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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
$157.41 per adult
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Amazing experience
The day turned up with perfect weather to see Stonehenge. The trip to Bath and to eat at the Lacock pub were a bonus but being in the inner circle at Stonehenge was the most amazing part. Peter our tour guide kept everyone engaged in the bus with his quirky humor.
Cheryl_D, Jun 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in London

Relaxing drive to see the country and some historical wonders
Charity_W, Jun 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
This was a perfect way to get out of the busyness of city life and enjoy a scenic drive while also seeing some ancient sites. The bus was comfortable and clean and the driver was superb. Our guide was fun, informative and gave us enough info without being too much. There was plenty of time at Stonehenge, and enough at Bath though we could have stayed longer! All in all, it is a great value and we didn’t feel rushed.
Excellent tour guide Andrew and bus driver!
NancyTran, May 2022
Southampton: Post-Cruise Tour to London via Salisbury, Stonehenge and Windsor
Wonderful Stonehenge, Salisbury and Windsor 8 hour post cruise tour with drop off at hotel in London center. On time and very nice and clean bus.
Whirlwind Fun Day
Christina_K, Jan 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Optional Roman Baths Visit
We had a lovely day visiting Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath. It is a whirlwind excursion lasting 12 hours. The bus is comfortable and clean. The tour company personnel are very professional. We enjoyed commentary from our guide that gave us historical context. There is no scheduled lunch break, so pack a sandwich or pick up food to-go along the way. They do not allow coffee in the bus. Cold drinks appear to be ok. Verify with the tour company.
Stonehenge is a must
Marilyn_M, Jun 2022
London to Stonehenge Shuttle Bus and Independent Day Trip
Exploring Stonehenge from different angles was amazing my whole family adored it and was one of the amazing sights to be able to take my entire family too
This is the one, book!
Stephanie_Z, Jun 2022
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath Tour from London with Admission
If you have enough time in London, this trip is a must. Enjoyed every aspect. You will have time to eat—that was something I wasn’t sure of in the description/other reviews. I highly recommend booking with access to all 3–Windsor, Roman Baths, and Stonehenge. All worth seeing. Wonderful day with our lovely tour guide, Bruce, and driver, Dan.
Stonehenge Rocks!
Ana_E, Jun 2022
Stonehenge, Avebury, Cotswolds. Small guided day tour from Bath (Max 12 persons)
We were the FIRST group to arrive at the Stonehenge monument. We had about 20 minutes or so before the crowds began so it was very special.
Very lovely day in...
Marita_A, Jun 2022
Stonehenge and Bath - Day Tour from Brighton
Very lovely day in Stonehenge and Bath. Only problem is long ride back as Stonehenge was before Bath and ride back straight from Bath.
Stonehenge and Bath
Mark_M, Jun 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
Stonehenge walk around was great! Not much time for giftshop and museum. Enjoyed Bath and the sites there. Took time to have lunch rather than do the walk with our guide.
Great Tour!
TheresaDavidson, Jun 2022
Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford Day Trip from London
We took a terrific tour of Windsor, Stonehenge, and Oxford. Our driver Shabazz was terrific, and our tour guide Peter was knowledgeable, friendly, and made the tour perfect. Highly recommend!
A must see!
Jason_B, Jun 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Optional Roman Baths Visit
Our tour was completely magical. Stonehenge was stunning and the Roman Baths are a must! Andy was our guide and was phenomenal
We had an excellent...
Merrie_R, Jun 2022
Stonehenge Half- Day Tour from London with Admission
We had an excellent driver / tour guide. The experience at Stonehenge was a self guided tour as described. I'm glad we took the self guided tour to go at our own pace. We would go on this tour again!
Bath an unexpected charming city and abbey
Stefan_P, Jun 2022
Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
Tour guide Alan brought humor and energy to the tour group. Very relatable and ran a tight ship to keep us on schedule. Stonehenge was nice, but Bath, the city and the abbey, were the highlight for us. Very beautiful, we’re tempted to abandon tour and stay extra day(s) in Bath.
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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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