Head out of London on a luxury air-conditioned coach for a morning of exploring the iconic Stonehenge on the Simply Stonehenge Tour. On this unescorted tour, wander the sights at your own pace as you uncover the fascinating theories behind the origin of these mysterious megaliths. You also have the option to explore Stonehenge on an afternoon tour.
What is Stonehenge?
A ring of giant rocks that form a prehistoric monument, Stonehenge is a world-famous heritage site estimated to be more than 5,000 years old. The origins of the structure are unknown, but there are many theories surrounding how it came to be. A burial ground, a place of worship, and the most popular, an ancient observatory to mark midsummer. Take a visit, hear its story and uncover the ancient secrets of this fascinating monument.
Where is Stonehenge?
Stonehenge is located on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England, about 90 miles (145km) west of London.
What is there to see at Stonehenge?
You have the chance to tick off seeing a one-of-a-kind historical landmark. Wander around the impressive stone structure, learning about the attraction's origins and the fascinating history of Salisbury Plain where Stonehenge proudly sits.
Explore the remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Site’s exhibition and visitor centre, which helps you to uncover the story of the stones, the land and its people through cutting-edge audio-visual experiences. See more than 250 archaeological objects and treasures recovered from the surrounding landscape, from jewellery and tools to ancient human remains.
The centre also hosts special exhibitions throughout the year. The latest exhibition “Your Stonehenge” features a collection of the public’s personal photos from their visits to the site from the past 150 years.
Enhance your visit with a Lithodomos Ancient World Multimedia Guide that offers a 360 reconstruction of the historical site. Bringing Stonehenge to life with interactive, self-guiding maps that share stories, myths and legends of this historic spot. This virtual guide transports you to a sunny mid-afternoon in England, where you'll travel through four periods of Stonehenge's long history.
How can I book the tour?
Tours are available to book daily, excluding Christmas Day.
What time does the tour leave London?
The departure point of the tour is at Bus Stop 8, Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, SW1W 9SH. The check-in time for this self-guided tour is 8am. The coach departs Victoria, central London, at 8.30am. and will return around 3.30pm.
Afternoon departures (April-September) are scheduled for 12.45pm and will return approximately 6.30pm.
Please ensure that you arrive at the departure point at the time of check-in and don’t forget your e-ticket.
What time does the coach get back to London?
The coach arrives back in London at the drop-off point at Gloucester Road tube station (Zone 1) at approximately 2.30pm.
What is included in the booking?
Your booking includes your entry ticket to Stonehenge, a return transfer on a luxury air-conditioned coach and an exclusive 25% discount off Stonehenge guidebooks.
Please note, this is an unescorted tour.
|Child Ticket||From £61.00 per ticket|
|Concession Ticket||From £63.00 per ticket|
|Senior Ticket||From £63.00 per ticket|
|Adult Ticket||From £64.00 per ticket|