Stonehenge

One of the wonders of the world and places that you think “I must go to”, is known for its famous stone circle. The English Heritage have done extensive work to support individuals and families with SEND which is evident in the video clips to support you prior to the visit. ¬†They have an exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and you are able to come face to face with a 5,500 year-old man.

They offer free carer passes, concessions rates and both English Heritage and National Trust members go for free (however, you still need to pre-book you time for the visit).

There is a lot of space around the venue to have good walk, and this Natiinal Trust land allows dogs, however, they are not allowed around the stone circle. So even if things get too much, pack a picnic, let the kids have a good run around in the surrounding area (or alternatively drive past the ancient site and avoid the stone visit and wait until they are ready), but enjoy a good walk in the Wiltshire countryside.