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Parking is available on site. During peak periods, there is a parking charge to non-members and those who have not prebooked tickets which is fully refundable on purchase of a ticket to Stonehenge.
A Visitor Bus service runs frequently from the visitor centre, for those who need it, and takes around 10 minutes to reach the Stones.
Our large cafe serves a grab-and-go hot and cold food offer, including drinks, soup, pasties, sandwiches, salads and other sweet and savoury items, using locally-sourced produce, perfect for a picnic.
You can picnic in the monument field with the view of the Stone Circle, or at other designated points around the Visitor Centre and landscape.
The Stonehenge gift shop offers an extensive range of books, gifts and souvenirs, including jewellery and an exclusive range of Barbour clothing and accessories.
Male, female toilets, including accessible and and adult change facilities, are available at the visitor centre.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout, including the Stone Circle.
Dogs on leads are allowed around the outside of the visitor centre only - they are not permitted at the Stone Circle or in the exhibition, cafe, shop or on the visitor bus. The National Trust has recently created dog-free zones in all fields that are grazed by sheep in the Stonehenge landscape where there is permissive access.
Discover the story of Stonehenge: the stones, the landscape, the people and its meaning, through a powerful combination of cutting-edge audio-visual experiences and incredible ancient objects. The exhibition contains nearly 300 archaeological objects, finds from Stonehenge and other nearby monuments, now displayed on site for the first time.
No formal gardens, but there is a choice of walking routes available within the World Heritage Site, which are suitable for a range of ages and abilities. If choosing to walk along the road, please stay within the designated walking path at all times.
Education group visits must be pre-booked, call 0370 333 0606 for further details.
Take care on grassed areas when wet.
We are currently not able to provide any audio tours at site. Our audio guide in English is available to download here.
English Heritage welcomes amateur photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures of your visit with us on social media.
If you are looking to use one of our sites for commercial, corporate or professional photography or as a filming location, please contact our filming team as soon as possible to check availability and acquire the relevant permissions and paperwork.
Due to the delicate nature of our sites, English Heritage does not permit drone flying from or over sites in our care, except by contractors or partners undertaking flights for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and permissions, and are operating under controlled conditions.