Get Stonehenge tickets with advance timed entry slots. Stonehenge is open to the public following the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Your visit includes new safety measures to keep everyone safe. Visitor numbers
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Get Stonehenge tickets with advance timed entry slots. Stonehenge is open to the public following the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Your visit includes new safety measures to keep everyone safe. Visitor numbers are currently limited and you must book an advance time entry ticket in order to access Stonehenge.
Stonehenge Tickets August 2020
Stonehenge is now open following the easing of lockdown restrictions. English Heritage have implemented a number of changes to ensure the health and safety of visitors. This means that all guests must purchase Stonehenge tickets with advance timed entry.
Stonehenge tickets – without transport
Our Stonehenge tickets are perfect if you are travelling to the stone circle independently and are just looking for a ticket with a timed entrance. Tickets are available to purchase in August 2020 with rates for adults, children, seniors and students. You can download for free the Stonehenge Audio Tour onto your smartphone, which is available from your app store.
Get a Stonehenge ticket with return bus transportation from Central London. You will depart on a coach from Victoria Station and travel directly to Stonehenge. You will have approximately 2 hours to enjoy the stone circle, exhibition and visitor centre. At the end of your visit, you’ll return to London. This service is available from August 2020.
The nearest train station to Stonehenge is Salisbury, and here you must take a bus in order to get to Stonehenge. You can purchase a combination ticket that includes a return bus trip to and from the train station and timed-entry tickets to Stonehenge. You can order your tickets online here.
Stonehenge tour from London
We offer a full-day tour from London that includes tickets to Stonehenge, as well as a visit to the nearby town of Bath. This is the perfect way to spend a day out from London and includes transportation and an expert tour guide. These tours are available in August and September 2020.
Stonehenge special access tickets allow you to go inside the stone circle, something that you are not allowed to do with a regular ticket. These special tickets are limited to a maximum of 30 people per session and are only available on certain days during the year. This is because Stonehenge goes to great efforts to conserve and preserve the Neolithic site for future generations. If you are lucky enough to secure tickets, you’ll learn about the secrets of Stonehenge from your knowledgeable host.
What to expect:
The stone circle, exhibition and visitor centre are all open to visitors. You’ll get to marvel at the Neolithic stone circle that is a UNESCO World Heritage site and gaze at the extraordinary stones. Visitors can also learn more about the history and archaeological background to Stonehenge at the exhibition and visitor centre.
The shuttle bus that normally takes all visitors from the visitor’s centre to the stone circle is now prioritized for those who need it. All visitors have to wear a face-covering as well as adhere to social distancing norms. In addition, there is hand sanitizer gel available and barriers in place to help social distancing.