Stonehenge Landscape

A World Heritage Site for its ancient ceremonial landscape of great archaeological interest.

Lone tree in landscape

You can’t help but be inspired to explore this amazing landscape 

Immerse yourself in the ancient landscape of Stonehenge, there's so much to explore and many mysteries to unravel.

Beech trees

Walking trails in the Stonehenge Landscape 

Sometimes the only way to really learn about a place is to get out and explore. Here we have a series of four walks that take you all over the Stonehenge Landscape.

Lady walking her dog by trees

Dog walking in the Stonehenge landscape 

There are few things better than striding out in beautiful wide-open spaces with your dog at your side, and the landscape around Stonehenge is one of the best places to do this. However, please be aware that, due to increased incidences of sheep-worrying and the loss of a number of sheep, there are some restrictions on where you can take your dog within the World Heritage Site. Please click to find out more.

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What's on 

Upcoming events

Midwinter Archaeology Walk

Thu 19 Dec 2019
13:00-16:00
The Stonehenge landscape is an intriguing place with many of its secrets still lying tantalisingly below ground. However, this enjoyable and informative 4 mile walk with an expert guide will have you looking at this landscape with new eyes.
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History

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Wildlife

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Learning

Volunteering

Bring your group for an educational adventure 

There's nothing like getting children out into the landscape and engaging with history to inspire them to learn. Click to find out more.

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Get involved

Guided walk at Stonehenge Landscape

Help us with our vital work  

There's so much you can do to help the National Trust with its work in the Stonehenge Landscape. Find out how you can make a difference by becoming a volunteer.

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Our work

Stonehenge and visitor

Proposed Stonehenge road scheme 

The Secretary of State is expected to make a decision about the proposed Stonehenge road scheme in spring 2020. You can find out more about our position here.