May 10, 2024–January 5, 2025

Discover one of the most mysterious and unique stone monuments in the world and what it meant to the people who built it with Stonehenge. The exhibition features 400+ ancient artifacts, including the burial belongings of the Stonehenge and Amesbury archers, both of which have never been seen before in North America. Packed with archaeological insight and cutting-edge scientific research, Stonehenge explores this iconic World Heritage Site.

Working from what remains of the world’s only lintelled henge, archaeologists have studied the people and communities who built Stonehenge 4,500-5,000 years ago. Learn about how these stones were transported incredible distances, shaped and jointed, and set into a vast landscape in which people have gathered for millennia.

Included with general admission and membership.

This exhibition is produced by MuseumsPartner in Austria in collaboration with English Heritage.

NOTE: While a number of burial belongings are included in Stonehenge, no human remains are present in the exhibition. 

exhibition created by



With special thanks to