The monumental underground structures were discovered in a vast circle just two miles from Stonehenge, and fulfilled an unknown purpose.
Some 4,500 years ago, the ticket to a megalithic party was a pig from your local farm.
"The Glastonbury Festival team presents The Variety Bazaar," to be more specific.
We traveled to Stonehenge on the summer solstice—one of the most sacred days for pagans—to find out if the event's spiritual significance has survived the recent influx of drunken revelers.
Beloved World Heritage sites all over the world might disappear forever, thanks to climate change.
The remains of a huge prehistoric arena 12 times as big as Stonehenge in the UK has been discovered underground just two miles away. It could transform what is known about Britain's religious history.
A boy in a panda hat doing NOS balloons, couples fingering each other in sleeping bags, and a strange tent-human hybrid.
Thirty years ago today, a convoy of new-age travelers—including men, women, and children—on their way to a free party at Stonehenge were savagely beaten by 1,300 cops.