Saturday/Sunday 4/5 July
Our annual beer and cider festival will return on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday 4 and 5 July 2020 , with a variety of styles of beers and ciders available over the weekend.Check back here nearer the time for full details.
We'll be running our blue service, with departures from Page's Park every hour from 1030 until 1530. On the Saturday, there will also be extra evening departures at 1630 and 1730 from Page's Park (1725 and 1815 from Stonehenge Works) to allow for some early-evening drinking.
The Engine Shed Bar at Page’s Park will provide an indoor seating area where customers can enjoy a pint in the vicinity of vintage steam engines, while the Top Yard Beer Tent at Stonehenge Works offers an outdoor viewing point to observe (and hear) departing service trains and our collection of internal combustion locomotives.
Festival Tickets and Glasses - on sale now
To simplify the system, after some confusion last year, we will be selling festival entry tickets, glasses, and train tickets seperately. Glasses and entry are on sale now, train tickets will be available to buy from early March.
Please note: glasses can be purchased in advance, but will only be available to collect on the day from the festival. Also, a train ticket is only required to visit the Stonehenge Works Top Yard Beer Tent, – our standard fares apply. The Page's Park Engine Shed Bar can be reached without travelling on the train).
Page's Park Engine Shed Bar – Advanced entry tickets per day : £1 – click here to buy
Page's Park Engine Shed Bar – Entry on the door per day: £2
Page's Park Engine Shed Bar – CAMRA Members: free
Please note: accompanied children will be admitted into the festival area for free.
We're delighted to welcome the excellent Private Caterers, who will on hand with a BBQ menu on both days.
On both days, food will be available in our franchised Buzzrail Cafe as usual.