Stonehenge has inspired people for millennia and, today, millions of people visit this iconic and famous monument from all over the world. We know Stonehenge is a special place but we want to know what makes it unmissable to you.
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What makes Stonehenge unmissable to you?
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Stonehenge is Unmissable because...
Our staff tell us why Stonehenge is so special to them and give you some tips to ensure you capture your best #UnmissableStonehenge image.
"Stonehenge is a must-see, and a must-see more than once! It can look so different with the changing time of day or seasons. It'll always feel special to me" Historic Properties Steward.
"Stonehenge dawn. The unmissable early shift! #UnmissableStonehenge" Historic Properties Steward
Top 3 Unmissable Spots
Make sure you experience our unmissable spots when visiting Stonehenge. These make for great photos too!
1. The Avenue - view the entrance to the stone circle, and the most complete element of the monument, from the viewing point next to the footbridge to imagine the ancient people processing up the avenue and into the monument.
2. Marvel at the stones - follow the hard footpath to take you the closest to the stones and marvel at their size and majesty. This is also an ideal spot for taking pictures, and continuing your journey around the stones to see how many Bronze Age burial mounds you can spot in the surrounding landscape.
3. Inside a Neolithic house - experience life in the Neolithic and get hands on with history. Do you think you would have survived at the time of Stonehenge?
Find out what truly makes Stonehenge unmissable and world-famous by visiting one of our partner museums. The Wiltshire Museum in Devizes offers award-winning displays showcasing spectacular treasures from the time of Stonehenge. While Salisbury Museum's latest exhibition features The Art of Stonehenge showing artistic representations of the stone circle not usually on display.