Stonehenge Landscape, Monument and Visitor Centre. These walks provides you with spectacular views of the Stonehenge area rarely seen by the millions of people who visit the monument each year. This really is a wonderful walk with some tantalising glimpses of the Stone Circle as you approach.
Did you know the famous stone circle is surrounded by other prehistoric monuments, which are all part of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site?
Stonehenge needs little introduction. We all know it. But have you ever experienced it on foot? And do you know how those huge heavy rocks got there? Or what the ancient site was used for?
The best way to approach Stonehenge is on foot across the landscape, the same way that the ancient Neolithic and Bronze Age people did over 4000 years ago.
Our licensed guided walking tours provides you with spectacular views of the Stonehenge area rarely seen by the millions of people who visit the monument each year. This really is a wonderful walk with some tantalising glimpses of the Stone Circle as you approach
WORLD HERITAGE GUIDED WALKS
This Stonehenge World Heritage Trail explores the awe-inspiring monuments and landscapes of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain. Your expert guide will lead you through ancient landscapes, monumental earthworks, megalithic circles and avenues.
Your tour guide for this experience is a local historian and astronomer who has spent the last 15 years researching Stonehenge and its surrounding area. He has an in-depth understanding of the solar and lunar alignment theories as well as a passion for the archaeology and history of the World Heritage Site.
Stonehenge special access tours can also be arranged and combined with our walking tours for private groups. Transport can be arranged for departures from London, Bath and nearby Salisbury
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It really is more than a 'pile of rocks' in a fieild! Our guide mest us at the visitor centre and walked us across the landscape giving is an inreal view of the monument. We had no idea how many neolithic sites surround the stones and the guide brought the history, astronomy, myths and legends alive. I hight recommend booking a guide if you are visiting Stonehenge for the 1st time. P.S wear some boots and take a coat if you want to makwe the most of the walk.