Saturday 21st June 2014

Approximately 36,000 people attended the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge on the longest day.


Visitors were treated to a beautiful sunrise at 04.52, the first time for a number of years that a sunrise was seen over the stones.


Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_001SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_004SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_005SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_006SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_007SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_008SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_009SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_010SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_011SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_012SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_013SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_014SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_015SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_016SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_017SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_018SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_019SWP_Summer-Solstice2014_020

Categories & Keywords
Category:
Subcategory:
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:amesbury, amesbury, wiltshire, english heritage, longest day, salisbury, salisbury plain, stonehenge, summer solstice