Seeing Beneath Stonehenge uses Google Earth to transport you around the virtual landscape of this magnificent monument. You can interact with the exciting discoveries of the Stonehenge Riverside Project and learn more about the archaeology of this internationally important site.
Once you have downloaded the Google Earth layers you can:
Take a virtual guided tour of the Stonehenge landscape
Visit the Neolithic village of Durrington Walls, including taking a trip inside a prehistoric house
See reconstructions of Bluestonehenge and the Southern Circle, showing how these monuments may have looked in prehistory
The tool is easy to use and requires Google Earth to be installed on your computer. This download has been fully checked for viruses, but may report false positives on some anti-virus software.
See Google Under-the-Earth: Seeing Beneath Stonehenge in action.