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23 reviews


Very Good




(March 2020 - Primary - Post No: 20458 )

We took part in the Neolithic Life sessions which were very well organised. We were met in the car park by a guide and led to the Education Room. The girls took part in various activities, mapping out the landscape, working how the stones were moved and dressing up in Stone Age- to Bronze Age costumes and handling artefacts. They then presented their findings to the class. Next they went out side and had a go at hazel wattle and daub fence building and weaving reed bracelets. Lastly we went into a reconstructed wattle and daub hut and ground flour and discussed daily life. The guides were excellent and really encouraging. In the afternoon we toured around the stones. The girls really immersed themselves into the activities and it was a very worthy trip. (March 2020 - Primary - Post No: 20380 )

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(November 2019 - Primary - Post No: 17949 )

The school guides were amazing with our students and a very informative day for our students. Something I would definitely do again. (November 2019 - Secondary - Post No: 17783 )

Great location to visit - especially as entrance fee is free for educational visits. Poor weather can make the visit more problematic as there is little under cover areas for large groups. However, there are outdoor tables partially under cover which groups are welcome to use for their own packed lunches. (November 2019 - Secondary - Post No: 17699 )

AMAZING TRIP (November 2019 - Secondary - Post No: 17521 )

Outdoor facilities for eating food undercover in the event of rain are rather lacking at the site. (October 2019 - Secondary - Post No: 16771 )

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(March 2019 - Primary - Post No: 10274 )

The activities that were led by the staff were ok but the children remained in a large group and couldn't always hear/follow. In future I think this would be better as a self led trip. There were no indoor lunch facilities (March 2019 - Primary - Post No: 10259 )

(February 2019 - Primary - Post No: 9450 )

A great place to take my Year 3 class, however we were extremely lucky with the weather this year and last. If it was wet and cold it would be a different experience altogether as everything is outside unless you have paid for an inside workshop. Our learning included seeing the stones, sketching the stones, sitting outside for our lunch and visiting the Visitors museum (the only part that is inside). English Heritage supplied us with backpacks and picnic blankets whilst we were there which was extremely useful when we wanted to make sketches of the Stones. (November 2018 - Primary - Post No: 8086 )

Limited time to visit - saw Stonehenge but didn't manage to get round the visitor centre (October 2018 - Primary - Post No: 6733 )

(October 2018 - Primary - Post No: 6705 )

It is a tourist heavy venue and organising children and within that can be difficult especially with the public often not be helpful or considerate of the children. (October 2018 - Primary - Post No: 6628 )

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(April 2018 - Post No: 2847 )

Fantastic displays and museum area that the children really engaged with. Guides in round houses were very informative. Good fun and lots of learning opportunities. (January 2018 - Primary - Post No: 831 )

(December 2017 - Primary - Post No: 313 )


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