The Stone Circle
The Stone Circle is the unique opportunity for companies to support our work in ensuring England's heritage is kept alive and to see that support in action. You'll be able to engage staff and clients through the Stone Circle's special programme of tours, talks and entertainment opportunities at our sites across England.
From the iconic trilithons at Stonehenge to the magnificent Wellington Arch, we invite you to access our history not in a museum, but in the places where it actually happened.
Join the Stone Circle and unlock otherwise closed doors to discover exclusive insight into our historic sites and landmarks, and through this directly support the vital conservation and maintenance work urgently needed for their care.Download more information
Entertain and Inspire
Use the inspiring historic setting of our sites as the backdrop to your corporate events, from annual conferences to networking events and product launches. Stone Circle members can enjoy discounted venue hire and access to our expert hospitality team to create a truly prestigious occasion.
Experience and Enjoy
Impress stakeholders and valued clients with unparalleled access to the history on your doorstep. Object-handling sessions, behind-the-scenes tours and the chance to meet our specialist curators and historians are some of the opportunities available to companies who support our work through the Stone Circle.
Involve and Engage
Open access to our renowned collections and resources for your employees to become enriched, passionate and involved in their local history. Team-building activities in our historic gardens, special entry passes and a wide variety of volunteering opportunities are all designed to encourage staff wellbeing, morale and satisfaction.
Gardiner & Theobald are proud supporters of English Heritage and we are delighted to introduce them as the Founding Member of the Stone Circle. We look forward to sharing details of Gardiner & Theobald's involvement.
We also wish to thank our other Stone Circle members who wish to remain anonoymous.