People come from around the world to wonder at the mystical stones and speculate their meaning.
The latest scientific research suggests the Neolithic folk who built this remarkable structure were also visitors to South England.
The evidence was found buried here.
Human bones cremated and five thousand years old but still able to show that like these stones, the people who erected them probably came from West Wales.
We know that Western Wales is supplying the blue stones used in some of the constructional phases of Stonehenge.
The potential of having links between communities in Western Wales or Western Britain and the chortens of southern Britain is just astonishing.
Tests were carried out on the cremated remains of 25 people buried near Stonehenge around the time it was built.
Experts say 15 of them were born and raised in Wiltshire.
But 10 weren’t local.
Five are believed to be from the same South Wales region where many of the stones had originally been quarried.
The remaining five were also from Wales.
And despite being found here scientists say the remains had originally been cremated in Wales and accompanied the stones.
There is an increasingly popular theory that this is in fact Stonehenge too.
That these very stones once stood in a similar pattern somewhere in Pembrokeshire before being transported 200 miles to this site
by remarkable group of men and women who thought their mission so significant.
They brought the relics of their ancestors along to witness it.
Why an ancient people would choose to move this monument and how they managed to do it.
And to the mysteries Stonehenge is keeping to itself for now.