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Woodhenge is located in Durrington. Plan to visit Woodhenge during your Durrington vacation using our convenient Durrington vacation planner.
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Not much to see here but the info boards here, the adjacent Durrington Walls and along the route to Stonehenge make an interesting (and imo much better) healthy alternative to the 'money grabbing - fi... read more »
This is only worth doing if you live within 15 minutes (if so you will already have visited) or come a long distance to see Stonehenge and have 15 minutes to kill. It genuinely only takes 15minutes to... read more »
Beaucoup moins impressionnant que son cousin en pierre mais une équipe archéologique conduit actuellement des fouilles a proximité, elles sont ouvertes aux publiques et les bénévoles sont supers !Much less impressive than its cousin in stone but an archaeological team is currently conducting excavations nearby, they are open to the public and volunteers are great!show original
A good place to visit, I went on a day that was really sunny but it was empty. Free of charge to enter , check out the info on he notice when you get there so you can see a picture of how it originally looked
A very interesting site. We visited back in 2008 and I'm hoping to get back there soon.
Its okey to visit if you would like too. Maybe for just a short stop.
Obviously not as interesting as stonehenge, but still a bit interesting if you like history
An interesting curiosity to visit after Stonehenge. It is nearby so it is worth the 15 min stopover if you are self-driving through the area. There is a little information panel nearby for visitors, but no other services. If you are doing a casual tour of the area, this might not be enough information to really get over-excited about, so read up about the site in advance.
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