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Stonehenge Summer Solstice

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What is the Stonehenge Summer Solstice?

Every year on the 21st June, thousands of locals and visitors are drawn to the mythological stone sculptures of Stonehenge to watch the sunrise commemorating the longest day of the year.

The event represents a collective spiritual moment for those who gather there at this pivotal point in the seasonal calendar.

Stonehenge really is a bucket-list place to visit during the Summer Solstice and is guaranteed to be a special experience. 

Need to know

The event is ticketed so make sure you buy yours in advance to avoid disappointment. 

Did you know?

The reason why Stonehenge is a special place to be on the summer solstice, is because the sun rises behind the Heel Stone in the north-east part of the horizon and its first rays shine into the heart of the landmark site.

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United Kingdom - England

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