Stonehenge actually wasn’t that high on our list of things to see on our 2-week UK roadtrip… but we were passing through that area anyway and so we thought ‘Why not?’ They built it right next to the freeway anyway…. J/K J/K.
Stonehenge in the distance. It’s a busy area.
Trams are required to get from the parking lot to the Neolithic site. Of course, you can always park elsewhere and walk but we like to abide by rules when in a foreign country. I know, I know. Where’s our sense of adventure?
And there it is folks. We saw it. And took pictures in front of it.
Godzilla enjoyed Stonehenge as well. Not sure what state he left it in though… I hope it’s still standing. Sometimes he gets out of control and destroys cities…..
- Address: Amesbury, Wiltshire SP4 7DE, UK
- Fees: Adult £15.50; Child (5-15) £9.30; Concession £13.90; Family (2 adults, 3 children) £40.30
- Hours: 9:30am-7pm
- Usage: Heavy
- Things to note:
- Visitors can opt to walk the 1.5 miles to the Stonehenge stone circle, or take the 10-minute free shuttle bus ride.
- Pets allowed: No
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