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With a history spanning 4,500 years Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today. It is a wonder of the world, a spiritual place and a source of inspiration.
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Stonehenge does not stand in isolation, but forms part of a remarkable ancient landscape of early Neolithic, late Neolithic and early Bronze Age monuments. [ Link ]

Significance of Stonehenge | English Heritage
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Planning ahead and want to book your visit to Stonehenge? From 1st April our opening times are extending. Full details are available on the website.

Stonehenge Prices and Opening Times | English Heritage
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A lintel is a horizontal block that spans the space between two vertical upright supports. At Stonehenge the Sarsen stones make up five central trilithons. [ Link ]
Stonehenge is an icon of the past and a powerful image of ancient achievement. It has been the subject of many paintings and poems and featured in books, music and films. Our Wish you were here exhibition looks at how Stonehenge has been enjoyed over the years across film, TV and other memorabilia.

Wish you were here Exhibition | English Heritage
Huge thanks Hudson's Heritage for our Special Award for Heritage Achievement! #hudsonsawards2017 #charitytuesday
The Stonehenge we see today is the end result of several episodes of construction, after an intervening 4,000 years of destruction and decay. Various stones are fallen or missing, making the original plan difficult to understand. Learn more about the different elements of the monument on our website.

Description of Stonehenge | English Heritage

English Heritage were delighted to welcome 15 young people from Wiltshire Army Cadet Force to Stonehenge this morning at 10am as they raised the Commonwealth Flag.

Around the world, more than 950 Commonwealth Flags were raised at 10.00hrs local time to celebrate Commonwealth Day. A wide range of groups and organisations took part...
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This weekend sees our final Ancient Technology Demonstration at the Stonehenge Visitor Center. Over the two days we'll be taking a closer look at flint knapping with James Dilley. James will be demonstrating the skill of flint knapping alongside talks and demonstrations throughout the day.

Weekend Ancient Technology Demonstrations at Stonehenge | English Heritage
So many of you loved reading about the First World War Aerodrome at Stonehenge, that we've left this article on our website for those who haven't seen it yet.

The First World War Stonehenge Aerodrome | English Heritage
When visiting Stonehenge, make sure you stop by our exhibition and experience our incredible 360 degree view from inside the Stone Circle or take a look at our online Virtual Tour before you arrive.

Virtual Tour - Inside The Stones | English Heritage
Back in September we launched the #Stonehengefromabove competition to celebrate 30 years of World Heritage Site status for Stonehenge and Avebury.
This morning we welcomed the winners to Stonehenge for their tethered hot air balloon experience. The weather was on our side and everyone got to experience Stonehenge from above.
Keep an eye on our website and social media pages for future...
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Want to work at this world-famous monument and be part of the Stonehenge team? We are recruiting Visitor Assistants in full and part-time positions. More details are on our website.

Join the Stonehenge team | English Heritage
Planning a day trip to Stonehenge soon? Why not add in a trip to nearby Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum in Devizes to truly discover Stonehenge? [ Link ]
Take a closer look at our exhibition and step inside our special exhibition 'Wish You Were Here'. Celebrating the ways in which Stonehenge has been experienced and enjoyed by its many visitors, this exhibition features historical souvenirs, postcards and guidebooks.

Wish You Were Here | English Heritage
Did you know Stonehenge is the setting for the climax of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbevilles (1891)? After committing murder, Tess goes on the run with Angel Clare, the man she loves and wanted to marry. Walking on Salisbury Plain at night, they almost bump into Stonehenge.

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The Stone Circle is an iconic symbol of Britain and a walk around it is the centerpiece to any visit to the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. Plan your trip to the stones today and marvel at this wonder of the world.

Plan Your Visit | English Heritage
Become part of the Stonehenge team.
We are recruiting for Visitor Assistants in full and part time roles. Interested?
Full details are available on the website.

Jobs at Stonehenge | English Heritage
Today is your last chance to vote for Stonehenge in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards.
Stonehenge has been nominated for the Heritage Site of the Year. If you love Stonehenge, vote online before midnight tonight.

Stop by our Neolithic Houses and meet our knowledgeable volunteers. They'll show you how the people of Stonehenge might have lived and demonstrate ancient domestic skills such as flint knapping and rope making.

Neolithic Houses at Stonehenge | English Heritage