See iconic Stonehenge and feel its power on a day trip from London. Discover the mystery of the pre-historic monument as you learn about the many theories explaining its origins and purpose.
Why should I visit Stonehenge?
Shrouded in mystery, no-one knows whether Stonehenge was a temple for sun worship, a healing centre, a burial site or a huge calendar. Walk around the stones and see if you can decide for yourself.
Where is Stonehenge and how can I get there from London?
Stonehenge is located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 90 miles (145km) west of London. You can travel there in around two hours by road, or an hour and a half by train (followed by a bus from Salisbury station to the Stonehenge site). The easiest way to take a day trip from London to Stonehenge is by coach tour.
Book tickets for Stonehenge in advance to guarantee entry.
Below is a selection of tours taking in multiple destinations including Stonehenge.
Combine your trip to Stonehenge with an excursion to Windsor Castle, a royal residence and fortress for more than 900 years, and Bath, a beautiful UNESCO-listed city steeped in history. This tour includes the option of all admissions and entry to the Roman Baths, where you can view the incredible remains of one of the greatest spas of the ancient world, centred around Britain’s only hot spring. Duration: 12 hoursRead More: Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath tour
See two UNESCO World Heritage sites in one tour. Wander around Stonehenge's famous monoliths, before exploring the ancient city of Bath on a walking tour. See the stunning 15th-century Bath Abbey, beautiful Georgian architecture and the iconic Pulteney Bridge. This tour includes entry to the Roman Baths. Duration: 10 hours, 30 minutesRead More: Stonehenge and Bath tour