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Private access is available throughout most of the year and must be booked in advance from English Heritage. bat400: My friend had downplayed the site so as not to ruin any exaggerated image I had in my mind.He did such a good job that I was astonished, forcing him to stop the car a half mile to the east, so I could get out and revel in the view from a distance before we arrived.See also the many discussions about the meaning of Stonehenge in our forum, eg here, here and here.Note: OK two bits of Stonehenge news, firstly please respond to the Highways England A303 Stonehenge Consultation on the tunnel building - ***Closes 23rd April***.Estrela: The audio guide is good, keeps the visitors moving, but I really missed the opportunity to just stand and drink in the landscape and the relationship between the stones.Modern Explorers: A fascinating site, shame they charge money to see it dubnicos: The monument's too well-known!

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The vast amount of work done over the years, and continuing today, to unders... Just enjoy our unrivalled collection of images and see the comments lower down for links to all the latest Stonehenge research. Stonehenge needs no introduction of course, and many other sites on the web cover it in detail, so I won't say much more.Also a new theory that two of the stones at Stonehenge were there all along, and already had a solstice alignment - one being the Heel stone and the other being the enigmatic 'Stone 16'.More details on both of these in the comments on our Stonehenge page. On reverse: 'Photo gravure by the Vandyck Printers Ltd., Bristol & London.' Turn off the page maps and other distractions Pop-up a mini map of these sites Pop-up a Google Map of these sites Nearby sites listing.

The vast amount of work done over the years, and continuing today, to unders... Just enjoy our unrivalled collection of images and see the comments lower down for links to all the latest Stonehenge research. Stonehenge needs no introduction of course, and many other sites on the web cover it in detail, so I won't say much more.Also a new theory that two of the stones at Stonehenge were there all along, and already had a solstice alignment - one being the Heel stone and the other being the enigmatic 'Stone 16'.More details on both of these in the comments on our Stonehenge page. On reverse: 'Photo gravure by the Vandyck Printers Ltd., Bristol & London.' Turn off the page maps and other distractions Pop-up a mini map of these sites Pop-up a Google Map of these sites Nearby sites listing.Access: (for now) Drive down the A303 and you can't miss it.