Winter Solstice 2020 Live From Stonehenge

Winter Solstice 2020 Live From Stonehenge

We are pleased to announce that the Winter Reception Sunrise will be broadcast live from Stonehenge.

This year, please don’t fly to Stonehenge for winter survival.

Due to the epidemic and in the interest of public health, there will be no winter solstice meeting in Stonehenge this year. Instead the sunrise of winter existence on the morning of December 21 will be broadcast live from the rocks. Our web site will provide links to watch this event live on the English Heritage social media platform, it will be easy to watch and free.

Winter Solstice 2020 Live From Stonehenge

Individuals from across the UK and around the globe will have the option to watch the 2020 winter solstice at Stonehenge unexpectedly.

While numerous enthusiasts of the occasion are devastated over its wiping out, kindly don’t venture out to Stonehenge this colder time of year solstice, however watch it online all things being equal.

English Heritage cameras will catch the best perspectives on Stonehenge, permitting you to interface with this profound spot from the solace of your own home.

Winter Solstice 2020 Live Online From Stonehenge

How to Watch Live Stonehenge Winter Solstice 2020 ?
Follow Experience Virtual Tour on Facebook with cameras that will catch the best views of Stonehenge so that you can enjoy the sunset and sunrise. 

Sunset:-Sunset: 
At Stonehenge: At 4:01 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20 
In Kansas City: At 10:01 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20 

Sunrise:-Sunrise: 
At Stonehenge: At 8:09 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020 
In Kansas City: At 2:09 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020

They will be live for around 45 minutes when dawn and nightfall

The Winter Solstice is generally celebrated at Stonehenge around 21st December. Thousands imprint the most brief day and longest night.

The specific season of the colder time of year solstice fluctuates every year and it very well may be on any day from 20st to 23rd December. The solstice is the point in time when one side of the equator of the planet arrives at the point inclined most towards the sun and the other is inclined uttermost away. In the northern half of the globe, that gives us the colder time of year solstice in December while in the southern side of the equator it is the late spring solstice. After the most limited day, the days begin getting longer and the evenings more limited. Stonehenge is painstakingly adjusted on a sight-line that focuses to the colder time of year solstice nightfall.