Facilities & access

General

  • Stone circle, visitor shuttle and visitor centre exhibition free to National Trust members on display of membership card at the visitor centre ticket kiosk
  • Explore the ancient ceremonial landscape surrounding Stonehenge
  • Access to Fargo Information Point (National Trust) via visitor shuttle from February 2014
  • Pay & Display parking at the visitor centre (not National Trust). Charges apply all year round (National Trust members free). 15 minute walk to landscape cared for by the National Trust
  • CafĂ© at Stonehenge Visitor Centre (not National Trust)
  • Toilets located at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre (not National Trust)
  • Stone circle audio guide available on paid entry to stone circle (National Trust members free)
  • Dogs welcome under close control. No entry to the stone circle, except assistance dogs
  • Groups welcome - please contact us before you visit
  • Landscape guided walks and workshops take place throughout the year please contact us before you visit
  • Additional parking (not National Trust) available at nearby Woodhenge and Durrington Walls
  • Picnic area at Woodhenge car park (not National Trust)

Family & children

  • Lesson plans and learning resources available for school groups

Access

  • Designated disabled parking at the visitor centre (not National Trust)
  • Parking for at least four cars at Durrington Walls and Woodhenge (not National Trust)
  • Toilet adapted for wheelchair users at the visitor centre (not National Trust)
  • Most pathways are uneven and pot-holed. A lot of the downland is gently sloping and the grass can be long and tussocky in places
  • There is a mixture of easily accessible pedestrian gates, kissing gates and stiles across the estate
  • Some of our event guides are trained in audio description. Please contact us for details before you visit

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