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Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London

Highlights
  • Seamless, round-trip coach transportation from central London
  • Explore Bath and Stonehenge, both UNESCO-listed sites, at your leisure
  • Upgrade to discover the Roman Baths or Jane Austen Centre in Bath
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Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
From US$83.09
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Includes Roman BathsMost Popular
Including entrance to the Roman Baths.
US$97.37
Excludes Roman Baths
Excluding entrance to the Roman Baths.
US$83.09
Includes Jane Austen Museum
Includes entrance to the Jane Austen Museum
US$97.37
Overview

Both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Stonehenge and Bath are two of southern England’s landmark destinations. On this tour, don’t worry about the logistics of leaving London and organizing transit: Round-trip transportation via air-conditioned coaches, which depart directly from central London, makes it simple to see both destinations in a day. Explore at your leisure, and upgrade to discover the Roman Baths or Jane Austen Centre in Bath.

What to Expect

This full-day tour begins in the morning. Meet your guide at Victoria Coach Station in central London and board your climate-controlled coach. Don’t worry about booking trains or finding your own way around the British countryside—round-trip transit makes this outing stress-free.

As you travel, your guide will share the history and stories about both destinations. Your first stop is Stonehenge: a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of England’s most famous landmarks. Your entry is guaranteed, as is your audio guide, but explore the site and the exhibits at the visitor center at your own pace.

Next, return to the coach and continue onward to the city of Bath, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its Roman heritage, natural hot springs, and Georgian—era architecture. Wander the atmospheric streets at your leisure and choose to upgrade to explore the Roman Baths or Jane Austen Centre.

Afterward, board your coach and return directly to central London.

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1 - 5 of 78 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Nice tour, small small things to improve

The trip was well organized and we were happy at the end of the day. Some small things we would have done differently in terms of the practicalities (like for instance we left late from Victoria Coach Station, or the entrance for the roman bath...More

Thank Danilo M
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great day trip. Well worth it.

Pick up was easy to find at the Victoria Coach Station. We had a double-decker bus instead of a coach. We sat up top and had lovely views for the whole drive. The only bad part was that the bathroom was not working. Plenty of...More

1  Thank Vanessa L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Gavin is the best tour guide ever!

We had a great day trip exploring Stonehenge and Bath. It seemed like the perfect amount of time at both and the bus ride was very entertaining and informative with Gavin at the helm. We would definitely recommend it.

Thank Elliot L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Loved every minute- highly recommend

Our first tour in England and absolutely loved it, we had two older children (21 &20) plus a ten year old. Everyone was enthralled listening to our guide Dominic who was a very knowledgeable guide and kept us entertained throughout the day. Highly recommend this...More

Thank Janelle S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Decent way to see two UNESCO sites in one day

Took this tour on 31 July with Sinead (Guide) and Tony (Driver). We found it was a good way to go see two major sites in England that we'd never been to. Of course after seeing these places, it would have obviously been great to...More

3  Thank Gregory D
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asakundiak
4 August 2018|
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Response from eraklimova | Reviewed this property |
No, it is protected by a small wire fence. They say that some people were damaging the stones and now no one allowed to go inside the circle
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MichelleMoore84
15 July 2018|
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Response from Li L | Reviewed this property |
No. Better book other tour agency. They left me stranded in Stonehenge today n have to find other buses to go back to london
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Jaydon P
25 May 2018|
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Response from cforlani |
There were several on our bus the day we went
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