Tickets For Stonehenge
Stonehenge operates by timed tickets, meaning if you want to guarantee your entry you have to book in advance – even English Heritage and National Trust members entitled to free admission. If you're planning a peak-season visit, it's best to secure your ticket well in advance.
Stonehenge actually forms part of a huge complex of ancient monuments.
North of Stonehenge and running roughly east–west is the Cursus, an elongated embanked oval; the smaller Lesser Cursus is nearby. Theories abound as to what these sites were used for, ranging from ancient sporting arenas to processional avenues for the dead. Two clusters of burial mounds, the Old and New Kings Barrows, sit beside the ceremonial pathway the Avenue, which originally linked Stonehenge with the River Avon, 2 miles away.