lived 5,000 years ago. They will also use a variety of models and artefacts to explore how, why and when Stonehenge was built.

When: Tuesday-Thursday during term time
Length: 2 hours
Design & Technology, Geography, History, Literacy  KS2, KS3 

The Business of Heritage and Tourism

Find out what it takes to manage a busy heritage site. Led by a member of the Stonehenge management team, this interactive tour will lead you through all aspects of running a heritage site as a tourist attraction and a business.

When: On request
Length: 1 hour
Business and Enterprise, Geography, Heritage Management, History, Literacy  KS4, KS5 

How to book

To book a Discovery Visit you can either book online (using the Free Site Visits form) or ring our Educational Bookings team on 0870 333 0606.

Expert-Led Visits are:

Hands-on, site-based activities which combine inspiring out of the classroom experiences with quality learning

* £100 per session per class

* Specially developed to meet the needs of different groups across the Key Stages

* Available at a diverse range of English Heritage sites

* Led by specialist educators, site staff and volunteers who know their sites inside out