The Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre has been delayed by several months due to security concerns and the ongoing Brexit negotiations. London Mayor Sadiq Khan said that the opening date would be announced in the new year.
One of the world’s most popular outdoor heritage attractions is about to be featured in a new exhibition. It will be the first major tourism project for the UK to open on 18 December 2018 and attract millions of visitors to Stonehenge.
The Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre, located in Amesbury, will be open to the public on 18 December 2017.
The Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre is one of the most significant cultural events of the year. It will open on 18 December 2017 and will be billed as the biggest free event in Europe – which would make it a crowd puller. The event draws thousands of visitors every year, who get to see the long-awaited prehistoric monument in real life.
The Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre is set to open in the winter of 2019. It will be the first exhibition centre of its kind, a place that celebrates the vastness of Britain’s most famous monument.
The Stonehenge exhibition that was to take place in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, will be staging an event instead. This will last up to two months. This is the first time that a major exhibition has been staged in Britain for 65 years.
The Stonehenge exhibition will feature elements from a variety of different architectural styles from around the world, including Egyptian masonry and Classical Roman structures. It is expected that it will attract about 1 million visitors over its duration of two months – something not seen for 65 years.
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Stonehenge is a 5th century monument in Wiltshire, England. It is the largest stone circle in the world and one of the most famous sites in Britain. The exhibition will be presented by experts from Stonehenge Trust, Arthur Messel and BBC Archaeology.
The three-year-long Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre project, which is expected to attract millions of visitors, will open on 18 December 2018.
In order to make the exhibition a success, they have already hired ‘Stonehenge: The Exhibition’ company. The company works with renowned artisans to produce the largest ever scale model of Stonehenge in the UK. This scale model will be used as a guide for visitors when they see it but also features its own technological features that can’t be seen from outside and are only visible through the projector screen at various locations throughout the venue.
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If you have been to Stonehenge, then it is not difficult to imagine what the site would look like in its completed form. With the addition of a visitor centre and the opening of the exhibition, visitors will be able to get up close and personal with some of Britain’s most iconic monuments. The exhibition will explore this ancient millenary site through sites that have been excavated over time such as Avebury and Salisbury Plain.
The opening of the visitor centre will celebrate this important period for Stonehenge, which is also a major milestone for tourism in Wiltshire, with thousands of people expected visiting over 7 million times this year. The exhibition will include some amazing pieces of ancient history including the Great Pyramid at Giza and more recent discoveries like Stonehenge’s sister monument.
The new Stonehenge exhibition will be built on the same site as the original monument, replacing only a few pieces of ancient stone. The regeneration work to complete the new building started in March 2016 and is due to be completed in time for the opening of the exhibition in 2018.
The new building will be a fantastic example of “open innovation” – an approach to design that allows architecture, engineering and art to collaborate together. The “”Stonehenge Innovation” centre will share many of the principles behind open innovation. It will involve architects, engineers and artists in a collaborative process where ideas are generated from different perspectives, with all stakeholders having a part to play.”