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Excellent one day trip to this amaizing place.
The coach is very good, the driver was excellent, explaining to us all the time.
A must see while in London.
This is exactly the tour we were looking for: A no-frills, there-and-back shuttle ride. It didnt take the whole day, we got in when the sun was setting perfect photo ops, we had just the right amount of time to spend there, and the price was equivalent to what we would have paid by taking a combination of trains and buses, plus admission.
We all really enjoyed this trip out of London! I was bummed that we would not be able to walk amongst the stones but it turned out to be great. Everyone could take photos of the stones and while there might be people in the far background, the stones themselves were photo ready. It was very interesting!
My husband and I enjoyed this tour. Malcolm was great. He was a great coach driver and also knowledgable of the history of london and stonehenge. His insights made us open our minds about stonehenge. He had a great sense of humor which made the trip more fun. His driving was great too. This is an independent trip where you will be handed out audio guides and you have the leisure to go around stonehenge on your own. Just make sure to be back on the coach on the agreed time of returning or else you have to go back to London on your own. We love this trip!
This was the perfect tour for the money. Our tickets included and audio tour once we got to the stones, which was all we needed. We even had time to shop and explore the other parts of the museum, plus we still did things in London when we got back.
The ride is very comfortable and the terminal crews are very accomodating. Highly recommended!
If you don't want to spend a whole day away from London, this is perfect. Just saw Stonehenge and got back in the afternoon to pursue other adventures! Our driver, Daniel, was very courteous as we were coming back in to the city, he made sure we all knew what stops to take, or where to walk, etc to find our next destinations...... Stonehenge was great the weather didn't cooperate though. It was hard to stay right at the monument too long in a driving rainstorm. We were still glad we got to see it there was a café and other inside things to see there as well....
Alex H United States of ...
This tour was amazing. If you are looking for a simple and effective way to visit Stonehenge this tour will suit your needs. Two hours is more than enough time at the site. The audio tour that is provided will meet the needs of most visitors. No need to pay for a guided tour.
A group of 6 of us booked this last minute, the night before, and it was awesome! We went on a Saturday morning, the ride was smooth, comfortable and scenic. Once there, the lines to get on the shuttle bus that take you to the rocks were pretty long both going and coming back so make sure you plan for that as you have a set time to return to the coach bus to head back to London. The lines are likely shorter on weekdays though. I recommend doing the early trip, so that way you get back to London early afternoon and still have time to do other things!
Airis C United States of ...
My husband and I wanted to experience for ourselves this amazing structure, and we did, and it pretty much looked like the photos shared on here. We walked to the bus station early in the morning and headed to our destination which took less than two hours depending on traffic. I must say, the lines were pretty long when we got there, but it was worth it since this was an independent tour in which we were given headphones to give us history of the area and Stonehenge. We had enough time to take photos. We can now remove this off our bucket list. The reasons behind the Stonehenge is still unknown to us, but nevertheless these are the coolest rocks we've ever seen.
The tour was excellent. The coach bus left on time as scheduled and we had a great driver with wonderful personality. We were given a sightseeing tour as we left the city with commentary given on significant landmarks. As we approached Stonehenge we were given a mini background briefing on the attraction. This proved to be very helpful because when we arrived the audio guides were already passed out, so we didn't have to waist precious time waiting for returns. My primary purpose was to take photographs and the tour gave enough time to circle the stones and take photographs from all angles.
Better trip than expected... ran on time, driver was so funny and shared a lot of places of interest along the way with great stories. Fascinating site to visit!! Would do it again, actually....if we could be so lucky on a sunny day.
Well worth the price. Driver was nice but had microphone issues. Not his fault
If you are in England you must go see Stonehenge. When else will you get a chance? Although you can't get up close, a camera or phone with a zoom works well. The tour gave us plenty of time at Stonehenge, but not necessarily enough to spend a long time in the gift shop. It was short enough that we were back in London early enough to do other things that evening. They have a free audio app that you can download. It is the same that they will give you for the audio tour, with all the stops numbered and playable on your phone. That will save you some time, maybe 5 - 7 minutes, that you can use in the gift shop if you want.
Simple and straightforward. The bus left promptly from Victoria Coach Station, two hour ride to Stonehenge, two hours at the site plenty of time, then two hours back. When we arrived, our driver picked up and distributed our tickets to get onto the shuttle bus to the stones, so no standing in ticket lines.
NOTE: If you are thinking about the 2:00 p.m. trip and want the audio tour headphones, this may be a problem. When we got there, not enough people had returned their headsets, so there were none available. I didn't want them anyway, but I know it's important to some people.
This was a nice way to spend the day. Depending on traffic you will have about 2 hours at Stonehenge which is enough time to see the stones and the surrounding grounds. There is a small cafe that serves a few hot foods, and has some cold sandwiches as well as drinks.
You are 100 on your own with this tour, which was fine with me.
I had to connect to another flight and had about a 13 hour layover in London and decided to take a day trip to Stonehenge. I took the train to from the Airport to Victoria Station without any issues and boarded their big bus. It was very comfortable and the drive thru the city was nice. The bus driver pointed out many great places and explained as well as provide us with great history lessons. Once we headed out of the city the drive thru the country side was nice and then we arrived to Stonehenge. The bus parked in the lot and then we went to take some trolleys to the stones. You can walk to the stones but since we were on a time crunch we took the trolleys. The day was sunny and not a cloud in sight. Use the audio phones they give you to learn more about the stones and once you are done head back to the museum. It is a nice small museum and don't lose any of your tickets. After a quick ice cream break we boarded the bus and headed back to Victoria Station. It was a great tour for such a short stay that I had there. I recommend it if you are just stopping by or are a solo traveler.
Stonehenge was beautiful! So historic and prefect to photograph! It's a little way from London proper, but it's worth seeing!
loewymartin United States of ...
It was cold - so bring a warm jacket/Polartec! Everyone was buying them at the gift shop :
The bus station was a bit chaotic - trying to figure out where our tour line was and where to go. But once we got on the bus the trip was fantastic. Leon was our driver and as other reviews have stated - he was fabulous. He drove us to the area, explained the procedures although he said they always run out of audio so we didn't have that - I wouldn't pay for that in the future and the app didn't download!
Seeing Stonehenge was cool. We had enough time to go buy sweatshirts/Polartecs, take the bus to the stones waited for the bus about 30 minutes due to the number of visitors but we went June 22, walk around the stones and take pictures, take the bus back which was quick and go eat a warm meal. The meat/potato pockets were piping hot but tasty and the hot chocolate was delicious. The ride back was easy and Leon was wonderful again.
This happened to be one of the things my husband has been wanting to see his whole life. There was a 50/50 chance that he would be elated or disappointed. He was definitely elated. The set up of the visitor center and the shuttles out to the actual site was really well thought out and really maintained the crowds down to manageable lines that people weren't to upset about. The audio guides were so awesome, I love the own-pace tours. With a squiggly 5 month old, I sometimes have to listen to something twice, and it's nice not having to hold up a whole group. We got in some great shots without a million people in the way. The shuttles only allow so many people at a time down at the site, which is so awesome. It was a half day tour due to the 2 hour drive there, so we really got just under 2 hours to explore. But it was just enough time to get through the whole audio tour, scope out the souvenir shop, and grab a snack. Definitely recommend.
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