Olympic legend Michael Johnson carries the Olympic flame at Stonehenge before the start of day 55 of the torch relay
Work has begun today on a twenty seven million pound project to restore tranquility to Stonehenge's setting, English Heritage has announced
Thousands of people have marked the summer solstice at Stonehenge despite the celebration being one of the wettest in years.
King Arthur Pendragon, the Druid leader, has criticised Stonehenge over plans to put real human remains on display. He says the scheme is 'macabre'.
No part of Stonehenge will close while work continues to build the new visitor centre which will open at the end of 2013.
Once the new visitor building is up and running, work will start on removing the existing outdated facilities, building a small, security ‘hub’, tucked into the landscape and the car park will be grassed over.
The restoration of the landscape near the monument will be well underway by summer 2014.
This video shows an artist impression of what the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre will look like.
Construction of the new visitor centre in Wiltshire is progressing steadily since work started in July last year.
There will be two "pods" that house the exhibition, café, shop and education facilities.
The most distinctive feature - the undulating zinc canopy roof - is about to be installed.
Construction of the new visitor centre for Stonehenge is progressing steadily since work started in July last year.
The centre will house an exhibition, café, shop and education facilities.
Today at a press conference English Heritage will reveal how work is progressing.
People in a Kent town were jumping for joy today - on a giant inflatable Stonehenge.
No, we kid you not. It was all in the name of art at Whitstable's Biennale Festival which kicked off today.
Click below to see Andrea Thomas' report.
'Sacrilege', a life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge for people to bounce on by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller, is coming to Whitstable today as part of a tour that will see it travel to over 30 locations across the country.
The section of the A344 which currently runs past the landmark close to the Heel Stone will be closed and grassed over as part of the overhaul, allowing the reintroduction of an ancient processional route to the stones.
An exhibition will tell the story of the stone circle and its relationship with the wider landscape. English Heritage has been planning improvements to the historic site since the 1980s. In 1993 the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Commons described the situation as "a national disgrace".