- 1 How do I get to Stonehenge from Bath?
- 2 How do I get to Stonehenge by public transport?
- 3 How far is Bath England from Stonehenge?
- 4 Is there an entry fee for Stonehenge?
- 5 Is it worth it to see Stonehenge?
- 6 How do you get free Stonehenge 2020?
- 7 Can you just walk up to Stonehenge?
- 8 How much time do you need at Stonehenge?
- 9 Is there a bus from Salisbury to Stonehenge?
- 10 What is the best way to get to Stonehenge from London?
- 11 How much is the train from London to Stonehenge?
- 12 How far is Stonehenge from Heathrow Airport?
- 13 Can you touch the Stonehenge?
- 14 Is Stonehenge guarded at night?
- 15 Is there a fence around Stonehenge?
How do I get to Stonehenge from Bath?
The cheapest (but longest) method is to take bus number X4 from Bath Bus Station to Salisbury, at 9.20 am arriving there at 11.30 am, then take bus number 3 from the Bus Station at 11.45 to Stonehenge – the bus gives you 40 minutes at Stonehenge (which many say is quite enough) before returning you to Salisbury at 1.35
How do I get to Stonehenge by public transport?
The only way to reach Stonehenge from London by public transport is by travelling to Salisbury first and then taking the designated tour bus . The Stonehenge Tour bus is operated by the Salisbury Reds, with commentary in 10 different languages, and is the only bus service that runs from Salisbury to Stonehenge .
How far is Bath England from Stonehenge?
The distance between Bath and Stonehenge (Mountain) is 27 miles .
Is there an entry fee for Stonehenge?
It is free for people purchasing tickets to enter Stonehenge , there is a charge if you are not. Tour buses have their own separate coach park. To enter the Stonehenge Exhibition at the Visitor Centre you need a full ticket to Stonehenge , anyone can access the café, gift shop and toilets though, for free.
Is it worth it to see Stonehenge?
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 do you get free Stonehenge 2020?
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 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.
How much time 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 !
Is there a bus from Salisbury to Stonehenge?
There are no public scheduled buses but a Stonehenge tour bus run on a hop-on, hop-off principle shuttles between Salisbury train station and Stonehenge and also visits local places of interest, Old Sarum and Salisbury Cathedral.
What is the best way to get to Stonehenge from London?
Independently from London you take the train from London’s Waterloo Station to Salisbury, nine miles from Stonehenge . From there you need to take the Stonehenge tour bus which takes you directly from Salisbury to Stonehenge Visitor Centre. There are no public buses to Stonehenge itself.
How much is the train from London to Stonehenge?
Getting there by train , bus & taxi The train is about a two-hour journey from London’s Waterloo station and will cost about £25-40 per person depending on the date and time of day (book online in advance at thetrainline.com for the best deals).
How far is Stonehenge from Heathrow Airport?
The distance between London Heathrow Airport and Stonehenge is 70 miles. You can to this town by car by renting a vehicle at Heathrow Airport or taking a minicab transfer to Stonehenge .
Can you touch the 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.
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).
Is there a fence around Stonehenge?
If you visit Stonehenge today, you’ll find that it’s roped off — keeping visitors from touching, or worse, taking bits of the nearly 5,000 year old monument. However, with the recognition that the stones might be unstable Stonehenge was fenced, a policeman was installed, and a 1 shilling entrance fee was charged.