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Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour From London - £57 (3.5 Hours In Bath)

Or with the Roman Baths Admission Included £64


Stonehenge & Bath Tour Bus

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Stonehenge & Bath Tour Included Highlights:

- Entrance to Stonehenge included

- Walking tour of Bath as well as a panoramic coach tour of the city

- Optional entrance to the Roman Baths - supplement much lower than paying on the day!

- Optional entrance to the Jane Austen Centre at Bath

- All afternoon in Georgian Bath

- Luxury air conditioned motor coach with free Wi-Fi and services of a professional guide

Days Of Operation & Duration:

Runs daily April to October, several times a week the rest of the year.

Tour leaves London around 8:15 a.m. returning to London around 7:45 p.m.

Tour Itinerary:

The Stonehenge and Bath day tour is a great way to see two World Heritage Sites, at leisure in one day from London.

The morning is spent visiting iconic Stonehenge, then you spend three and a half hours in the afternoon at Georgian Bath. The tour pace of this tour is more laid back than most other day tours from London.

 

The Stonehenge and Bath day tour includes entrance to Stonehenge and a choice of options at Bath.

You can opt to be totally independent in Bath or you can opt to bundle tickets either to the Roman Baths or Jane Austen Centre - the choice is yours.


The standard vehicle used is a full size luxury air-conditioned touring bus with free Wi-Fi like that pictured at the top of the page. A professional guide is aboard the coach the entire day and will provide commentary and guiding throughout.


Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Stonehenge

You will arrive at Stonehenge mid-morning around 10:30 a.m. where the visit will last around one hour 45 minutes. Before arriving your guide will have given you a good briefing about Stonehenge, its background and features.


This ancient Neolithic site, over 5000 years' old offers a fascinating glimpse into our ancestors' past. The ring of stones still poses many archaeological and historical questions for academics and visitors alike.

 

You will get to see the long path, with raised banks and ditches, known as the 'avenue'; a processional route stretching about three miles or two kilometres, marking the the entrance to Stonehenge. From this point you can learn about how our ancestors understood the turning of the year, and the importance of aligning with the sun.

 

An audio guide (in ten different languages), is included in the price and will inspire you with information surrounding Stonehenge, examining many different theories as to how and why the henge was built.

 

The visitor centre, a mile from the stones themselves, is well worth finding time to see. It displays nearly 250 archaeological treasures, which were used or buried at Stonehenge as well a regularly changing programme of special exhibitions. In addition, reconstructed Neolithic houses outside the visitor centre, provide living history with regular demonstrations of ancient domestic skills such as flint knapping, and rope making.

 

A gift shop offers an extensive range of books, gifts and souvenirs, many made in the UK exclusively for Stonehenge.

A 110-seater counter service café serves hot and cold drinks, soup, sandwiches, cakes, salads and other sweet and savoury delicacies.

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Well Over 3 hours at Bath

The Roman Baths at Bath

The Roman Baths at Bath

Afternoon Tea At Bath Pump Rooms

Afternoon Tea At Bath Pump Rooms

After leaving Stonehenge its about an hour's scenic journey to Bath.

Bath is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Following our guided walking tour of the city, there will be plenty of time to explore at your leisure. There is so much to see and do, you will be glad you have over 3 hours, twice as long as most alternative day tours.

 

Optional Entrance Into The Roman Baths at Bath

Bath has so much to see and do we give you a choice on whether you want to include admission to the Roman Baths as part of the tour. If you do, the supplement you pay as part of the tour is well below the admission price if you make a last minute decision to enter on the day.

 

The most popular single attraction are the Roman Baths that were built nearly 2,000 years ago around Britain's only hot spring. A magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water, you will see the water's source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements and of course see the baths themselves. An audio guide with excellent commentary, to help you understand the history, is provided as part of admission.

 

Optional Entrance Into The Jane Austen Centre at Bath

The Jane Austen Centre is a permanent exhibition in an original Georgian Townhouse, set between two of Bath’s masterpieces, Queen Square and the Circus. Your guide will escort you to the Museum


Jane Austen, the English novelist responsible for Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, is one of Bath’s best known former residents, paying two visits to the city towards the end of the 18th Century, and living there from 1801 – 1806.

 

Visitors to the Centre are met by costumed character guides, all eager to share their knowledge and take you back to Georgian Bath at the start of the 19th Century. If acting out the roles of Mr Darcy or Lizzy Bennett takes your fancy then why not get into the spirit of the era by dressing up yourself in period costume? There’s a wide selection of Regency dresses, coats, bonnets, top hats, shawls & parasols for you to try on for a memorable photo opportunity.


So Much To See And Do In Bath

You could spend several days in Bath and still not see everything worthwhile. Bath is a regional shopping centre and university town, as well as being in rich in history and architecture. You can shop, explore and take afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the live classical music or just chill out and take in the vibe.

 

Around 5 p.m. we head back to London. Coming back into London, traffic is very unpredictable. The estimated time of arrival is 7:45 p.m.

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The Main Victoria Departure Point

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Your tour will begin at Victoria Coach Station, one of the major transport hubs in Central London and very close to Victoria Underground and Railway Station.

 

If you require more assistance working out your journey, click through on the link below, where we give more detail of how to join the tour at Victoria Coach Station.

How to Get to Victoria Coach Station & Map With Question & Answer Facility

 

Prices & Tour Reservations

Prices displayed on the banner link are a special on-line discounted price, deep discounted from the price in London.


Major credit and debit cards are accepted. You will be emailed a confirmation with a booking reference after reservation. The booking reference and the name of the person ordering is all that you need to quote when joining the tour, there are no paper tickets.


On the tour detail page from the link below, there is a calendar control at the top right of the page, which depicts which dates still have availability. By selecting your required date you start the reservation process.


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Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour From London Ticketing
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