The controversial £1.7 billion upgrade of the A303 includes a tunnel below the Stonehenge World Heritage Site and eight miles of dual carriageway.
Source: Light at the end of the tunnel for Stonehenge road plans
Book your timed admission ticket for Stonehenge, one of the world’s most famous prehistoric monuments. When you visit the site you’ll be able to explore its new world-class visitor center that houses museum-quality exhibits, a shop, and a café.
Source: Stonehenge Admission Ticket
A new report claims that there is uncertainty over plans to dual the A303 and build a tunnel under Stonehenge. The Amesbury and Berwick Down road improvement project, which involves building a tunnel beneath the World Heritage Site, is still at a very early stage. However a report by the National Audit Office claims that there are risks and uncertainty around it being delivered on time and achieving the desired benefits. The project forms part of the A303 and A358 road corridor which links the South East and South West of England.
Source: Serious ‘concerns’ over plans to dual the A303 and build tunnel under Stonehenge
Despite signs warning visitors not to stand on the wall, many are ignoring the information and clambering up the stones – which reach as high as eight-foot at some points.
Source: Tourists are destroying Hadrian’s Wall with selfies
It could be a description for the art heist of the century, but there’s more to the story.
Source: Stonehenge’s missing piece smuggled abroad returned after 60 years
Solutions for improving the environment surrounding the Stonehenge, while explored and pursued to high costs, have resulted in nothing concrete.
Source: The battle to preserve a historical structure
A perfect combination of the U.K.’s top sites, including Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath.
Source: Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath with Lunch
Visit two of England’s most important UNESCO World Heritage sites in one day with fun and outgoing guides. Size matters; benefit from small group sizing (no more than 15) for an authentic and memorable experience.
Source: From Oxford: Stonehenge and Bath Small-Group Tour
Take an Express Coach Service from London to Stonehenge. Enjoy the stones at your leisure with a fascinating audio-guide tour.
Source: Stonehenge Express Half-Day Tour from London
Archaeologists have accused road workers of damaging a 6,000-year-old structure close to Stonehenge…
Source: Stonehenge Site Damaged During Road Construction, Archeologists Say
Discover mysterious Stonehenge at your own pace on a half-day tour from London, with free time on your own. Explore the amazing work of prehistoric man, as you listen to expert commentary from excellent audio headsets in 9 languages.
Source: Stonehenge Half-Day Afternoon Tour from London
As the visit to mountains and sea let us feel and realise their magnificence, the third epitome could be Stonehenge, an English world heritage site.
Source: Stonehenge – the mysterious World Heritage Site
Stonehenge will play host to a unique world first experience when Paul Oakenfold performs this September in support of the charity and guardian of the ancient stones, English Heritage.
Source: DJ Paul Oakenfold to Play Stonehenge
Woodhenge is the mysterious remnant of a Stone Age structure and part of the Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn more about its history and how you can visit it today.
Source: England’s Woodhenge: The Complete Guide
STONEHENGE is one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, attracting a huge flock of tourists every year. But where are the legendary standing stones and – more importantly – wh…
Source: Fancy visiting Stonehenge? Here’s how to travel to Britain’s striking landmark… and the history behind it