We worked with disabled access groups when we designed the visitor experience at Stonehenge to ensure that it met the needs of those with access requirements. In 2019, UK Age Mobility voted Stonehenge the most accessible heritage site in the UK based on ratings from TripAdvisor.
To help you get the most out of your visit, we've outlined all of the information you might need to help you get the most out of your visit below. You can find more specific information on access provisions at Stonehenge here.
A carer or companion is welcome to join you - just let us know on arrival that you have someone with you.
Some facilities may require booking in advance, so please contact our customer services team for more information. For further information, or specific queries, you're very welcome to contact us before you visit by following this link English Heritage Customer Support team
- The main areas - in and around the car park, visitor centre and the Stone Circle - are accessible by wheelchair via tarmac and grass paths (subject to weather).
- The visitor bus service is accessible for wheelchairs with step-free access onto the bus.
- There are accessible toilets at the visitor centre, including an adult changing area, and an accessible emergency-only toilet close to the Stones.
- Audio descriptive tour (subject to availability).
- Large print guides, orientation leaflets and exhibition highlight tours.
- Tactile objects in the internal exhibition and touching stones in the external exhibition.
- Transcripts of audio tours are available and are compatible with many hearing aids.
- Induction loop available.
- The English Language version of the audio tour covers the Stones only (all interpretation on the site, including in the exhibition, is in English). All other versions of the tour cover the exhibition area and the Stones.
- All audio tours for the Stones last approximately 30 minutes.
- Audio tours for the exhibition last approximately 15 minutes.
Easy Read guides are available on request.