Group visits to stonehenge
This extraordinary 4,500-year-old marvel of human endeavour rises from an ancient landscape. Our world-class permanent exhibition, free downloadable audio tour and newly refurbished café make for a perfect day out with your group.
Pre-booking timed tickets is essential for group visits to Stonehenge.
At Stonehenge we offer a 10% discount for groups of 11 or more paying visitors when payment is made in a single transaction. You will also receive free admission for one group leader and one coach driver with the group.
The tour leader, coach driver and any English Heritage members do not count towards the group number.
Contact information for making your group booking can be found in the Visit & Contact Information section below. Please have the following information to hand to help us check availability and book you in.
- Group name
- Name of property
- Date of visit
- Time of visit
- Number of visitors
- Number of leaders/drivers
- Method of payment
Please include the property name and date in the subject line of your email.
Visit & Contact information
- Coach parking: Free coach parking for 52 60-seater coaches. Drop-off bay for right-hand drive vehicles.
- Shuttle service: A fast-track shuttle service takes groups direct from the coach park to the Stone Circle.
- Audio tour: Free dowloadable audio tour available in 12 languages.
- Catering: Grab-and-go counter service café serving hot and cold food.
- Average length of visit: 2 hours
Address: Nr Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7DE
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Stonehenge group booking team)
Local TIC: Please contact the Salisbury Information centre at +44 (0) 1722 342860 if you would like to find out more information about visiting the surrounding area.
Visit our partner museums
Extend your visit and discover more about the story of Stonehenge at one of our partner museums. Salisbury Museum's collections span the history and archaeology of south Wiltshire from prehistoric times to the present day.
Wiltshire Museum in Devizes offers award-winning displays of gold from the Time of Stonehenge that belonged to people who worshipped inside the Stone Circle.