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Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.
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Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.

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Posted 8th Jul
Stonehenge child (5-17 years old) tickets usually cost £11.40 but if you buy a child (5-17 years old) annual membership to The National Trust it costs just £10 and you can use that membership to book a free entry ticket for Stonehenge on the English Heritage website.

So you save money and you get a full year's entry to National Trust properties (& some English Heritage locations such as Stonehenge) for the child.

This might help someone planning on doing some sightseeing this summer holiday with the kids.

Buy the membership by annual direct debit get a free pair of binoculars too!
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How far away do they make you stand to be giving away binoculars lol
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Just a bunch of rocks
How far away do they make you stand to be giving away binoculars lol
If its the same plastic binoculars they have away a couple of years ago they should be ashamed of themselves. With all the talk about waste plastic... Well those were a total waste imo.
PhilK08/07/2019 18:11

Just a bunch of rocks


True always packed nevertheless.
marty-40108/07/2019 18:51

If its the same plastic binoculars they have away a couple of years ago …If its the same plastic binoculars they have away a couple of years ago they should be ashamed of themselves. With all the talk about waste plastic... Well those were a total waste imo.


Unless you being careless and throw them in the bin after 1 use it should last longer than the straw you take in Mc...
johnszi2308/07/2019 18:59

Unless you being careless and throw them in the bin after 1 use it should …Unless you being careless and throw them in the bin after 1 use it should last longer than the straw you take in Mc...


They were a joke... Not fit for a Christmas cracker.
Good price but personally hoping that Brexit means we can sell the stones or at least move them. They are one of the most disappointng tourist attractions ever...
Edited by: "afroylnt" 8th Jul
Literally the most boring thing ive ever seen and i walked in to a room with love island on the TV, then mistakenly watched for 5 seconds before my brain kicked in and realised what it was.
holy crap they charge u for this, wow
Think just seeing a picture of these a few times in my life is enough
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Most boring thing i have ever seen
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Still regretting even after 8yrs for wasted money on it.
Don’t understand how this is a paid entry place?
You go and see them for free!!

You pay for the bus ride to get there and get to see it a little bit closer than the free area...

You have to walk a good 20mins and see them from a barrier. if not many people are on the bus you can just get on it on the way back...
Ana1009/07/2019 16:38

You go and see them for free!! You pay for the bus ride to get there and …You go and see them for free!! You pay for the bus ride to get there and get to see it a little bit closer than the free area...You have to walk a good 20mins and see them from a barrier. if not many people are on the bus you can just get on it on the way back...


They were disappointing when you could walk in between them. But at least your approach is free. Personally I feel they're best viewed in a car rear view mirror.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 9th Jul
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