Chapter 5 Journal Activity
stonehenge activities in 21st century
Stonehenge is actively preserved now. It has a rope around it, restricting access so as to protect it from the millions of visitors who flock to it each year. An interpretive center with recorded informational headsets helps tourists learn what the archaeologists have been able to detect about Stonehenge. The Winter 2003 Sacred Sites newsletter reported that two four-lane highways were planned, which would divide the Stonehenge site. The A303 road is still there and as of March 2014, a renewed call has been made to create an underground tunnel for the road.
Hence, there are lot of activities going on to preserve the cultural heritage of the Great Britain by preserving the monument Stone Henge.