Spinal Tap may well have once sung of the demons that dwell at Stonehenge, but you can't believe everything you hear. Unless the ’Tap were referring to the coachloads of tourists and gaggles of pipe-playing New Age types during each solstice, you can rest assured that this 5,000-year-old Wiltshire stone circle is demon-free.
Stonehenge remains a truly remarkable relic of the prehistoric world: older than the Great Pyramids, and still largely a mystery. Was it a Druidic site of worship? A place of pilgrimage? Or just a general neolithic hangout with street food, drinks and DJs? (Okay, maybe not.) Find out for yourself with one of these great day trips to Stonehennge from London.
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