Stonehenge Photo Tour

Photograph the iconic neolithic World Heritage site!
Last updated: 18 Apr, 2024


Professional Photo Guide
Transportation (return from London)
Kase filter kits available
Small tour (max 7 participants)

(or private tours available)

Dates & Times

Group tour (winter only) – contact for details

Private tours available all year

Private Astro workshops available

Fitness Level



Group tour £ 60 ppPrivate tour (starting from) £450 for 12 hours ex London (max 7 people)


Contact for availability

Join Us

Join us on an amazing day to photograph the world’s most iconic prehistoric monument…at Sunset and Blue Hour!

We’ll spend several hours on site making the most of what nature serves up as the light changes. The unique stones make a stunning backdrop for long exposures, which are possible in the “Blue Hour” even if you don’t have filters (wired/remote triggers advised).

Stonehenge silhouette at sunset on a photographic workshops with UK Photo Tours

We’ll be shooting from the north and east aspects of Stonehenge which is the most attractive side and also perfect in winter as the sun sets in a south-westerly direction thus giving us our best chances of colour in the sky!

Situated on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, the early henge was built around 5,000 years ago & the unique stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period, ~ 2,500 BC, with final modifications estimated to have been made around 1,500 BC. Stonehenge consists of an outer circle of 30 standing stones called “sarsens”, which surrounded five huge stone arches in a horseshoe shape. There were also two circles made of smaller “bluestones” – one inside the outer circle & one inside the horseshoe – as well as four “station stones” positioned outside the central monument.

Don’t have a telephoto lens & want to take some close-up pics like the sample shots? We’ve got you covered as we’ll have multiple camera setups, lenses, & teleconverters available to borrow (please let me know when booking).

Please note:  There is the option for participants to purchase entry tickets and shoot with the general public inside the English Heritage site and then meet us afterwards for the sunset shoot.  Up to date ticket prices can be found on the English Heritage website.

Stonehenge photography tours. Close up of two stones of Stonehenge at sunset
Recommended Equipment
  • Wide angle lens – 16-35mm, 10-24mm, 14-24mm (recommended if entering Stonehenge grounds)
  • Walk around/kit lens – 18-55mm, 24-70mm, 24-105mm
  • Tripod
  • Remote shutter release – we prefer a wired trigger as it saves battery over using your phone with wifi/bluetooth or a wireless trigger to reduce camera battery drain.
  • Spare camera batteries – multiple long exposures can drain batteries quickly. 
  • Battery Charger (we have charging facilities on our vehicle)
  • Extra memory cards
  • ND Filters – optional/recommended for long exposures
  • Weather appropriate clothing
Included / Not included
  • Included:
    • Professional photo guide & tuition.
    • Return transportation from London in our comfortable 8 seat vehicle.
    • Battery charging facilities in vehicle

    Not included:

    • Food & drink
    • Travel to start point or from end point of tour.
    • Personal & travel insurance
    • Anything not specified as “Included”
Fitness Level
Easy – Low

This tour involves walking of up to 10 minutes along paths/trails.  A person of low-average fitness level should have little difficulty.  Conditions may be slippery if significant rain.

Where We'll Meet
Collection point for the tour is Starbucks Coffee, Unit 1A Euston Tower Podium, Regents Place, London NW1 3DP.

Return journey will have two drop-off points.  The first is in central London, close to Warren Street, Euston Square, Euston, & Great Portland Street tube stations.

Second drop-off point will be West Acton Station.

We expect to return to London between 19.00-19.30.

Meeting point map.

Private astrophotography workshops available – September to April each year.

Amatuer Photographer Premium June 2022 - Cover & Stonehenge Milky Way photograph


Thanks Dion!  The weather was great, sunset was amazing and I got to take my time and capture quite a lot of shots of Stonehenge.

Highly recommended!

Jonathan L.

Thank you Dion for a great workshop, weather was definitely in our favour (well the sun was) don’t know about the wind.

Also thank you for the use of your ND filters and showing me new techniques in photography.

Sangeeta P.


Dion Hitchcock UK Photo Tours workshop guide

Dion Hitchcock

UK Photo Tours is owned and operated by professional photographer, Dion Hitchcock.

Dion brings over a decade of expertise in teaching and guiding photography. He is an expat Australian and when not running photography tours, resides in London, UK, running photography workshops or as a locum pharmacist. His extensive travel experiences, spanning over 40 countries, ignited his passion for photography as a means to chronicle his journeys. This passion quickly evolved into a profound interest, leading him to actively participate in various camera clubs, assisting them in conducting workshops. Today, Dion independently operates his own workshops mainly across the UK, and occasionally internationally.

His London-based photography Meetup groups have 7,000+ members and over 500 5-star ratings.

Dion still maintains his registration as a pharmacist professional, dedicating his time to aiding patients and educating pharmacy students. However, he has transitioned his time into the realm of photography, where he assists clients in understanding the craft’s technical and artistic aspects. This shift, though unconventional, aligns with his upbringing; both of his parents were artists who nurtured his appreciation for the world’s inherent beauty. His extensive photography experience, professional background, passion for teaching, and numerous five-star reviews ensures you’ll be in the best of care whilst on tour.

You can reach Dion at

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