Tuesday, 30 May 2017
Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2017
Everyone should do it once, but if you have been before I wouldn't bother this year, I won't. I don't like the increased hassle and the plastic people.
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Stonehenge is an ancient prehistoric site which may have been a place of worship and celebration at the time of Summer Solstice for thousands of years and is seen by many as a sacred site.
Please note that the site will close at 15:00 on Tuesday 20 June with last normal day admissions at 13:00, so that we can prepare for Summer Solstice Managed Open Access. Stonehenge is closed on Wednesday 21 June and will re-open at 09:00 on Thursday 22 June.
English Heritage is pleased to provide free Managed Open Access to Stonehenge for Summer solstice 2017 and ask that if you are planning to join us for this peaceful and special occasion that you read the Conditions of Entry and the information provided on the following pages before deciding whether to come. These are written to ensure enjoyment and safety for everyone attending summer solstice at Stonehenge.
Please note to reduce risk to those attending and to the monument itself, alcohol is not allowed in the monument field during summer solstice.
DATES AND TIMES
TUESDAY 20 JUNE 2017
SOLSTICE CAR PARK OPENS 19:00
ACCESS TO MONUMENT FIELD 19:00
WEDNESDAY 21 JUNE 2017
LAST ADMISSION TO SOLSTICE CAR PARK 06:00 (or when full)
STONEHENGE MONUMENT FIELD CLOSES 08:00
SOLSTICE CAR PARK TO BE VACATED 12:00 (Noon)
Admission to the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge is free of charge.
Parking is limited and charges apply (see Travelling to Solstice for details). We strongly recommend travelling by public transport or arranging to car share with friends or through Liftshare .
For further details and information to help you plan your journey, including details of local accommodation and other helpful advice for Summer Solstice at Stonehenge, follow links below.
Follow @eh_stonehenge on Twitter for live information during the summer solstice.
Travelling to Solstice
Facilities, safety and welfare
What (and what not) to bring