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Visit Stonehenge car-free

From Salisbury railway station, nine miles from Stonehenge, a regular tour bus runs to Stonehenge with stops at other nearby sights. Several companies also run direct tours from London, Oxford and elsewhere.

There are trains to Salisbury from places all over the Southwest of England, including London Waterloo, Bristol, Exeter, Basingstoke. Trains from London take about 1½ hours.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

Combined bus-entry tickets available on Stonehenge Tour.

About Stonehenge

Was it built to observe the stars, respect the dead or worship the sun? The famous stone circle at Stonehenge has been standing for nearly five millennia and we still don’t know why it was first built. A state-of-the-art Visitor Centre has café to refuel after walking to the stones and a museum to explore the site’s mysteries.

For any queries about visiting contact Stonehenge on 0370 333 1181 or customers@english-heritage.org.uk

Address: Stonehenge, Near Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7DE. Visit Website