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Where there are hundreds of people milling round Stonehenge, a couple of miles up the road is Woodhenge and it was totally empty when we got there. You can park right outside the entrance and walk straight in. Obviously, it is in no way as...More
As one does when touring round we got on the wrong road and came by this by accident, stopped off and had a look round, amazing to think that someone all those years ago decided to build this, and why? From the information boards it...More
It's surprising that there isn't a visitors centre, but for the very fact that you can spend a good few minutes here, soak in and get up close to some history and do it all for free is Excellent. There's a little bit of on-road...More
Unlike Stonehenge this doesn't have a visitor centre and can be walked in and around the wooden poles, touched etc. An interesting board shows how it would have looked and is part of Durrington Wells where the builders of Stonehenge are thought to have lived....More
We heard of this place through our English Heritage membership & stopped on our way to see Stonehenge. I'm glad we did - it was neat to see. Be aware there really isn't much for parking. We just parked over on the shoulder of the...More
We didn't know about this site until our tour guide took us there after visiting Stonehenge. The documentation at the site tells the story well and we appreciated seeing where the Stonehenge builders gathered. While not a stand-alone site, as Stonehenge is, visiting it adds...More
A visit to Stonehenge is mandatory when visiting in Wiltshire but we had never heard of Woodhenge. What a find!
It's somewhat similar in design to Stonehenge but Woodhenge consisted of six concentric circles of wooden posts planted in the ground (the posts have deteriorated...More