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One of the world’s most iconic and mysterious archaeological sites.

About Stonehenge

Stonehenge, stands as a testament to ancient engineering and human fascination with the cosmos. Located on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, this prehistoric monument consists of massive standing stones arranged in a circular pattern. The precise purpose and construction techniques of Stonehenge remain the subject of scholarly debate, but it is believed to have been built around 2500 BC, making it over 4,500 years old. Some theories suggest it served as an astronomical observatory, a religious temple, or a burial site, while others propose a combination of these functions. Regardless of its original intent, Stonehenge’s enduring allure lies in its enigmatic aura, and it continues to captivate visitors from around the world who come to marvel at its ancient stones and ponder the mysteries of our distant past.

Getting there

To get to Stonehenge from Great Houndbeare Farm, it is recommended to go via car. Get on A30 from Houndbeare lane, Oak road and B3180 for 3.2 miles. Follow A30 and A303 to A360 in Wiltshire for 76.3 miles. Follow A360 to Loverose Way for 1 mile.

What to pack

When visiting Stonehenge, it’s a good idea to pack a few essentials to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

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