Plan Your Visit
How to get here
Stonehenge is easy to get to. You can take the train to Salisbury train station and then take The Stonehenge Tour bus. You can also take a day trip by bus from London or Bath; it's around 2 ½ hours from London and around an hour from Bath.
Go to our Directions page for parking information and a post code for sat navs. Leave plenty of time at peak summer weekends when roads into the West Country can be busy.
Wiltshire County Council also has a guide to travelling to Stonehenge that includes walking and cycling routes, as well as busses and trains.
BOOK YOUR TICKETS
Book your timed visit online and print out your confirmation. Please bring this with you.
Make sure you check your ticket time. You have a 30-minute slot in which to arrive.
Plan Your Day
Check the weather forecast. Don’t forget your wellies and raincoats if it’s due to rain, so you can still explore.
When you arrive
Begin your visit at our award-winning visitor centre 2.1kms (1.5 miles) from the Stone Circle, at Airman's Corner.
Pick up an orientation leaflet which gives you a handy guide to the whole site.
Collect an audio tour (10 languages and a family tour available). You may also want to pick up a guidebook at this point.
Visitor Centre and Bus
See Stonehenge slowly emerge on the horizon during the 10-minute free shuttle bus ride from the visitor centre. You can get off and walk from half way, or walk the whole way, and soak up the atmosphere of the ancient landscape.
The environmentally-sensitive visitor centre has a spacious café and shop with beautiful countryside views. Discover more about the Stones in the exhibition in the visitor centre, and current special exhibition.
See more Things to see and do at Stonehenge.
Food and Drink
Find out what food and drink we offer at Stonehenge.
Try one of our famous Stonehenge rock cakes or enjoy a beer from the Stonehenge Brewery.
Warm up in the winter with a deluxe hot chocolate or cool down in the summer with a Marshfield Farm ice-cream.
Stone Circle Access
Our Stone Circle Access visits, give you a unique opportunity to experience up close this world famous monument.
The visits take place outside of our normal general admission opening hours and are subject to very limited availability.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the site. Dogs on leads are welcome outside the visitor centre and in the National Trust fields that surround Stonehenge.
Dogs are not allowed in the Monument Field in which the Stone Circle sits. Nor are they allowed on the shuttle bus from the visitor centre.
The countryside is open access and very popular with walkers and dog-walkers alike. However, as there is abundant wildlife and grazing livestock, please keep dogs on leads and help to keep the Stonehenge landscape lovely by clearing up after your dog.
Water is available for dogs on request.
Any more questions?
If you are visiting with a Group please see our Group Visits page for more information.