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.
The Stone Circle is a masterpiece of engineering, and building it would have taken huge effort from hundreds of well-organised people using only simple tools and technologies. Visit Stonehenge to find out more, and use our handy glossary to understand words such as trilithon, sarsen and henge.
Chat to the volunteers and discover how the houses were built using authentic materials and techniques, based on the evidence of dwellings found nearby. Watch them demonstrate ancient domestic skills - flint knapping, making rope out of rushes, and grinding grain with a quern and a rider.
Imagine what it feels like to stand in the middle of Stonehenge at winter and summer solstice, with this unique and memorable experience.
You can also experience the Stonehenge landscape through time with their interactive map. See how the environment changed before, during and after the time of Stonehenge, and click on features to learn more about this incredible prehistoric area.
Over 250 archaeological objects and treasures discovered in the landscape, are displayed together at Stonehenge for the first time. Ranging from jewellery, pottery and tools to ancient human remains, many of these items are on loan from our museum partners, Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum.
Come and see the face of a man who was here 5,500 years ago - a forensic reconstruction based on his bones found near Stonehenge.
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