There is no other attraction in Britain quite like Stonehenge. This mysterious and imposing construction in the Salisbury countryside has intrigued and excited visitors for centuries and, with the redevelopment of the tourist infrastructure surrounding it, will continue do so for many centuries to come.
Believed to have been built at some point between 3000 and 2000 BCE, the purpose and meaning behind the stones and their arrangement is still disputed, though many theories exist and recent discoveries posit that it fulfilled a number of functions. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the surrounding land is owned by the National Trust and has recently been opened up and made far more accessible to visitors.
- It is wheelchair accessible
- Wheelchair hire is available.
- There are some accessible toilets
- Assistance dogs are welcome
- There are described guides
- There are descriptive tours
- There is subtitled media
- Induction loops are partially used
- Large print material is available
- There is Braille material
- There is pushchair accessibility
- Carers go free