Child aged 3-16 years pays the child price.
You must bring the print or e-ticket to gain entry to this tour.
Gratuities, food and beverages unless specified.
Make your own way to the departure point:
Check in 10:00 at Golden Tours Visitors Centre, 4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9SH or
Check in 10:15 at Golden Tours Visitors Centre, 156 Cromwell Road, London SW7 4EF
Estimated arrival time back in London is around 22:00 (23:00 in July and August due to later sunsets)
You will be dropped back in Kensington and Victoria areas subject to traffic conditions.
- Visit Stonehenge
Visit Roman Baths
Visit Pump Room
You’ll leave central London and travel west until the tour reaches the quaint village of Lacock. This pretty place dates back to the 13th century and its booming wool industry made it a prosperous town during the Middle Ages. Boasting picturesque streets, historic buildings and an Abbey in the heart of the village, Lacock is a charming step back in time. More recently, Lacock has been used as a location for many modern TV and film productions, including Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter. Let your guide tell you about this village’s colourful history during a short stop.
Bath and the Roman Baths and Pump Room:
After spending some time in Lacock, the tour moves on to nearby Bath. This Roman dwelling was the first city in England to earn the accolade of UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a great example of classic Georgian architecture. You’ll enjoy entry to the fascinating Roman Baths and spend some time learning about how the Romans used the Baths for recreational purposes as far back as 40 AD. The Baths still flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring and you’ll see the steam rising from the pools of water as you explore the extraordinary attraction. You will also have the opportunity to sip Bath’s healing waters in the Pump Room.
Private viewing of Stonehenge and entry to the inner circle:
The tour will depart Bath for your extra special visit to mysterious Stonehenge. You’ll arrive at Stonehenge, located in the lush county of Wiltshire, in the early evening. This is your chance to see a side of the world-famous stones that most people don’t get a chance to see. Experience the unforgettable mystery of this 5,000 year old attraction and spend some time in the midst of an iconic World Heritage Site as you wander in and around the 40 ton rocks. There really is no better way to visit Stonehenge other than this. You’ll be blown away by the sheer size and position of the magical monument.
Free walking tour:
The perfect accompaniment to your tour is a free walking tour. This is a fun, informative and a great way to see the city. Get you up close and personal with a number of London hotspots well loved by the rich and famous. Get inside information about the Royal family’s favourite London haunts or discover where iconic band The Beatles made music and let their hair down. Your free walking tour can be taken at any time during your stay. Choose from The Royal Walking Tour and The Beatles London Walking Tour. Once Stonehenge visit is over, you will return to London by 22:00. In July and August arrival time would be 23:00 due to delayed sunsets.
- All transports: Return transfers through luxury air conditioned coaches
Professional tour guide
Entry to the Stone Circle
Entry to Roman Baths and Pump rooms
- 100% refund before 72 hours of tour start time