Artist Bones Tan Jones on how a six-day walk from London to Stonehenge inspired them to make their own huge monolith
The exhibition "Tunnel Visions" at Queercircle explores the threat of urbanisation and pollution
Blockbuster British Museum exhibition will 'roll away' mysteries surrounding Stonehenge
Modern science and archaeological recontextualisation of the site will answer some long-looming questions, museum director Hartwig Fischer says
The ‘most important piece of prehistoric art’ found in Britain in a century will go on view at the British Museum
The 5,000-year-old chalk sculpture was discovered on a country estate near the village of Burton Agnes in East Yorkshire
Golden hats, celestial discs and circles of wood and stone: British Museum reveals treasures in Stonehenge show
Exhibition 'The World of Stonehenge'—opening in February 2022—presents the site in the context of Bronze Age Europe
Controversial Stonehenge tunnel is unlawful, High Court rules
Judge concludes that UK transport secretary failed to consider alternatives to the scheme or assessed the ‘risk of harm’ to the Unesco site
Seven sites, including Venice, may be added to Unesco in Danger list
Of the 53 sites on the list—which will be reviewed at a committee meeting next month—only four are in the West
Unesco warns that Stonehenge will go on its danger list unless plans to build tunnel beneath it are modified
World Heritage Site status may also be removed from Liverpool's waterfront after excessive development
Stonehenge: could a road tunnel ruin the ancient site?
Was Stonehenge originally built in Wales? A new study says so
Parts of the world famous monument may have been taken from a stone circle of identical diameter around 250kms away, researchers claim
Discoveries at Stonehenge highlight controversial new tunnel's threat to heritage
Recent excavation has uncovered late Neolithic and Bronze Age artefacts and human remains
Stonehenge campaign group plans to sue UK government over controversial tunnel scheme
£1.7bn project breaches Unesco’s World Heritage convention says group's lawyer
Plans for £1.7bn tunnel under Stonehenge—approved by UK government—sparks criticism
Unesco opposes the scheme which could result in "total loss" of archaeological treasures but English Heritage says it will "reconnect the site with its prehistoric landscape"
Origins of Stonehenge's giant slabs revealed in new research
Sample taken in 1958 was key in discovering ancient site’s "geochemical fingerprint"
How Germany’s 4,000-year-old answer to Stonehenge shows that Brexit is 'nonsense'
Pömmelte, sacred site that was used by the ancient Unetice culture, is opening up to tourists
Blitz, bodies and the British landscape: Bill Brandt and Henry Moore’s intertwining careers explored in new show
The assistant curator Clare Nadal talks us through five key images from The Hepworth Wakefield’s exhibition
What's it worth to you? Stonehenge's value is assessed in a recent survey
English Heritage has carried out a contingency valuation of Stonehenge and discovered that 58% of those polled would be prepared to help finance the site’s improvement