Did you know the famous stone circle is surrounded by other prehistoric monuments, which are all part of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site?
Take a Magical History Tour and explore some of the hidden gems of Wiltshire. Learn about some of Salisbury and Amesbury’s myths and legends and pay a visit to the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge too – home to lots of myths and wonders as to why this awe-inspiring site lies where it does and its meaning.
Take the bus to Amesbury and join a National Trust guided walk to discover ancient places such as the Great Cursus, the Stonehenge Avenue, King Barrow Ridge for its Bronze Age burial mounds, and the great henge of Durrington Walls which hides the remains of a Neolithic village. Alternatively, download a self-guided walk leaflet from the National Trust website to explore it at your leisure.
Walk through 2,100 acres of grassland which surrounds the famous stone circle, and it’s is a great place for picnics, with plenty of wildlife spotting on offer too – remember to bring your binoculars.
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