New Stonehenge visitor center is a "go"

The long controversy is over. English Heritage's plan to build a new visitor center and divert a nearby road at Stonehenge has finally been approved. The program will cost an estimated UKĀ£25m.

The original plan included the construction of a tunnel under the historic site, a plan which worried archaeologists and was considered too costly. The new plan would divert A303 and allow for the construction of a new visitor center at Airman's Corner, one-and-a-half miles west of the current site.