Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 144 Taking a Trip Back in Time Visiting Stonehenge Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! Travel Gluten Free gives you valuable information from finding a safe restaurant t
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Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 144 Taking a Trip Back in Time Visiting Stonehenge Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! Travel Gluten Free gives you valuable information from finding a safe restaurant to knowing what food is safe to eat when you travel; I'll be with you every step of the way on your gluten-free journey. Lead your gluten-free life, don't let being gluten-free lead your life. Enjoy Food, Enjoy Travel, and Enjoy Life with your show host, Elikqitie! In this episode, I’ll share with you what you want to do when you visit Stonehenge, visit this World Heritage Site during COVID, and events in Stonehenge and other places of interest, which are featured in the English Heritage organization. Before you visit Stonehenge, make sure to discover more about traveling internationally by picking up The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free before you travel! History of Stonehenge The earliest structures known in the immediate area are four or five pits, three of which appear to have held large pine ‘totem-pole like’ posts erected in the Mesolithic period, between 8500 and 7000 BC; however; no one understands how these posts relate to the later monument of Stonehenge. When much of southern England was largely covered by woodland, the chalk downland in the area of Stonehenge may have been an unusually open landscape which is the most plausible reason why this ancient place became the site of an early Neolithic monument complex. This complex included the causewayed enclosure at Robin Hood’s Ball, two cursus monuments or rectangular earthworks (the Greater, or Stonehenge, and Lesser Cursus), and several long barrows, all dating from the centuries around 3500 BC. The presence of these monuments probably influenced the later location of Stonehenge. Book Ahead to Visit Stonehenge During COVID Travel Advance booking is essential to visit Stonehenge, along with wearing a mask at all times. Stonehenge is limiting visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your booking confirmation. If you’re a Member or Local Residents Pass holder, your ticket will be free, but you still need to book in advance. Stonehenge VIP Experience A remarkable opportunity to spend time inside the tranquil circle of Stonehenge, the VIP experience at Stonehenge takes you up close to this world-famous monument. Walk among the inner circle of the Stonehenge ring and learn the secrets of the stones from your knowledgeable host and experience the power and mystery of these ancient sarsens and bluestones for yourself. Once you arrive at the stones, you can wander amongst these ancient stones, discovering all the fascinating details on these mighty sarsens and bluestones that are only visible up close. Your knowledgeable host can answer questions. While you're in the stone circle, make sure to take photos; you just can't stand on or touch the stones. Visit for an hour outside of their general admission opening hours with a maximum of 30 people per session. Admission Costs for Stonehenge Stone Circle Experience is priced at £47 for adults (18+) and £28.20 for children aged 5-17. Children under 5 years of age are free. English Heritage Member discounts are available. Guidebooks are priced at £6 and made available in eight languages, detailing the history of Stonehenge and its remarkable landscape. Stonehenge and other English Heritage Sites Events When visiting England, you can check out more history by visiting other sites listed on the English Heritage register, which are nearby Stonehenge, such as Tintagel Castle, Pendennis Castle, and Old Sarum. In addition, you can create a week-long trip by adding Dover Castle, Osborne, Hadrian’s Wall, and the Battle Abbey, which are also situated along with southern England. The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free Are you anxious about traveling with Celiacs Disease? Does t