A visit to Stonehenge

A Dartmoor blog

On the way back from Knepp last weekend we dropped into Stonehenge for a quick visit. The Stones themselves are owned and managed by English Heritage but 2500 acres of the surrounding landscape which is also very rich in archaeology and important for wildlife is owned and managed by the National Trust.

It is probably Britain’s most visited countryside attraction and is very very busy attracting visitors from all over the world. If you want to visit booking is essential – see here for full details. Access is free to National Trust and English Heritage members otherwise it costs over £17 to enter.

The National Trust property is known as Stonehenge Landscapes – details here and is free to enter.

Stonehenge 1If you bide your time and get your camera angles right it can look like you have the place to yourself!

Stonehenge 4It was a glorious sunny afternoon and it…

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