Experiencing a phenomenon of the world that is still a mystery in an age of science and knowledge is fascinating for these visitors. When you are planning your next trip to England, it is essential to put visiting Stonehenge on your to-do list. You can visit Stonehenge at any time of the year, but of course, warmer temperatures are more comfortable for an experience completely outside. For the summer months, expect higher traffic in the area and tourist volume to be at its peak. However, there is plenty of room for visitors to enjoy the atmosphere and choose how they would like to tour Stonehenge.
You do have the ability to walk to the Stonehenge area, but the stones and the sacred ground will be roped off and a ticket is required for entry. Viewing Stonehenge from this angle is not flattering nor will you gain the proper experience. This is not advised as your experience is limited and the absolute closest you can get without being charged is ten yards from the stones. The entire perimeter is unattainable without a ticket.
Experiencing Stonehenge during one of these daily time periods will allow a view that cannot be captured throughout the day. With open plains, enjoy your lunch in the plain and just relax in awe at the mystery of Stonehenge. If you do decide to take on a self-guided tour, you are responsible for your own transportation and the possibility that you may not experience all that Stonehenge has to offer its visitors. Make sure that you prepare well and know what look for before taking on one of these tours.