Discover the Hidden History and Ancient Mysteries that lie within the World Heritage Site. 2015 National Trust Events

12 04 2015

Discover the hidden history and ancient mysteries that lie within the World Heritage Site on a National Trust event National Trust Eventsthis year.

Walk with an archaeologist: the Stonehenge landscape

Join Neolithic expert and National Trust archaeologist Dr. Nick Snashall on this half day exploration of the Stonehenge landscape and find out about the latest exciting discoveries. We’ll be walking around four miles.

18th April 2015 – Visit the National Trust website

Discover Durrington Walls

Ever wondered where the builders of Stonehenge lived? Join our landscape guides to explore the secrets of Durrington Walls – once home to the builders of Stonehenge – and discover 6,000 years of hidden history (2.5 – 3 mile walk).

25th April 2015 – Visit the National Trust website

Archaeology Walk 

Explore the wider Stonehenge World Heritage landscape with a guide discovering hidden histories and ancient mysteries.

6 May 2015 2:00pm –  – Visit the National Trust website

Wings over Stonehenge 

Walk in the slipstream of the early pioneer military aviators at Larkhill. See where the Bristol Boxkite made its first flight in 1910 and where the first British military aeroplane unit was formed..

20 May and 6th June 2015 2:00pm –  – Visit the National Trust website

Discover Durrington Walls 
Ever wondered where the builders of Stonehenge lived? Join our landscape guides to explore the secrets of Durrington Walls – once home to the builders of Stonehenge – and discover 6,000 years of..

10 June 2015 1:30pm – Visit the National Trust website

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Great News for Tour Operators as New Stonehenge Coach Park Plans are Approved.

12 04 2015

Stonehenge and Salisbury Guided Tours

 26-space coach park is set to be built at Stonehenge and will operate for two years, councillors in Wiltshire have agreed.

A temporary coach park will be built near to Stonehenge, Wiltshire Council has agreed A temporary coach park will be built near to Stonehenge, Wiltshire Council has agreed

English Heritage will convert farmland next to the existing coach park and will include walkways for pedestrians.

Concerns had been raised over increased traffic, landscape impact and what would happen after the two-year period.

Wiltshire Council’s conditions include ensuring the land can easily be returned to its original state.

Last month, the council rejected plans to resurface an overflow car park on the grounds of visual impact on the landscape.

More than 1.3 million people have visited the prehistoric monument since the opening of a new visitor centre in December 2013.

Seven councillors approved the vote, with three against and one abstaining

Full story on the BBC news website

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