The Stonehenge Visitor Centre – Your Complete Guide

The Visitor Centre at Stonehenge was opened back in December 2013 and is home to both permanent and temporary exhibitions included in thse are over 300 items found through archaeological digs that were once buried in and around Stonehenge. The items that are on exhibition include jewellery, pottery and even human remains.

Stonehenge Visitor Centre

Can We Eat At The Visitor Centre?

Yes, there is a cafe that serves both hot and cold food for all, the fodo is also locally sourced so you can be assured of decent quality. Of course you may want to sit down and eat and theres over 100 seats available for you to enjoy your lunch there – alternatively you can take the food away with you.

 

Where Is The Visitor Centre Located Exactly?

A lot of visitors expect the visitor centre to be located at the stones, but it is actually 1.5 miles from the famous stones. A shuttle service (seen below) can take you from the visitor centre direct to the stones, however, if you prefer you can walk or have the bus drop you off half way – a lot of people take this option.

You may require the address for the Visitor Centre – if so it is:

Stonehenge Visitor Centre
Near Amesbury
Wiltshire
SP4 7DE

Tel: 0370 333 1181

 

What Are The Opening Times For the Visitor Centre?

25 March – 31 May 2016

Monday – Sunday 09:30 – 19:00

Spring Holiday opening times

Early May Bank Holiday 2 May 2016

09:30 – 19:00

Spring Bank Holiday 30 May 2016

09:30 – 19:00

1 June – 31 August 2016

Monday – Sunday 09:00 – 20:00

Summer Bank Holiday 29 August 

09:00 – 20:00

1 September – 15 October 2016

Monday – Sunday 09:30 – 19:00

Please note… last entry to the Visitor Centre is 2 hours prior to closing – so if it closes at 7:00pm then the last chance you can get in is at 4:59pm!

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