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We combine two of England's most popular attractions with a fully guided day trip from London to Stonehenge and the beautiful golden city of Bath, steeped in the history of the Roman era and Georgian period. This is a fully guided day trip to Britain's most important pre-historic monument, Stonehenge, and the beautiful city of Bath. This coach tour from London includes admission and an audio guided tour of Stonehenge and a tour of Bath with free time to enjoy the city. In February and March 2020, this tour will also include a visit to Windsor.
Full day services of a professional tour guide
Return travel from London by executive coach
Entry to Stonehenge, with audio guide
Bath walking tour with your guide
COVID19 Safety Policies Apply: All vehicles used are deep cleaned and disinfected daily, with hand sanitiser products available to all guests.
We head west into the rolling hills and chalk down lands of Wessex, a land of burial mounds and Stone Age settlements. High up on Salisbury Plain stands the greatest Neolithic monument of all, the prehistoric circle of Stonehenge. As we drive towards the area, we will learn of the building methods used to create Stonehenge, and the possible purposes, whilst your guide will discuss what is known and may never be known about this ancient monument. We will then spend some time exploring Stonehenge and the visitor centre with an audio guide. Step inside the Neolithic Houses, see how people lived 4500 years ago!
We then head further westwards, passing villages of flint and thatch down towards the World Heritage city of Bath, home to the only hot springs in the country. Hot water bubbles up to the surface every day, which throughout history has attracted both the Celts and the Romans, with the Romans turning the city into a premier resort in the First Century AD. Later, in the 18th Century, the city was revived by the Georgians. Bath became a place to see and be seen, with a chance for the elite to to rid themselves of stiffness in the joints caused by arthritis and gout in the hot springs. The town was blessed with elegant Georgian crescents, terraces and squares, most of which still stand today. Bath became home to Jane Austen, Thomas Gainsborough, Lord Nelson, Alexander Pope and Napoleon III!
Upon arrival in Bath, join your guide for an eye-opening walking tour of the city, where you'll have the chance to visit the Royal Crescent, the Royal Circus, Bath Abbey and of course the Baths (entry is not included). There will then be some free time in which you will have a chance to look around the shops, boutiques and also to visit the Roman Baths Museum if you wish.
The typical group size on this particular day trip is 30-40 people but full size coach tours can take as many as 50 people. This tour is not one of our small group tours; this day trip is intended for travellers looking for a great value day out, with a mix of guiding and free time.
Bath & Stonehenge Schedule
Central London Stonehenge
Bath London Victoria Station
Please note that all timings above are estimated and assuming normal traffic conditions. Due to the changeable nature of road conditions, we cannot guarantee a precise time when you will arrive back in London.
On the return to London your driver will drop you at Victoria Train Station in the city centre. This is one of the largest transport stations in London, with excellent connections to all parts of London and beyond.
Please ensure you arrive at your allocated departure point at least 10 minutes before your departure time.
Outside The British Museum main entrance on Great Russell Street (MAP). Nearest tube stations are Holborn or Tottenham Court Road.
Outside the Hard Rock Hotel main entrance, Marble Arch (formerly the Cumberland Hotel) (MAP) Nearest tube station is Marble Arch
Outside Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, 97 Cromwell Road (MAP) (wait on Cromwell road by the bus stop, not outside the hotel entrance) Nearest tube station is Gloucester Road