Stonehenge Winter Solstice – December 21, 2009

A visit to Stonehenge is truly a magical experience… whenever you go – rain or shine.  Stonehenge draws millions of visitors from around the world, especially during the Summer and Winter Solstices – the shortest and the longest days of the year – when the sun rises in perfect alignment to the circle of stones. It is theorized that Stonehenge was built to mark these two events, which would have enabled people to chart the changing seasons.