Stonehenge is up on the hill, just to the right of the Knight. This was our first glimpse of the giant rocks!
As we got closer to Stonehenge, we could see that there were a lot of people there already even though it was a Tuesday and it was raining.
This was a close as we could get to the rocks.
No one knows what the rocks were used for or how they were put in place.
Many classes of students were on field trips visiting Stonehenge while we were there. What a fun place to go on a field trip!
It’s rainy and wet like this almost every day here in the United Kingdom. Stonehenge is located near a town called Salisbury.
Here are some reconstructed Druidic houses.
Inside you can see some of the things that archeologists have found on the grounds.
The guides talked to us about how the people lived when Stonehenge was built around 2600 BC.
Here is a pot found on site. Because it’s so wet in the United Kingdom, anything made out of wood rots quickly, but these clay pots have survived for thousands of years.
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