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Junction of A303 and A344/360, England

The Basics

Entrance to Stonehenge is via timed ticket. You’ll be able to view the stones from a few meters away, and shuttle transportation between the observation areas is included with entry. Access to the stones is limited to 30 minutes, but you can spend as long as you like exploring the site’s visitor center. If you want to visit the Inner Circle and walk among the stones, you’ll need to book a special tour outside of public opening hours. Day tours from London are often combined with nearby attractions such as Oxford, Windsor Castle, Bath, Stratford-Upon-Avon, or the Cotswolds.

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Inner Circle Access of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock Day Tour from London
Inner Circle Access of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock Day Tour from London
USD167.61 per adult
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What a Great Day!!!!
Stonehenge: Epic!!! Bath: Quaint Frank, our guide was amazing. He was kind, very informative, dry sense of humor, joked back and forth with we Americans, all in great fun. Richard, our driver…perfect. Right on time leaving and getting back. Perfection.
Todd_B, Jan. 2023

Recent reviews from experiences in London

Clear direction and...
Doris_Y, Jan. 2023
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
Clear direction and commentary by the tour guide and the coach is comfortable and clean. Bath and stonehenge are definitely worth visiting.
The tour to do!
Luis_R, Dec. 2022
Inner Circle Access of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock Day Tour from London
This is the way to see Stonehenge. The experience of being up close and inside it is really special. Just looking from the outside would have not have been same. Our Tour Guide was very nice, knowledgeable and organized. Transportation was easy and clean. The other features Bath and Lacock were very neat as well, but the star is going inside Stonehenge.
Great day trip
Natasha_A, Nov. 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
A very well organized trip. Very comfortable clean bus that leaves from a convenient location. Great sights (both Stonehenge and Bath are very interesting places to visit), plenty of time to explore at a comfortable pace. Amazing tour guide Andrew who went above and beyond his duties by making sure people knew exactly how to get home from the drop off point. Great experience overall.
One of the best ways to see/experience the Uk
Gabe_M, Jan. 2023
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford Day Trip from London
Consistently these tours have been lead by knowledge and committed guides as wellness as skilled drivers(specifically Evan evans tours). Stonehenge e as a personal favorite as it allowed you to get out of the city and witnesss firsthand the beautiful English countryside. Couldn’t be happier with this investment and highly recommend.
Bus driver drove a bit...
Paul_O, Jan. 2023
London to Stonehenge Shuttle Bus and Independent Day Trip
Bus driver drove a bit aggressively and barely said a word. Would have been nicer if someone on bus had spoken about Stonehenge en route.
My trip on Jan 23
Qun_Z, Jan. 2023
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford Day Trip from London
Kevine is quite knowledgeable and responsible on our visit to Windsor castle, stonehenge, and oxford.
Great trip!
Olga_T, Jan. 2023
Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath Trip from London
Great trip to get an overview of these areas. I could do a whole day in each, now that I know them. Alan, our guide, did an awesome job, he was funny and full of information. Roberto, our driver, was an expert driving that big bus through narrow streets and roads. I would have spent less time in Stonehenge to get another 30 minutes in Windsor, we didn’t get to go in St. George’s. Next visit.
London is a great city to...
THOMAS_S, Jan. 2023
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath Tour from London with Admission
London is a great city to visit The experience was great Don’t forget to visit Stonehenge Windsor Place and Roman Batt City of Bart
Best part of our visit to London!
Jean_D, Jan. 2023
2-Day Windsor, Stonehenge, Bath and Oxford Small-Group Tour
Rabies Tours are the best! I highly recommend this trip! Beautiful countryside! Stonehenge was awesome and Windsor and Bath are wonderful villages to see
tatianademauro, Aug. 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
Peter was an amazing guide. Funny, cleaver and knowledgeable. He made the bus trip very entertaining. We had only 1h in Stonehenge, but honestly, it was enough. We had 4h in bath and could use more. It is really nice and deserves at least 2 days. The bus was nice and clean.
I really enjoyed the trip...
Helen_J, Jan. 2023
Small Group Stonehenge, Bath and Secret Place Tour from London
I really enjoyed the trip to Stonehenge and Bath. The tour guide was knowledgeable and entertaining. The bus was comfortable and warm on a very cold day!
Windsor and Stonehenge Day trip
Jeremy_H, Jan. 2023
Private guided tour Windsor castle Stonehenge
Graham was right on time and a wonderful guide. He let us shop a little since Windsor castle was closed. The lunch at The Wheat Shaff on the Avon river was a delight. We saw BOTH Woodhenge and Stonehenge, which helped in gaining a big picture perspective on these historical wonders. The pace of the trip was easy. Plenty of time at all locations. 9 hours round trip. Highly recommend!
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Admission lines can be long and tour times may sell out quickly, especially in summer, so it’s best to book in advance.

  • Audio guides are available in 10 different languages.

  • Free Wi-Fi is available at the visitor center.

  • Stonehenge is located on an open plain, so be prepared for changeable weather—wind and rain are common.

  • The shuttle buses, visitor center, and stone-viewing areas are fully wheelchair accessible.

  • Last admission is two hours before the daily closing time.

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How to Get There

Stonehenge is located about 88 miles (142 kilometers) southwest of London, which is about two hours by road. Most tours include round-trip transportation from London and offer pick-up from your hotel or a central location. It’s also possible to take a paid shuttle bus from Salisbury rail station.

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When to Get There

Stonehenge is open all year round, but the most atmospheric time to visit is during the summer or winter solstice, when a huge party celebrates the longest and shortest days of the year, and entrance is free. Although visits are timed, it can get crowded in summer, so arrive early or opt for a sunrise or sunset tour to experience the landmark at its most photogenic.

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Unraveling the Mysteries of Stonehenge

The visitor center serves as a fascinating accompaniment to a tour of Stonehenge. Inside, visitors can admire archaeological treasures unearthed at the site, gain a unique perspective through a 360-degree audio-visual display, and step inside a series of recreated Neolithic houses.

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