Overnight excursion to celebrate the dawn of the longest day
Departs Bournemouth: 7pm Friday 19th June 2020
Arrival back in Bournemouth: 7am Saturday 20th June 2020
Over 60: £20
Under 16: £20
Visiting Stonehenge for the Summer Solstice is a very special and unique experience.
For thousands of years, people have gathered at Stonehenge to celebrate the dawn of the longest day. People coming from far and wide to share a connection with the earth and also the sun and the annual rhythm that binds them together.
Normally fenced off, on this one day of the year, you are free to walk in amongst the stones, to be in awe of their majesty and maybe feel their energy, as our ancestors have done for thousands of years.
Watch as mother Earth awakens on the morning of the longest day, the sun rising directly behind the Heel Stone along the Avenue.
Entrance to Stonehenge is FREE for the Summer Solstice.
Book online, with your school or through normal agents.
Departs and returns from Bournemouth Station Coach Stand K.
Rules include no camping, no dogs, no fires or fireworks, no glass bottles, no large bags or rucksacks, and no climbing onto the stones.
- Please always respect this sacred ancient monument.
- There is a 1 mile walk between the carpark and the stones.
- Toilets, water, and hot food & drink available throughout the night.
- Bring warm clothes and a jacket, it can get cold in the night.
- Only a small amount of personal alcohol is allowed, and this can not be taken in to the monument site itself.
- You cannot leave anything on the bus overnight.
- Service may be on open top bus if weather is fine.
- Please see the full conditions of entry here
- Standard bookings Terms and Conditions apply.