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The outskirts of London hosts a wealth of picturesque towns, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and fairy tale castles that are truly worth visiting. These attractions are just a few hours away from the main city and can be covered on a day trip. Stonehenge is one such attraction that cannot be missed. Read on to find out about Stonehenge tickets, tour highlights and more.

Post COVID-19 Safety Measures and New Rules at Stonehenge

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Stonehenge has enforced several safety measures:
  • The shuttle bus that takes visitors from Salisbury to the attraction will be prioritized for those who need it. 
  • A takeaway catering service will be provided in the outdoor seating area.
  • The souvenir shop will be open.
  • Audio guides will be provided that can be downloaded on smartphones

Stonehenge Ticket and Tour Options Explained

Located in Salisbury which is around 115 miles from London, a trip to Stonehenge will make for the perfect day trip from London. Other Stonehenge ticket options include Stonehenge admission tickets and combo tickets. Please keep in mind that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entry into Stonehenge is restricted. The stone circle, exhibition, and Visitor Center will be open to all. However, all visitors should maintain a safe distance from each other.
Admission Tickets
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Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site at your own pace with these Stonehenge tickets. Please note that you will not be allowed entry into the Stonehenge circle itself. Your Stonehenge tickets allow you to go within 10 meters of the monument. You will also gain access to the Stonehenge Exhibition Center which houses numerous artifacts belonging to different eras. 

Why go for these tickets?

  • Enjoy access to the Stonehenge and discover the wonders of the monument at your own pace. 
  • Visit the Stonehenge Exhibition Center and learn more about the history of the monument.

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Visit one of the most historic locations of the United Kingdom, Stonehenge and witness the massive stones that were erected more than 5000 years ago. 
Located around 115 miles from London, Stonehenge makes for the perfect day trip from London. Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned coach from London and visit one of the most important cultural icons of England. Learn more about Stonehenge with the help of an audio guide which is available in 10 languages. You can also visit the Stonehenge Visitor Center which houses various exhibitions and a souvenir shop with this Stonehenge ticket. 

Why go for these tickets?

  • Travel to the Stonehenge in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. 
  • Understand more about the history of the monument with the help of a multilingual audio guide. 

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Enjoy a picturesque journey through the English countryside and arrive at Stonehenge. Explore the ancient structure at your own pace and learn more about its mysterious origins. 
The outskirts of London hold a wealth of beautiful destinations that are truly worth visiting. If you are looking for an immersive experience, you can opt for a combo ticket that allows you to explore popular attractions like Bath, Salisbury Cathedral, Windsor Castle, etc, along with Stonehenge. While these tickets might be more expensive than one that provides access only to Stonehenge, they will also grant you access to some of the busiest attractions in and around London. These day-long tours are the best option if you have limited time in the city and would like to see more of London.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Enjoy access to some of the busiest attractions of London such as Windsor Castle with these Stonehenge tickets. 
  • Your professional guide will help you in making the most of the tour by providing you information regarding these attractions. 

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Plan Your Visit

Visiting Stonehenge can prove to be an overwhelming experience due to its popularity. Here’s all the information you’ll need for a seamless visit. 
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Getting to Stonehenge
Best Time to Visit
What are the opening hours of Stonehenge?
Stonehenge opening hours vary according to the time of the year:

30th March – 31st May : 9.30AM – 7PM
1st June – 31st August : 9AM – 8PM
1st September – 15th October : 9.30AM – 7PM
16th October – 29th March : 9.30AM – 5PM
How long does it take to tour Stonehenge?
It takes at least 1.5 hours to make the most of your Stonehenge visit.
How do I get to Stonehenge?
While opting for a tour is the fastest way to reach Stonehenge, you can alternatively choose to drive down or take a train till Salisbury. 
How do I get to Stonehenge by train?
Visitors can board their train from London’s Waterloo and get down at Salisbury. Stonehenge is located at a distance of nine miles from Salisbury. Once you reach Salisbury, you can take one of the tourist buses that go to the Visitor’s Center.
Nearest Railway Station: Salisbury
Can I get to Stonehenge by bus?
No. Stonehenge is not accessible by public buses.
What is the best time of day to visit Stonehenge?
It is recommended that you visit Stonehenge early in the morning, right after it opens or two to three hours before it closes in order to avoid the worst of crowds.
What is the best time of the year to visit Stonehenge?
Owing to its popularity, Stonehenge experiences maximum crowds between June to September. To enjoy fewer crowds and pleasant weather, the best time to visit Stonehenge would be during the winter months.

Explore Stonehenge


No visit to London is complete without witnessing the ancient Stonehenge. Let’s take a look at what you can expect from your visit to the stone circle.
Travel to Stonehenge
Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned bus and arrive at Stonehenge from London. Salisbury is a beautiful medieval town that should not be missed. Once you’ve witnessed the stone circle, depending on your choice of Stonehenge tour, you will be provided with return transfer services as well.
Explore the Stone Circle
Once you drive at Stonehenge, there is much to explore. Witness the stone structure that has baffled archaeologists and scientists for centuries and listen to your guide explain to you the numerous folk tales surrounding its origin. You will also get to see the exact points of the structure where the first rays of the rising sun will fall.
Visit the Stonehenge Visitor Center
The Stonehenge Visitor Center has numerous exhibitions that tell us more about the Neolithic era. From jewelry to pottery, you’ll find a number of artifacts that were discovered during excavations. Interestingly, the Visitor Center also has a 360-degree audio-visual simulation room that will give you an opportunity to experience the wonder of standing at the center of the Stonehenge during various seasons. 
Stonehenge FAQs
Is it safe to visit Stonehenge post-COVID-19?
Yes, it is indeed safe to visit Stonehenge post-COVID-19. Keeping the safety of the visitors in mind, several safety measures and guidelines have been enforced at Stonehenge.
What are the safety measures and guidelines in place at Stonehenge?
Several steps have been taken to maintain social distancing within Stonehenge at all times. Apart from recommending online reservations, all visitors have to wear appropriate safety gear such as masks.
Are online Stonehenge tickets available now?
Yes. You can book your Stonehenge tickets online as they now accept only digital reservations.
How long does it take to tour Stonehenge?
It takes around 2 hours to visit the Stonehenge, walk around and click photos.
What is the best time of day to visit Stonehenge?
It is recommended that you visit Stonehenge early in the morning, right after it opens or two to three hours before it closes in order to avoid the worst of crowds.
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