- 1 Is Stonehenge free for National Trust members?
- 2 Can you use National Trust membership at Stonehenge?
- 3 Is Stonehenge part of National Trust?
- 4 What is the entrance fee to Stonehenge?
- 5 Can you visit Stonehenge without paying?
- 6 Can National Trust members get into English heritage sites for free?
- 7 Can you touch stones at Stonehenge?
- 8 Why is Stonehenge closed?
- 9 Why is Stonehenge special?
- 10 Is Stonehenge one of the 7 Wonders of the World?
- 11 Is Stonehenge older than the pyramids?
- 12 Is Stonehenge worth visiting?
- 13 How long do you need at Stonehenge?
- 14 Can you just walk up to Stonehenge?
- 15 Is Stonehenge guarded at night?
Is Stonehenge free for National Trust members?
Please note: The Stone Circle itself is managed by English Heritage , however the visitor shuttle and visitor centre exhibition are free to National Trust members on display of membership card at the visitor centre ticket kiosk.
Can you use National Trust membership at Stonehenge?
National Trust members get free entry to Stonehenge . Please choose an ‘affiliate member’ ticket. Please note, this is applicable to the National Trust in England only – it does not include National Trust Scotland or other international National Trust organisations.
Is Stonehenge part of National Trust?
A World Heritage Site for its ancient ceremonial landscape of great archaeological interest. Within the Stonehenge World Heritage Site, the National Trust manages 827 hectares (2,100 acres) of downland surrounding the famous stone circle.
What is the entrance fee to Stonehenge?
STONEHENGE ADMISSION PRICES & OPENING TIMES
|Admission (advanced / walk-up)||Opening times|
|Adult||£19 / £21.10|
|Child (5-17)||£11.40 / £12.70||9.00 – 19.00|
|Students/ seniors*||£17.10 / £19||9.30 – 20.00|
|Family ticket †||£49.40 / £54.90||9.30 – 19.00|
Can you visit Stonehenge without paying?
You can absolutely visit for free, type in Willoughby Road, Larkhill, Salisbury into your sat Nav or google maps and drive to the bottom of that road where the Stonehenge sign is. Walk down the pathway – it may say closed / no access (that’s for cars only!)
Can National Trust members get into English heritage sites for free?
Yearly membership gives free admission to all the historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments and social history sites owned by the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Members also get free parking in all Trust car parks.
Can you touch stones at Stonehenge?
Stonehenge is protected under the Ancient Monuments and Archaelogical Areas Act and you must adhere to the regulations outlined in the act or face criminal prosecution. No person may touch , lean against, stand on or climb the stones , or disturb the ground in any way.
Why is Stonehenge closed?
English Heritage, a national charity that manages hundreds of historic sites, soon after made the decision to close Stonehenge to visitors “due to unforeseen circumstances” and said it was against the law for anyone to enter the monument area without its consent.
Why is Stonehenge special?
A World Heritage Site Stonehenge is the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world, while Avebury is the largest in the world. Together with inter-related monuments and their associated landscapes, they help us to understand Neolithic and Bronze Age ceremonial and mortuary practices.
Is Stonehenge one of the 7 Wonders of the World?
Stonehenge is one of the best known ancient wonders of the world . The 5,000 year old henge monument became a World Heritage Site in 1986. Despite numerous theories, no- one knows for certain the reason why Stonehenge was built. The stones that form the inner ring came from the Preseli Mountains in Wales.
Is Stonehenge older than the pyramids?
Estimated as being erected in 3100 BC, Stonehenge was already 500-1,000 years old before the first pyramid was built.
Is Stonehenge worth visiting?
The site does have a curious history, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s very easy to get to from London. However, I wouldn’t recommend making a visit to Stonehenge the only motivation for a day trip from London. Pair it with Bath or Salisbury or another place of interest to make it worth your time.
How long do you need at Stonehenge?
On average, a visit to Stonehenge takes around two hours . However, this can vary based on the time of day you visit, how busy it is and of course how many photos you want to take!
Can you just walk up to Stonehenge?
During normal opening hours you cannot walk up to the stones themselves. The nearest you will get to the stones is about 10 yards, the monument being roped off by a low barrier, (see picture below). However it is possible to walk up to and among the stones at Stonehenge outside public opening hours.
Is Stonehenge guarded at night?
There are security guards who patrol the stones. The Stonehenge Car Park is next to the visitor centre and is closed at night (and watched over by Security guards).