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We saw Stonehenge as part of a group day-trip that included Bath, so we had limited time at the site. The parking lot and visitor's center are a few miles from the henge but there are shuttles which were welcome as walking would take more...More
We took our son here and it has change a lot since our last visit. The new visitors center is good, great museum and the reconstructed little houses were brilliant to help teach how our ancestors lived. The old road is now gone and the...More
I've been wanting to visit Stonehenge for a while so finally pulled my finger out and booked to go in May.
The stones themselves are impressive and although you can't get too close they are certainly worth a visit - by themselves they would easily...More
I came here with a tour group so had limited time, but Stonehenge is an absolute must do. It is a 1.5 hour drive from London heading south-west and is one of the most famous landmarks in the world.
A prehistoric circle of standing stones...More
Take time to see Stonehenge. The bus system makes it easy to visit. Yes, it is busy, and no, you can’t touch the stones, but even from afar, the megalithic structure is amazing. Take a minute to close your eyes and imagine the plain thousands...More
One of the delights about going to Devon or Cornwall for us is the prospect of seeing Stonehenge.
It is easy to wax lyrical about the marvel that is Stonehenge, but just to be able to see it and pass it is enough to conjure...More
My friends and I visited here for the summer solstice, we stayed the night to see the sunrise, the only night you can access the stones and touch them.
It was an amazing experience.
Security staff ran everything with ease and we had an enjoyable...More
checked off bucket list this ancient wonder.. wow- seeing it was really quite cool... easy for great photos. The visitors center is nice with a museum ,store and outside exhibits.. It was an impressive site indeed.
Stonehenge is much more impressive to see in person than to just view pictures. It is simply mind boggling that stones weighing more than 35 tons could be carved from hard rock and then transported up to 250 miles by an unknown method.
The drive is long. The place is very well maintained. But the structure in itself feels a little disappointing as there's only so much you can do looking at the structure while ambling, from a distance, imagining the life and times of the people who...More
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No way could you do all three in a day by train... You could do ONE OF Windsor or Bath in a day by train. So you could do both on separate days. Stonehenge would be difficult by train because it is quite a long way from... More
No way could you do all three in a day by train... You could do ONE OF Windsor or Bath in a day by train. So you could do both on separate days. Stonehenge would be difficult by train because it is quite a long way from the nearest mainline station.
If you want to do all three on one day then an organised tour would be best, and that would be a long tour. But it would only be a whistlestop visit to each.
Personally I prefer to go to one place and do it comprehensively than just get a glimpse of each and just come away with a few photos. So if you want to spend two days, one for Bath and one for Windsor then you'd really get to explore them.
On the other even a week isn't enough to do all of London so its really a balance as to what you want to achieve.
BTW when are you visiting ?