Stonehenge is a World Heritage Site and is managed by English Heritage who opened a new visitor centre in 2013 with an aim to inform, and this will be run by the enthusiastic 'custodians of the stones' who know their stuff. Along with the planned exhibition, there is a separate gallery where you can see some newly recreated Neolithic houses, these were built in early 2014.
Of the ancient homes of a people who lived over four thousand years ago English Heritage say:
'The houses are based on some small buildings excavated in 2006 and 2007 at Durrington Walls, a henge monument just over a mile to the north-east of Stonehenge, as part of the Stonehenge Riverside Project. These buildings date from around the same time as the stones were being put up at Stonehenge, about 2500 BC. Ten buildings were excavated, and it is likely that there were many more. From the remains of animal bones and pottery near the houses, it seems as if late Neolithic people were gathering at Durrington on a seasonal basis, probably at midwinter. As well as the houses, there were several timber monuments and an avenue linking the complex to the River Avon. It is thought that the people who lived for some
of the year in these houses were the builders or users of Stonehenge.'
For more information about this site here is a link.