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Bath and Stonehenge Tour from London

Highlights
  • Visit two of the U.K.'s most famous sites in one day
  • Entrance to the Romans Baths included (if option selected)
  • Learn about the mysterious Stonehenge from your guide
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Bath and Stonehenge Tour from London
From US$103.81
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Stonehenge and BathMost Popular
Visit Stonehenge and Bath including Entry to Roman Baths and to the Pump Rooms with lunch pack included.
US$116.78
Stonehenge and Bath City
Visit Stonehenge and spend all afternoon in Bath. Lunch pack included.
US$103.81
Overview
Visit two unmissable U.K. attractions in just one day—and get a broad lesson in English history, from the Neolithic to the Roman, and Georgian eras—on this full-day guided tour from London. Head west to the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to its elegant Georgian architecture, and pay a visit to the historic Roman Baths and Pump Room. Enjoy a provided lunch then head for the Neolithic stone circle of Stonehenge to unravel some of its mysteries.
What to Expect
At the designated early morning pickup time, make your way to the central London meeting point to board your air-conditioned vehicle. 

Head west to Bath, where the entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Marvel at the elegant Georgian architecture and landmarks such as Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and Royal Crescent. If selected, tour tour includes a visit the ancient Roman Baths, a preserved site where the Romans once bathed, and the adjacent neo-classical Pump Room salon.

After enjoying your provided packed lunch, travel onward to Salisbury Plain to view the stone circle of Stonehenge. Take a stroll around the prehistoric monument while your guide unravels the facts and myths about the mysterious site.

Your tour concludes with a drop-off back in central London.
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Reviewed today
Truly Private Tour of Stonehenge

We typically do not hire tour guides for sightseeing but were quite pleased with our trip to Bath and Stonehenge. We booked the evening tour and were happy to be the only group at Stonehenge. Our guide Geff made the trip informative and fun. I...More

Thank 1112Tami
Reviewed today
Wish and Armando made the tour a good ride!!

We are not really into guided tours. However on a recent family trip we decided to take the Golden Tours bus to Bath and Stonehenge. The Bus journey was very comfortable thanks to the Bus driver Armando and enjoyable tanks to our guide Tish. Tish...More

Thank Mukta K
Reviewed 6 days ago
Fabulous Bath & Stonehenge

Eugene (guide) and Ash (driver) were wonderful hosts to Bath and Stonehenge. They were very caring, thoughtful, informative and funny as they guided us through the day. Clearly they wanted the day to go well for us. They wanted us to learn and enjoy these...More

Thank anne p
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Loved them both.

Great trip to see Bath and then Stonehenge. We had a wonderful time. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable as well as helpful. The driver was amazing, especially considering the size of the bus and the narrow roads. The bus was very comfortable. I would highly...More

Thank hwhudson
Reviewed 1 week ago
Ivan and Celio were great guides !

Enjoyed the tour. Only wish we'd had more time in Bath ! The guide recommended places to grab local cuisine... but by the time we rather briefly toured Bath... the recommended food was sold out ! Guide was correct... best chocolate in the world !!

Thank dixcechick
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DanielaFLL
19 July 2018|
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Response from JoyWollongong | Reviewed this property |
It is a long day but you return about 7pm I think. It is an 8am start. It should tell you in tour details. We did a couple of tours so I'm not sure exactly as one was longer than the other.
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MichelleMoore84
15 July 2018|
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0 Votes Well, at least the coach I travelled with had no toilets. However, there are toilets in the monuments. I bought the Stonehenge -Bath tour. First, we visited Stonehenge and then we headed to Bath. It’s a one-day tour... More
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Tamaracamera
24 June 2018|
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Response from JoyWollongong | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a toilet but no one tends to use it on the bus. There are breaks to go to the bathroom when you get off the bus.
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