Thousands of people are gathering at Stonehenge for the Summer Solstice ahead of the longest day of the year.
The sunrise will take place at 4.52am and will be a sacred moment for many of those who have travelled to the Wiltshire landmark to watch.
Extra security is in place for the event with armed police on site to make sure the celebrations go off safely.
Officers are also on the look out for people breaking the law:
It's seen as a sacred moment and attracts hippies, druids and tourists to the site in Wiltshire to watch the sun rise through the stones.