Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

On the following pages we've tried to tell you everything you need to know to plan a great day out at Stonehenge.

If you still have questions and you can't find the answers on our FAQs, please contact our customer service team. 

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Stonehenge: Pre-Visit Information

Our Visitor Assistant Lynne shows you what to expect on a day out at Stonehenge.

A BSL version of this video is also available here: Stonehenge Pre-visit Information Video (BSL version)

Travelling from London to Stonehenge

Getting to Stonehenge from London is easy and there are several ways to travel.

By train

Salisbury is the nearest train station. There is a direct line from London Waterloo which takes around 1h30m. From Salisbury you can take a taxi from the station (12 miles/19 km) or take the Stonehenge Tour Bus which departs hourly from the railway station forecourt. You have the option to stop off at Old Sarum if you choose to take the bus. 

By coach

There are many companies offering coach tours from London. Many of these depart from London Victoria 364 days per year. There are also small group and private hire options available to book online.

By car

Stonehenge is located just off the A303. For Sat Nav use SP4 7DE and follow the brown and white tourist signs to the Visitor Centre. There is a parking charge to non-members and those who have not prebooked tickets. Journey time from central London is around 2 hours. We encourage you to car share where possible. 

Our commitment to the environment

Stonehenge is a world class visitor attraction attracting visitors from across the globe. From sustainable building design to recycling waste, we take our commitment to the environment seriously. 

Read on to find out more