To make a change from visiting the park I was going to take the dc's (3 & 1) to Stonehenge next week. What's it like? I assume it's pretty basic, visitors centre, shop and you walk round the stones.
And does anyone know it they have a child proof fence round the stones, in the photos I have seen it's just a rope fence. I want to let DS toddle along and have a relaxed wander, but I don't want him running off into the stones and having to chase him every 5 mins.
dh took dd1 there a few years ago but didn't actually go in. From what I remember there is just a rope fence to stop people gettting in.
I really should know lots more about it considering how close I live, but at least this will bump it a bit more.
If you want the dc's to run about there is always Woodhenge in Durrington but it isn't very exciting ( to put it mildly). It is a series of knee high concrete posts where the wooden posts would have been at the same time as Stonehenge was built.
We went a few years ago and it is just a rope separating you from the stones. Also very open so if a windy day it feels very cold. Quite expensive entry for adults £6.50. I would imagine the 3 year old would get bored quite quickly and would want to touch the stones!