Things to see & do

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Stonehenge wildlife

Together with the RSPB we have produced this beautifully illustrated leaflet providing an introduction to the wildlife around this ancient landscape.

A king's view walk

Many of the oldest barrows stand along King Barrow Ridge © Lucy Evershed

Many of the oldest barrows stand along King Barrow Ridge

This walk explores chalk downland at the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. From Bronze Age burial mounds to ancient ceremonial pathways, explore the landscape surrounding Britain's most famous prehistoric monuments.

Durrington Walls and landscape walk

Explore two sites on this walk which have been in use for over 4,500 years © Lucy Evershed

Explore two sites on this walk which have been in use for over 4,500 years

Explore the link between two of the most important henge enclosures in the country in a less well-known part of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.

Durrington Walls to Stonehenge

In 2005, Durrington Walls was revealed as the site of a Neolithic village © Stephen Fisher

In 2005, Durrington Walls was revealed as the site of a Neolithic village

On this circular walk you can discover the landscape in its full glory including Bronze Age barrows, a First World War military railway track, as well as a wide range of plants and wildlife.

See the fabulous beech trees

Learn more about the ancient beech trees which look down on Stonehenge from King Barrow Ridge.

Fargo Woodland

Family reading the information boards at Fargo woodland.

On your way to Stonehenge you are able to disembark from the visitor shuttle at Fargo Wood where there are ancient burial mounds and lots of wildlife to discover (less than a mile from the stone circle).

How many 50 things can you tick off at Stonehenge?

How many 50 things can you tick off at Stonehenge?

Are you up for the challenge?

The magical landscape of Stonehenge is the perfect place to embark on your 50 things outdoor adventure.

  • Fly a kite
  • Find a geocache
  • Make a grass trumpet
  • Hunt for bugs

 

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