Stonehenge Inner Circle, Walking Tour of Bath and Two-Course Meal
- Explore the history and culture of 2 quintessentially English landmarks
- Return transport on a luxury coach with a professional guide helping you get the most out of your day
- Refuel with a two-course meal in a traditional English pub
- Enjoy an exclusive 25% discount on guide books at Stonehenge
- You must bring the e-ticket provided to gain entry to this tour.
- During peak periods, additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
- Depending on the Stonehenge entrance times, you may enjoy a meal before or after your Stonehenge visit.
- Cancel bookings up to 24 hours before travel to receive a full refund.
- Our vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day. To see our health and safety policy, click here.
Bath - Guided walking tour
Next stop is another English gem, the Georgian city of Bath. Beautiful architecture, cobbled streets and a rich history make Bath the quintessential English city. Home to both Jane Austen and Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, Bath has attracted many a cultured figure from history drawn to the Roman Baths, tea rooms and lush countryside. Your guide will lead you on a walking tour around the city for you to enjoy the pretty streets while learning about its colourful past.
After you’ve explored and promenaded, you’ll be whisked away for a two-course meal. Until 26 March lunch will be at approx. 1:30pm. From 30 March to 17 September lunch will be at approx. 2:30pm. Please see the menu here.
Stonehenge – Exclusive Access To The Inner Circle
Frequently referred to as one of the wonders of the world, Stonehenge is a 5,000-year-old mystery that still has experts scratching their heads today. Regarded as a British cultural icon, the purpose of Stonehenge remains unknown; is it an ancient clock, a place of prayer, or a Neolithic town hall?
You’ll be granted exclusive access to the Inner Circle of Stonehenge, where you’ll get up close to these ancient stones and try to figure out for yourself why the so-called ‘bluestones’ were transported by Neolithic builders over 150 miles or how the large standing stones weighing up to 25 tonnes were placed upright without machinery and before the invention of the wheel.
Your coach will be heading back to London for an arrival time of approximately 8pm until end of March (10pm in April to September due to later sunsets).
Tour availability: March - September
Check-in time: 10:05am
Departure time: 10:20am
Until 26 March 2024 - 8pm approx.
30 March to 17 September 2024 - 10pm approx.
Departure point: Bus Stop 1 Bullied Way, London SW1W 9SR
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Directions from Victoria Station to Bulleid Way: Exit Victoria Station via the Buckingham Palace Road Entrance, to the right of the Gatwick Express platforms. Turn left and walk down Buckingham Palace Road until you reach the first main junction. When it’s safe to do so, cross the road at the traffic lights and turn left. Walk around 20 yards, before turning right into Bulleid Way. Your coach will NOT depart from Victoria Coach Station.
Return point: Due to a legal working hour’s restriction for drivers, if your tour arrives back in London after 7:45pm, you will be dropped off at Gloucester Road Underground Station, not Victoria. Your driver will drop you off within a couple of minutes’ walk to Gloucester Road Underground Station. Gloucester Road is in Zone 1 and is three stops on the Circle or District Lines to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also runs through Gloucester Road, where it is only 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.