471 reviews of Private Viewing of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock
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Reviewed by Donald M, August 2012
outstanding tour, guide very informative as well as professional. Getting that close to those stones for the amount of time given to us to photograph was beyond our expectations. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Jennifer I, August 2012
Excellent tour. Can't imagine going to Stonehenge and not walking amongst the stones.
Reviewed by Goldie M, August 2012
My husband I were very pleased that we picked this package. We had an amazing experience overall. The fact that we could go into the circle at Stonehenge after they closed was a great experience. Bath was really peaceful and a beautiful place. The tour guide was super knowledgeable, with great personality and sense of humor. You will not be disappointed with this company and tour package.
Reviewed by Nonnie, July 2012
Fantastic trip! The stops in Bath and Lycock were just long enough and Stonehenge was breathtaking. Our guide gave enough information, but didn't feel compelled to talk constantly. He was extremely concerned about everyone's well-being, counting and re-counting each time we entered the bus. It was a great day.
Reviewed by Suzannahp1, July 2012
Excellent day trip! We did the sunset tour and I would definitely upgrade to the private viewing in the inner circle. You are so close that you can touch, but don't because the security guards are very protective.
Reviewed by Kirk G, July 2012
My wife and I had a wonderful day trip with Viator. The highlight for sure was getting the private tour of Stonehenge and walking around in the circle with the stones which normal visitors cannot do. I would strongly recommend this trip as I would have never received the same experience on my own.
Reviewed by Larry A, July 2012
The tour was just as it was described. We were able to walk among the stones at Stonehenge and had plenty of time. We also had sufficient time at Bath. The gentleman who talked to us during the tour was excellent and very knowledgable. I would recommend this tour to anyone.
Reviewed by Marcos E, Germany, July 2012
Beautiful viewing of Stonehenge up close instead of outside the fence !!!!
Reviewed by Tim L, July 2012
One of a kind experience walking in the rocks with no more then 10 other people for 20 minutes. Our guide was absolutely amazing!!
Reviewed by Sara G, July 2012
Excellent value for a fantastic day of sightseeing. Just enough time to explore each place without feeling rushed. The sunset viewing of Stonehenge was breathtaking, and well worth the extra money. Even with a full tour you do not feel crowded, and the guides were knowledgeable and friendly. I highly recommend as a day trip in England.
Reviewed by Jana K, Canada, July 2012
Great tour! This was the 2nd time we have done this tour, but this time did sunrise instead of sunset, which we found was much better. Steve was our guide for the day, a wealth of knowledge about stonehenge and Lacock, great little tour of the town. Plenty of opportunity for pictures, and walking around the stones as there were only about 20 people on this tour.
I didn't care much for the breakfast in Lacock, my husband enjoyed it,(but on our 1st tour we had supper which was fantastic) but there are plenty of places in Bath to quickly grab something before boarding the bus back to London.
Reviewed by Daniel G, June 2012
Stonehenge and Bath were great. Skip the breakfast in Lacock.
Reviewed by Allen H, June 2012
Overall a really enjoyable experience. Our guide was a "bit over the top" for my liking, but it appeared other people in the tour enjoyed him. I preferred the driver (who was also very knowledgeable and a lot easier to take). Bath was a bit of a disappointment - not much to see there, and mainly a tourist town built for the museum. Lacock was absolutely gorgeous. Stonehenge... well... it's Stonehenge. Until you see it in person you won't be able to fully appreciate the size and beauty of it. Being able to actually walk inside the ring and amongst the stones was well worth the extra price; I was told that this is an uncommon thing as they closed it off. If you are taking the time to travel to see this monolith, spend the extra money to be able to walk inside the roped off area!
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