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Stonehenge Inner Circle Access Tour from London plus Bath and Lacock

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Reserve your private access to Stonehenge inner circle on a day trip from London. Visit Stonehenge at sunrise or sunset plus Lacock (Harry Potter film location in Cotswolds) and Georgian city of Bath.

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Book your private viewing of Stonehenge on a day trip from London. You'll get access to the inner stone circle of Stonehenge at sunrise or sunset. The day trip also includes visits to Lacock (famous Harry Potter film location) and the beautiful Georgian city of Bath.

Includes

  • Private admission to Stonehenge and access to the inner circle

  • Entrance to the Roman Baths and Pump Room

  • English-speaking guide
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Stonehenge Inner Circle Access Tour from London plus Bath and Lacock
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Duration: 9:30 - 11:30 hour(s)
Available: Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat and Sun
Pick-up: Available
Inclusions: Private admission to Stonehenge and access to the inner circle / Entrance to the Roman Baths and Pump Room / English-speaking guide

I went on this tour when I was living in London. I used my holiday, and went by myself. I was worried I won't be able to understand English guide, but soon enough I made friends with s few people on the tour, and we even exchanged emails. <Translated by Veltra.com>

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Schedule

Starting time: 05:15 - 10:45 (Show more)
  • 05:15

    Pick-up & Check-in

  • Sunrise Private Viewing at Stonehenge including access to the inner stone circle (approx. 1.5 hours)

    Built nearly 5,000 years ago, Stonehenge is the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. Most visitors to the site are not allowed direct access to the stones. On this tour, you will get that access, with a private viewing of the mysterious monoliths.

  • Village of Lacock - famous film location for Pride and Prejudice & Harry Potter (approx. 1 hour)

    Lacock is picturesque village dating back to the Saxon era. It has provided the setting for movies like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice or Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Take a walk before breakfast in The George Inn, a vintage English pub built in 1361 (cost of meals not included)

  • Elegant Georgian city of Bath (approx. 1.5 hours)

    Next, it's on to Bath, famous for its elegant Georgian architecture. The tour also takes you to the magnificent Roman Baths, where over one million litres of boiling water still burst free from the hot springs every day. The Roman Baths, the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world.

  • 15:00

    Check-out

  • 10:45

    Pick-up & Check-in

  • Village of Lacock - famous film location for Pride and Prejudice & Harry Potter (approx. 1 hour)

    Lacock is a little known, picturesque village dating back to the Saxon era. So pretty is the village that it has provided the setting for many movies and television dramas including Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and more recently Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

  • Elegant Georgian city of Bath (approx. 1.5 hours)

    Next, it's on to Bath, famous for its elegant Georgian architecture. The tour also takes you to the magnificent Roman Baths, where over one million litres of boiling water still burst free from the hot springs every day. The Roman Baths, is the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world.

  • Sunset Private Viewing at Stonehenge including access to the inner stone circle (approx. 1.5 hours)

    Built nearly 5,000 years ago, Stonehenge is the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. Most visitors to the site are not allowed direct access to the stones. On this tour, you will get that access, with a private viewing of the mysterious monoliths.

  • 20:45

    Check-out

  • (For Pick-Up) Cumberland Hotel (Great Cumberland Place) Time: 05:15:00

  • (For Pick-Up) Millennium Gloucester (4-18 Harrington Gardens) Time: 05:30:00

  • (For Drop-Off) Victoria Coach Station Gate 3-7 (164 Buckingham Palace Rd) Time: 15:00:00

Pick-up Time & Location

  • (For Pick-Up) Cumberland Hotel (Great Cumberland Place) Time: 05:15:00

  • (For Pick-Up) Millennium Gloucester (4-18 Harrington Gardens) Time: 05:30:00

Drop-off Time & Location

  • (For Drop-Off) Victoria Coach Station Gate 3-7 (164 Buckingham Palace Rd) Time: 15:00:00

  • (For Pick-Up) Cumberland Hotel (Great Cumberland Place) Time: 10:45:00

  • (For Pick-Up) Millennium Gloucester (4-18 Harrington Gardens) Time: 11:10:00

  • (For Drop-Off) Victoria Coach Station Gate 3-7 (164 Buckingham Palace Rd) Time: 20:45:00

Pick-up Time & Location

  • (For Pick-Up) Cumberland Hotel (Great Cumberland Place) Time: 10:45:00

  • (For Pick-Up) Millennium Gloucester (4-18 Harrington Gardens) Time: 11:10:00

Drop-off Time & Location

  • (For Drop-Off) Victoria Coach Station Gate 3-7 (164 Buckingham Palace Rd) Time: 20:45:00

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Notes

Additional Note(s)
  • Please note at certain times due to the long summer daylight hours it is not possible to see the actual sunrise but you will arrive as early as possible to enjoy your private tour inside the stones.

  • Please note that Stonehenge reserve the right to cancel due to circumstances beyond our control such as poor weather conditions where they fear the ground and monument may be subject to damage from footfall. While this is rare to date, if it does happen it will most likely be in the winter.

  • Only water is allowed on the tour bus. Please do not eat or snack on the bus.

  • Meals are not included in the price.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people in the group?

