- 1 How far is Cardiff to Stonehenge?
- 2 Do you have to pay to see Stonehenge?
- 3 How do you get to Stonehenge without a car?
- 4 Can I drive to Stonehenge?
- 5 Is Stonehenge worth visiting?
- 6 Where can I park for free at Stonehenge?
- 7 Do you need to book Stonehenge?
- 8 Is there a fence around Stonehenge?
- 9 Is there parking at Stonehenge?
- 10 Can you see Stonehenge from road?
- 11 Can you walk from woodhenge to Stonehenge?
How far is Cardiff to Stonehenge?
The distance between Cardiff and Stonehenge is around 61 miles (99 km).
Do you have to pay to see Stonehenge?
It is free for people purchasing tickets to enter Stonehenge, there is a charge if you are not. Tour buses have their own separate coach park. To enter the Stonehenge Exhibition at the Visitor Centre you need a full ticket to Stonehenge, anyone can access the café, gift shop and toilets though, for free.
How do you get to Stonehenge without a car?
The nearest railway stations to Stonehenge are: Salisbury (12 miles) – from where there’s a bus to Stonehenge (see above); Grately (12 miles); Warminster (17 miles); and Andover (18 miles) from where there’s a bus to Amesbury (from where it’s a 2-mile walk to Stonehenge – see below).
Can I drive to Stonehenge?
You can absolutely visit for free, type in Willoughby Road, Larkhill, Salisbury into your sat Nav or google maps and drive to the bottom of that road where the Stonehenge sign is. Walk down the pathway – it may say closed / no access (that’s for cars only!) You can enter that road from A303 or Fargo Road.
Is Stonehenge worth visiting?
The site does have a curious history, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s very easy to get to from London. However, I wouldn’t recommend making a visit to Stonehenge the only motivation for a day trip from London. Pair it with Bath or Salisbury or another place of interest to make it worth your time.
Where can I park for free at Stonehenge?
While it does involve an hour-long walk to Stonehenge, you won’t need to worry about getting towed or ticketed. The National Trust has a free car park at Woodhenge, another historic Neolithic monument in the area. Simply put “Woodhenge” into your navigation app of choice and head to the site.
Do you need to book Stonehenge?
You now need to book timed-tickets in advance to visit Stonehenge. If you ‘re a Member or a Local Resident Pass holder, your ticket will be free, but you still need to book in advance.
Is there a fence around Stonehenge?
If you visit Stonehenge today, you’ll find that it’s roped off — keeping visitors from touching, or worse, taking bits of the nearly 5,000 year old monument. However, with the recognition that the stones might be unstable Stonehenge was fenced, a policeman was installed, and a 1 shilling entrance fee was charged.
Is there parking at Stonehenge?
Parking is available on site. During peak periods, there is a parking charge to non-members and those who have not prebooked tickets which is fully refundable on purchase of a ticket to Stonehenge.
Can you see Stonehenge from road?
Yes, you can quickly view Stonehenge when driving along the A303 Road in both directions. Don’t expect more than a quick glimpse though. You ‘ll need to keep to the speed limit, and there’s nowhere to pull over or park your car. Taking the time to actually visit Stonehenge will be much more rewarding.
Can you walk from woodhenge to Stonehenge?
This circular walk takes you from the car park at Woodhenge to the world famous Stonehenge. It’s about a 2.5 mile walk to the site on a series of fairly flat footpaths. On the way you ‘ll pass other interesting historical sites with fine views across Salisbury Plain.