Things to see & do

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Get really wild outdoors, join a storytelling adventure, or explore the archaeology of the World Heritage Site (WHS) with a friendly guide.

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A king's view walk

New King Barrows in the Stonehenge Landscape © Lucy Evershed

New King Barrows in the Stonehenge Landscape

This walk explores chalk downland at the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. From Bronze Age burial mounds to ancient ceremonial pathways, the landscape surrounding Britain's most famous prehistoric monument is full of intriguing archaeology. There's also a fantastic array of wildlife to look out for all year round.

Durrington Walls and landscape walk

New King Barrows in the Stonehenge Landscape © Lucy Evershed

New King Barrows in the Stonehenge Landscape

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. The Stone Circle was a place of burial in Neolithic times, while Durrington Walls was a place where people lived for part of the year and held feasts and rituals. Both sites were in use over 4,500 years ago.

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

This walk explores two major historic monuments, Durrington Walls and Stonehenge, in the heart of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. On this circular walk you will discover the landscape in its full glory from the Bronze Age barrows to the First World War military railway track, as well as its diverse wildlife and plants.

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.

 

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