Stonehenge is a stone circle in the Amesbury. The stone circle was constructed around 2,500 BC. There are several theories on why the prehistoric people built this impressive stone circle ranging from worshiping ancestors to burial place.. It is one of the seven wonders of the world.
I enjoyed to be able to see these rocks in person, although they no longer allow you to go up to the rocks.
You now have to book in advance and they have made your visit a whole new experience. I have not been but I have been told it is amazing!
Admission is free if you have an English Heritage membership.
I highly recommend that you plan on seeing something else in the area such as Bath as they are only an hour away from one another. Allow about 30 minutes to an hour at this location.
Address: Off A344 Road, Amesbury, Wiltshire - SP4 7DE
All the Best!
American to Britain