Morning Departure - Daily - All Year
Tour Starts: 8.30am, Victoria (4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SH)
Tour Finishes: Approx 2.30pm, Kensington (Gloucester Rd)
(During July and August 2020 - Tour Starts: 10.00am / Tour Finishes: 5.00pm)
Afternoon Departure - Daily - April to Sept
Tour Starts: 1.45pm, Victoria (4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SH)
Tour Finishes: Approx 7.30pm, Kensington (Gloucester Rd)
Our fantastic Half Day Stonehenge Tour will transport you in comfort, from London to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. With entrance tickets, return transport from London included, also multilingual audio guides, there is no better way to visit this world famous Neolithic monument.
Catching your first glimpse of Stonehenge you will appreciate why it has been awarded World Heritage Site status. Having been on this site for over 5000 years, Stonehenge is the most visited prehistoric site in the world. Many different theories surround the 40 tonnes of rock on Salisbury Plain, some believe it was a religious temple, others it was an astronomical clock, or maybe even a Bronze Age burial ground! What ever your belief, no trip to England is complete without a visit to this mighty monument!
Stonehenge Visitor Centre
Stonehenge has a fantastic up-to-date visitor experience. The visitor centre includes a museum housing permanent and temporary exhibitions, large shop and inviting cafe. You'll learn more about Stonehenge from the fascinating exhibits and be able to enjoy a virtual sunrise as it rises over the prehistoric stones.
This tour is unescorted.
Due to social distancing measures, the shuttle bus from Stonehenge Visitors Centre to the stones, will be prioritised for those who need it. All visitors using the bus will be required to wear a face covering. All other visitors will need to take the 2.5 mile return journey by foot.
All other visitors will need to make the journey by foot.
Please make sure that you dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy shoes.
Please make sure that you carry water with you, as the cafe at Stonehenge is closed.
Audio guides at Stonehenge will not be available for the foreseeable future