We aim to make Solstice and Equinox as accessible as possible for disabled visitors. If you have a question that is not covered in the information below, please contact English Heritage Customer Services Solstice Information Hotline on 0370 333 1181 or email 



Please see ‘Travelling to Stonehenge’.


Accessible parking is available in the main Visitor Centre Park. This is on hardstanding ground. ///awestruck.audibly.prance

Parking for blue-badge holders is available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Please ensure your blue badge is clearly displayed.


If you are being dropped off, this can be done at the Coach Park. You can then catch the step-free bus from the entrance to the coach park to the monument field. ///


There will be a complimentary, step-free bus service operating between the accessible car park and the monument for people who need it. The buses run regularly across the event.

Mobility Aids

Disability aids are permitted at the Monument Field, with the exception of shooting sticks. English Heritage regrets it cannot provide wheelchairs. 

Chairs* are permitted for visitors who need them. Please make sure the chair is designed for outdoor use and place it on an area of level ground, at least two metres away from any of the standing or fallen stones. Please ensure that chair legs are not driven into the ground.

*English Heritage accepts no responsibility for any chairs brought on to site and accepts no liability for any harm and/or injury the use of the chairs may cause to their owners and/or others at the event. English Heritage shall not be responsible for any loss of or damage to the chairs. English Heritage shall have the right to remove any unsuitable chairs brought to site for the event. English Heritage accepts no responsibility for any chairs left at the site and shall have the right to discard any chairs left following the conclusion of the event.


Accessible toilets are available in the Monument Field.

There are standard accessible toilets and a Changing Places facility at the Visitor Centre. Please remember to bring your RADAR key or ask at the Visitor Centre.


Registered assistance dogs are welcome. There is water available in the monument field near the entrance. ///


Accessible car park to monument: 2.4km, across fields

Monument: mainly grass with some hardstanding pathways


Solstice and Equinox celebrations can be very busy and many areas will be very dark.


Salisbury Red buses travelling from Salisbury station via Amesbury are, where possible, wheelchair accessible. For further information, please contact the Salisbury Reds Bus Company on 01202 338 420 or


For more accessibility information you can call 0370 333 1181 or email 

There will be a number of uniformed stewards around all areas of the site who will be happy to help. If you become separated from your group, please speak to a member of staff who will be able to assist.

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