The Stonehenge landscape has been a place of pilgrimage for over 5000 years.
Find out about the plans for this special landscape and the A303.
A new film produced by the National Trust, Historic England and English Heritage shows why it’s time to reunite the Stonehenge landscape.
Screenshot from the film: Stonehenge landscape with and without the proposed A303 tunnel
A year ago today (1 December 2014) the Government announced that it would be investing in a fully bored tunnel of at least 2.9km to remove a large part of the existing A303 from the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. To mark the first anniversary of this announcement, Historic England, the National Trust and English Heritage have produced a short film illustrating the difference that the removal of the A303 and the construction of a tunnel of at least 2.9km long could make to the Stonehenge landscape, its wildlife and nature and to those who wish to enjoy, explore, and understand the World Heritage Site.
The Stonehenge World Heritage Site (WHS), much of which is cared for…
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