Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

The annual celebration of light and nature at Stonehenge.

An annual pilgrimage for many, Summer Solsitce at Stonehenge is a celebration of light and all things natural!


The solstice is a popular annual event and draws in tens of thousands of people all keen to stay up all night and watch the sun rise over a new day.


The event is free to enter but is tightly managed by English Heritage to ensure that Stonehenge is protected. Whilst they are strict they do allow a very large number of people to access the site and celebrate.


Summer Solstice is held on the longest day, June 21st. Be prepared for a long night as the car park opens from 8 and sunrise is around 5am!

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Map showing the location of Summer Solstice at Stonehenge


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Summer Solstice at Stonehenge


Visitor information table

CitySalisbury
CountryEngland
AddressWiltshire, SP4 7DE
Dates June
Websitehttp://www.english-heritage.org.uk
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