Visit two of England’s most popular UNESCO World Heritage sites on this day trip from Oxford. Unravel thousands of years of history on an audio-guided tour of Stonehenge — arguably Britain’s most important archaeological site — and then continue to the spa city of Bath, where you’ll see the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent and other attractions on a walking tour.
Bath and Stonehenge day trip from Oxford
Unravel thousands of years of history at UNESCO-listed Stonehenge
Visit Stonehenge’s visitor center and enjoy an included audio-guide tour
Take a guided walking tour of Bath, an elegant spa town in Somerset
See the famous Royal Crescent, the Roman Baths and other sights
This tour includes Stonehenge admission, Bath city map, coach transport and the services of a guide
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Learn which buildings inspired Jane Austin novels on a guided walking tour, and receive a free Bath map.
On the morning of your tour, make your way to the prearranged meeting point in central Oxford, where you’ll join up with your guide and set off aboard a climate-controlled coach to Stonehenge.
Located roughly 70 miles (113 km) from Oxford, Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been an important pilgrimage site for philosophers, poets, Neopaganism and tourists for thousands of years. During your 1.5-hour visit, make use of the included audio guide to hear theories behind the purpose and creation of the mysterious site, and enjoy the freedom to explore independently.
Next, continue to Bath, a postcard-perfect city in the West Country that owes its name to its Roman hot springs. Here, you’ll enjoy a guided walking tour of the historical center. See the caramel-hued crescents and terraces that inspired Jane Austen’s Persuasion and Northanger Abbey novels; and snap photos of famous sights such as Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent.
Afterward, enjoy time at your leisure to continue exploring before traveling back to Oxford. Your tour concludes at the original departure point.
Reviews by Viator travelers
, Jul 2019
Tour guide was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed the visits very much. We were not able to get the audio guides for Stonehenge however, which would have helped a lot.
This was a great tour to go on! It was a big, nice air-conditioned coach that took us there. Bath and Stonehenge were both things that I wanted to do while in England, so what better way than to kill two birds with one stone? We had ample time in both Stonehenge and Bath. The guided tour in Bath was really informative, and then we had a couple hours on our own to just walk the streets and explore. Really recommend this tour!
This tour was fantastic! Truly the perfect way to see Stonehenge and Bath. The guide was personable and helpful and overall great. If you are booking this tour for the winter months, be prepared for Stonehenge to be COLD and WINDY. Don't let the cold stop you though! It's less crowded in the winter. I took a group of 11 people and we all highly recommend this tour for anyone interested in seeing both places!
Tour guide was very friendly, the organization of the group with the bus at each location was very smooth and easy. There was just enough time in bath to eat a great lunch, explore the city, and visit the museum of the Roman baths my favorite part!.
The bus was on time, both the driver and the guide were pleasant and friendly. Stonehenge was awesome and we were given plenty of time to explore and shop......Bath was an amazing city and our guide was well versed in the history and architecture of the city, again we were let loose and had more than sufficient time to further explore the city, find time to eat and obtain souvenirs.
Stonehenge was good but my sister's headset did not work after site2 - too late to return to the building and exchange. Fortunately we were able to share mine. Bath tour was terrible! We couldn't hear the guide unless we were next to him and we ran thru the town. This is on me because I didn't check the necessary physical diligence/strength needed before I booked the trip and my sister is 71.
I have been on many tours all over Mexico and Italy. Bath was the worst guided tour I've ever taken...
The coach bus to Stonehenge, Bath, and back to Oxford made everything so convenient. When we arrived in Bath there was an entire bus of people that were supposed to follow one guide through the city. This wouldn't have been a problem if we weren't in a bustling city and we weren't all trying to huddle together to hear the soft-spoken tour guide. There were no earbuds or microphone to hear her and she talked pretty quietly. Most people gave up on following her and started their free time early by just leaving the tour. It became very frustrating and we couldn't hear any of what she was saying. A good tour and well organized just unfortunate we had to give up on the Bath tour and do it ourselves. A lot of money spent for being unable to hear just about all of the tour.