Are you fascinated by Stonehenge? See it in another light as part of a series of special events leading up to the London 2012 Olympics.

From July 10-12, the site will be the setting for a nocturnal fire garden from 9 to midnight. The installations will include fire sculptures, flaming pots and cascades of candles.

You must book online in advance. Adult tickets are 3 British pounds; those under 16 get in free, but all visitors must have tickets to enter the area. Parking costs 5 pounds per vehicle.

Transportation to and from the train station in Salisbury each night will cost 3 pounds round-trip. Find details at

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