What kind of stone is Stonehenge made out of?
There are two main types of stones that make up Stonehenge. The larger sarsen stones are sandstone blocks found around southern England. Recent research suggests those at the monument were brought from the Marlborough Downs, some 20 miles away. The largest of them, the Heel Stone, weighs around 30 tons. The smaller stones, weighing between 2 and 5 tons, are known as bluestones and are made up of different types of rock, including sandstone. These originated about 150 miles away, in the Preseli Hills in southwest Wales.
The correct answer is Sandstone.