- Early or late access Stonehenge tour with admission to the inner stone circle
- Walk around the roped-off stones, an experience only available to your group
- Learn about the UNESCO-listed stone circle from a knowledgeable guide
- Visit the Saxon village of Lacock and enjoy breakfast or dinner at a vintage pub (own expense)
- Explore the elegant city of Bath, enjoy a tour of the Roman Baths and visit Bath Abbey
- Select a morning or evening tour and visit this top England attraction without the crowds
Recent Photos of This Tour
StonehengePhoto by: jggarre
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Canada, 07 2013
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A Stonehenge sunsetPhoto by: Gary R
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BathPhoto by: Anna S
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Stonehenge at sunsetPhoto by: Robert P
Bermuda, 04 2009
The George InnPhoto by: Andy D
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Bridge in BathPhoto by: Andy D
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Just Us and StonehengePhoto by: Herbert K
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Inside the circlePhoto by: Gayle
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What You Can Expect
Hear the secrets and mysterious stories about Stonehenge from your expert guide, and experience the site at its atmospheric best! Depending on the time of year you visit, you may even be lucky enough to catch the sunset or sunrise; it’s sure to make your Stonehenge viewing an unforgettable experience. Read on for more details of each option; both tours finish with a drop-off at Victoria in central London.
After exploring the stones with your guide, travel onward to the nearby village of Lacock, a place often cited as one of England’s most picturesque villages. Hear of Lacock’s past as a Saxon dwelling, and learn about its use as a setting for many movie and TV programs including the adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Stretch your legs on a walk with your guide, and then head inside the George, a 14th-century pub, for breakfast (own expense).
Continue to Bath, a UNESCO-listed city in the county of Somerset. Enjoy a tour of the Roman Baths, visit Bath Abbey, and learn some more about Jane Austen, who was born in the city. If you wish, enjoy a short walking tour to see where the legendary novelist Charles Dickens lived and worked as a young man, and sample fresh cheese from a local dairy. Alternatively, make the most of some free time to explore independently.
From London, travel first to the city of Bath to explore the Roman Baths and visit Bath Abbey, as described for the Morning Tour. Continue to Lacock for a walk around the picturesque village, and then enjoy dinner at the George pub (own expense). Last, but not least, travel to Stonehenge for your tour of the stones when the day-trippers have left the site.
This trip was fantastic. Our guide David was extremely knowledgeable about the areas (even the history of towns the coach was just passing through) and kept us entertained with interesting, amusing stories. The experience at Stonehenge was worth the price of this tour. Once in a lifetime views. We had a good amount of time to spend at each stop and I never felt rushed. Highly recommend this trip.
What an experience. We were all by ourselves among the stones.