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Inner Circle Access of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock Day Tour from London

From US$181.85
Highlights
  • Morning or evening guided Stonehenge tour
  • Walk around the roped-off stones, an exclusive experience
  • Visit Lacock and enjoy breakfast or dinner at a medieval pub (own expense)
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Inner Circle Access of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock Day Tour from London
From US$181.85
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Morning Tour: 7:30am ViewingMost Popular
Pickups from 5am for a Stonehenge morning viewing at 7:30am
From US$181.85
Evening Tour: 7:30pm Viewing
Pickups from 10:45am for a Stonehenge evening viewing at 7:30pm
From US$181.85
Overview

Walk inside Stonehenge, an exclusive experience available only to your group, on this day trip from London. Choose a morning or evening tour and be one of a rare few to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site from inside its inner circle. Everything is planned: Dine at a 14th-century pub in the medieval village of Lacock (own expense), and enjoy both free and guided time in the historic city of Bath—with a visit to Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths included.

What to Expect

On the morning tour, you’ll depart central London by coach and travel to Stonehenge. Unlike those who arrive at the site during main hours, your group can enter the roped-off circle of stones. Learn about facts and mysteries surrounding this UNESCO-listed site from your guide, before continuing to Lacock.

Take a guided walk around the 13th-century village of Lacock and see locations in films such as Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Enjoy breakfast (own expense) at The George Inn, Lacock’s 14th-century pub, before the coach continues to Bath, famous for its Georgian architecture.

Tour the Roman Baths, built over natural hot springs, and visit Bath Abbey. Follow your guide to see where Charles Dickens once lived and enjoy a local cheese tasting. Alternatively, enjoy some free time to shop and explore Bath on your own. Drop-off is in central London.

The evening tour stops at the same sights, but in a different order, starting with the Roman Baths, then driving to Lacock, having dinner, and finishing with a private sunset view of Stonehenge.

Reviews (927)
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Reviewed 14 October 2018
Awe Inspiring Fabulous Sunset Access Among the Stones at Stonehenge

We booked the "after-hours" "Sunset at Stonehenge" tour run by Premium Tours that we booked through Viator. We were picked up a little after 11:00 a.m., along with others at a hotel a few blocks walk from ours. There was a total of 50 of...More

Date of experience: September 2018
4  Thank osffan2016
Reviewed 11 October 2018
Wonderful tour!

I've always wanted to visit Stonehenge, and I'm so glad I found this tour. It was a perfect day, and we loved every minute of it!

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank SandyS2679
Reviewed 29 September 2018
This is the way to see Stonehenge

By far the best tour we took on our trip. Frank & Steve the driver were great hosts for this tour, they took good care of us & made sure everyone was together. Bath is nice, but if you really want to see the rest...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank IDMom7
Reviewed 19 September 2018 via mobile
Fun

Excellent tour guide,very organized and comfortable. Full day if activity. Recommend............bath was a little over thoughtout in the displays. Overall good

Thank susanb980
Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile
Dick Simmons was a great guide

While I felt rushed due to family member responsibilities, this was the best way to do as much as we did for 3 family members participating in this excursion. Dick was very informative and worked very hard to take care of a group of about...More

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djbeers
13 January 2019|
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Response from 501glorial | Reviewed this property |
I would not know. You may wish to speak to people at Stonehenge.
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Pham P
15 December 2018|
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Not a clue!
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Melissa M
15 December 2018|
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Response from Ian S | Reviewed this property |
I think we were in Bath for a couple of hours which includes time touring the Roman baths. So it depends on how long you stay at the baths. Typically I think you'd spend an hour at the baths museum and have around an hour to... More
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