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Woodhenge, Durrington

(3.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Quickly passed the turn off for this place, but went back to see it. It is quite interesting to see the stones marking where the wooden posts would have been. Interesting to read the plaques, and it i...  more »
  • We're lucky enough to live nearby and go to Woodhenge almost every other weekend. The wooden posts are quite interesting and there's a sign with some information on how they were discovered etc. If yo...  more »
  • Right next to Durrington Walls you'll find the site of Woodhenge - obviously the original wood has long since perished so there are markers to indicate the circles here, though the original heights co...  more »
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  • I took my 6 year old. Well maintained, well sign posted, not too busy versus the stone version close by.
  • It will be good idea to plan to visit Stonehenge and Woodhenge on one go. Woodhenge is definitely less impressive. Some time ago wooden circles have been replaced with the concrete ones. The place doesn't have this unique, ancient atmosphere.
  • Unusual little place. Great views and worth walking upto the best stone. Woodhenge represents what used to be there...but a lot shorter.
  • Granted it's not as impressive as stonehenge but it's part of our heritage none the less and it's free. P.s don't forget durrington walls across the road
  • As great as it is how much more impressive would it be if the posts were re erected to the original hight, still worth 5 stars.