How to get here
Salisbury 9½ miles (15.2km) away.
To reach the Stonehenge Visitor Centre Car Park (not National Trust) driving west along the A303 take the A360 exit towards Devizes at Long Barrow roundabout. At Airman’s Corner take the third exit and the Stonehenge car park is on your right.
Parking: A parking charge will apply at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre (not National Trust). National Trust members free with a National Trust car sticker on display.
Sat-Nav: The postcode for Stonehenge Visitor Centre Car Park is SP3 4DX
Stonehenge Down is a 2 mile (3.2km) walk from Amesbury. There are several routes along byways and bridleways, either across Countess Farm or Coneybury Hill. Larkhill is 1 mile (1.6km) away across bridleways. Durrington Walls is ¾ mile (1.2km) from Durrington and 1½ miles (2.4km) from Amesbury, along small roads and bridleways. From Amesbury you can use an underpass to get under the A303 roundabout, then use the pavements along the A345 (Countess Road). Next to Woodhenge the old A345 still exists, running parallel to the current road, where you can safely walk along the grass verge near the top end of the roundabout.
Cycling is a great way to get to the Stonehenge Landscape with some wonderful views along the way. Just keep to the byways and bridleways. route 45 runs from Salisbury up the Woodford Valley to Amesbury, east of National Trust land at Stonehenge. It then travels north to Marlborough and Swindon.