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Anti_quarian: Been several times through my life, used to live just up the road actually.
For me the effect of the place only gets stronger as the years pass by. h_fenton: Arrived at Stonehenge before dawn, watched the sun slowly rise from the roadside, crossed the road, popped my kite and camera into the air and then watched Stonehenge security scurry towards me before they told me to take it down because I might damage the stones.
Private access is available throughout most of the year and must be booked in advance from English Heritage. bat400: My friend had downplayed the site so as not to ruin any exaggerated image I had in my mind.
He did such a good job that I was astonished, forcing him to stop the car a half mile to the east, so I could get out and revel in the view from a distance before we arrived.
Access: (for now) Drive down the A303 and you can't miss it.
There is now a web site Stones of Stonehenge with a page devoted to each stone, and some of the missing ones.
More here The Stonehenge Alliance write: The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) has commissioned a special edition of its members magazine British Archaeology designed to inform debate about the proposed road tunnel at Stonehenge.
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Stonehenge needs no introduction of course, and many other sites on the web cover it in detail, so I won't say much more.
achiersnakes: Don't really need to say a lot about Stonehenge apart from how amazing it is.
At first seeing the prices for the museum and shuttle bus I was sceptical about the experience but afterwards it was worth it. Make sure you get the shuttle bus and museum pass - even just for the...The recently-discovered Mesolithic site of Blick Mead dates back over eight millennia.