I met an Arizona/New Haven area family on the train to Salisbury and together we caught the bus to Stonehenge. At 3:45, we arrived at the site. Perhaps more intriguing than the circle of rocks (which itself is circled by a fence to prevent tourists from approaching the stones) was a large pasture dotted with sheep across the street. The field lies behind the Collection Booth where visitors pay the toll for entry through an underpass to the roped-off path around the mystical structure. Judging the ticket price to exceed the value, however, I took my pictures from the free sidewalk and returned to the double-decker bus to get out of the rain.
Stonehenge Sights & Attractions review
I didn't find Stonehenge to be worth the visit, and certainly not worth paying to cross the street for a little closer, but if you're in the neighborh… read entire review