Stonehenge Tickets

Welcome to the most ancient and sophisticated prehistoric monument that has made it to modern times.

Stonehenge is famous for its unrivaled design and unique engineering skills that are still a mystery no historian could unravel.

This British monument is not only scenic but also an exciting site surrounded by myths, legends and folklore.

Wish to travel to the prehistoric period or are you looking to escape the modern and busy life of London?

Then, Stonehenge is the perfect destination for you to visit.

Opening hours: 9.30 am

Closing time: 7 pm from June to August
5 pm from September to May

Best time to visit:9.30 am or late afternoon

Time required: 1 hour

Ticket Price: £12 to £20


Salisbury, SP4 7DE

Stonehenge Tickets

Are you planning to visit Stonehenge but confused about the best Stonehenge tickets?

There is a range of Stonehenge tickets with different benefits and inclusions. 

A simple entry ticket lets the tourists skip all the lines to visit the Stonehenge site on a self-guided tour. 

The skip the line advantage of this ticket helps the visitors reduce their waiting time from 45 minutes to 15 minutes and offers an audio guide for an informative tour of the site. 

If you are traveling from London to Stonehenge, then take the half a day audio-guided tour from London. 

This morning tour ticket is perfect for exploring Stonehenge from London.  

When traveling from London, why just visit Stonehenge? 

There are various other popular attractions on the route, like Windsor Castle, Roman Bath, Lacock and Oxford city. 

Combination tickets are available to tour these attractions along with Stonehenge with just one ticket. 

The best combination tour tickets are

Stonehenge Ticket Prices:

The ticket prices vary depending on the tour type, age group, inclusions and benefits. 

The Stonehenge ticket costs:

Ticket TypeTicket Price
Entry ticket £12 to £20
London to Stonehenge tour ticket£55 to £58
Stonehenge and Windsor Castle combination tour ticket£59 to £124
Stonehenge, Bath and Lacock tour ticket£150 to £160

Ticket Discounts

The Stonehenge ticket prices vary depending on the tour type and age group. 

In addition, age-based discounts are also available on specific Stonehenge tickets. 

This offer is generally available for infants, children, students with ID and senior citizens. 

Some tours are free for infants below the age of 3 years. 

Students of age 18 to 27 years and senior Citizens above the age of 65 enjoy discounted prices on all tickets. 

Why are online Stonehenge tickets better?

Stonehenge tickets are available both at the visitor center’s ticket counter and online. 

Thinking about buying Stonehenge entry tickets at the ticket counter?

Remember that you will have to wait in long lines at the ticket counters and spend more money than required. 

With millions of tourists visiting the monument every year, it is doubtful that you will be able to secure the admission ticket and desired entry time.  

Hence, purchasing online tickets is the easiest and most preferable choice. 

Online tickets cost less than on-site tickets and also offer discounts on the entry ticket price.

By purchasing Stonehenge tickets online, you can save time, money and the hassle of long queues and also skip last-minute disappointments. 

How do online tickets work?

Purchasing online entry tickets to Stonehenge is as easy as any other online purchase. 

Once the purchase is complete, you will receive the ticket by email.  

All you need to do is present the ticket at the counter in the visitor’s center and skip all the lines to visit Stonehenge.

Keep in mind to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time to complete the security checks, and identity verification and take your shuttle from the visitor’s center to the site.

“The visitor centre provided a great explanation of what its purpose was and also how the Stonehenge was built. The gift shop provided high-quality souvenirs as well. The henge itself was stunning especially accounting for the time period when it was built.”

Arthur M, Trip Advisor

What to see in Stonehenge

Stone Circle 

Made of Sarsen, Lintel and Bluestone, the inner Stone Circle of Stonehenge is a mysterious architectural marvel. 

Visitors Center

The Stonehenge Visitor Center offers a comprehensive look at the history and the ancient monument, with interactive exhibits and museums.


Witness archeological masterpieces like polished axes, Flint knapping groups, Mandibles and more at the Stonehenge museum.

Landscape walking trail 

Trek along the Landscape Walking Trail, an eight-mile scenic trail leading to Stonehenge through Avebury Stone circles, Longstone hill and the Ridgeway path. 

Bronze age Burial Mounds

Visit the Bronze Age Burial Mounds, a unique sight at Stonehenge, including the prime mounds like Cursus Barrow and Priddy Nine Barrows.


Woodhenge is an ancient monument consisting of a circular formation of wooden posts around a central stone monument.

The cuckoo stone

Located 400 meters east of Stonehenge, the Cuckoo Stone is a battered sarsen stone marking the site of Woodhenge.  

Durrington Walls 

Durrington Walls, the largest Neolithic henge, is believed to be a ritual or ceremonial site from 2000 to 1600 BCE.

The Curcus 

Stonehenge Cursus or the Greater Crusus, is an impressive sight, with long straight lines stretching for nearly 2 miles. 

Best time to visit Stonehenge

The best time to visit Stonehenge is during the initial hours of opening or late afternoon before the closing time. 

The crowd is thin during these hours and visitors can enjoy a personalized trip to Stonehenge. 

The best time of the year to visit Stonehenge is definitely the summer from June to Mid-September. 

However, it is the busiest time and the crowds do not thin out. 

The Summer Solstice is one of the best times to visit Stonehenge to witness the first ray of shine fall into the heart of Stonehenge. 

Watching sunrise during the Summer Solistice is one of the best things to do in Stonehenge. 

If you want to visit Stonehenge when it is less crowded and has a pleasant climate, we recommend you plan your visit during April, May or October.

Winter solstice is also a popular time to visit Stonehenge to witness the sunset. 

If you plan to visit during the winter, the best time to visit is after 2 pm.

How long does it take

Visiting Stonehenge takes around 40 minutes to 1 hour. 

For all the visitors who want to get an immersive experience at the site, explore exhibitions and more, it would take 2 to 3 hours.

Guided tours, day tours and combination tickets offer 2 hours of guided trip inside the monument.

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