It depends on the day, but it could be between 26-52 people in the group.

My hotel is not included on the pick-up list? What can I do?

If your hotel is not included on the pick-up service then make your way to the nearest pick-up points at Cumberland Hotel, Grosvenor Victoria, Millennium Gloucester (Casino Entrance), Russell Hotel, Thistle Hotel Euston. You must go to the pick-up point selected at time of booking.

Am I guaranteed to see sunrise or sunset?

You will arrive as early or late as possible to Stonehenge at sunrise or sunset. At certain times due to long summer daylight hours or short winter days, it is not possible to see the actual sunrise or sunset but we endeavour to make this possible. The biggest advantage of arriving at sunrise or sunset is to escape the crowds and get access to the inner stone circle of Stonehenge usually roped off and restricted to the general public.

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Reviews

I went on this tour when I was living in London. I used my holiday, and went by myself. I was worried I won't be able to un...derstand English guide, but soon enough I made friends with s few people on the tour, and we even exchanged emails. <Translated by Veltra.com> more

Anonymous

We joined Stonehenge Sunrise tour. Pick up was at 5 ap, but because we were jet-lagged, it wasn't that bad. We were a bit wo...rried because it rained when we departed, but before we arrived it stopped, and as soon as we entered the stone circle, the sun started to rice, so it was perfect timing. After the sunrise, we headed to Lacock, ate English breakfast and walked around with the guide. Then we went to Bath. We had a lot of free time there, and it was even more than enough to see everything before we had to go back to the bus. The lights were off on the way back to London, so I fall asleep very fast. We arrived back around 4 pm, so we still had plenty of time to continue sightseeing. <Translated by Veltra.com> more

Anonymous

Have been hearing about this prehistoric monument for ages, and finally I got to visit it on 1 May 2015. And it was an amazing exp...erience to be right there in the circle, standing next to those 4000+ years old stones. I have visited the Giza Pyramids of Egypt and I could feel a connection. It has that mystic spell on everyone I guess as I could see some of the people praying. Its wide open landscape and good that they have maintained it that way, otherwise the modernity would creep in and spoil the ambience. The trip was well organized with many pickup points in major hotel locations, so it was an easy walk to the nearest one at the early hour. And being there before it is open to public made it more special as we were a small group and we could get pictures with no one else in the background. I’d recommend this trip to everyone who visits the UK, it was a once in a lifetime trip for me so I couldn’t have missed it! more

Rakhi Nair

The premium Stonehenge and bath tour was wonderful! Although it was very early the experience is thoroughly worth it. Being able t...o get close to the inner circle stones was very magical and not having a crowd there definitely added to it. After spending an hour and a bit at Stonehenge we went on to Lacock where we grabbed some well deserved breakfast. Then spent the afternoon in Bath, we were able to skip the lines into the Roman Bath, allowing for more time to explore the wonderful museum/historic site and we even got to taste a little of the water. Our tour guide David was very energetic and knowledgeable and the driver Phillip was also very welcoming. All in all a wonderful experience, especially if you always wanted to visit the Stonehenge like I did! more

Helena

The guide was very nice and attentive, we are very grateful to him. The tour included sightseeing of Bath and lovely English ru...ral towns, and we loved it all. We were surprised that lunch was quite late at 5 pm, but we were very hungry and we also bought some souvenirs on the way. It was raining at Stonehenge, but it has become a nice memory anyway. Welcome to the English weather! But above all, the staff was amazing! Thank you very much! <Translated by Veltra.com> more

Anonymous

I had heard of Stonehenge being among the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World and the Windows wallpaper always reminded me that I ...need to visit it sometime. So in my first trip to the UK recently it was on the top of my tour list. The day trip wouldn’t fit my schedule as I had to catch the evening flight to Dublin, so searching for other options led me to the sunrise tour and it was the perfect decision. It was a great feeling to see those Neolithic stones having withstood the ravages of time and still so intact. And the sunrise trip got me close to the stones which wouldn’t have been possible in a general trip. Being so early in the morning it was a bit too cold for summer though. Well organized and I could join from near my hotel. It is a must see place which will never lose its charm. I loved that I could cover Bath and Lacock also in this trip before taking my evening flight. have seen sulphur springs closer home, but these were well developed and large scale and from such old times! Lacock is beautiful and still retains the old charm. A day well spent and memorable! more

Shanavas CK

My husband and I really enjoy this tour. Lucy, the tour guide lady and Millikan (?), the bus drive perform very professionally. We... have learned a lot from this tour. I would like to book other tours at Veltra if I visit UK in the future. more

Willow Green

This was our favorite tour in London, we went to Bath,Lacock and Stonehenge. Our group was the only people there right after closi...ng to the public. We got to go inside the inner circle and that is something not everyone gets to do unless you go on a special your like this. If you are going to see Stonehenge - take this tour and experience it instead! more

Misty

This tour was great! Our group was the only group at Stonehenge early in the morning. We got to go inside the roped off area and... walk right up into the stones. Our guide was very knowledgeable and shared lots of facts and history with us. This trip is worth it just for the Stonehenge viewing. We also enjoyed the tour of Bath - It was interesting to see the Roman bath. We had lunch at dinner little cafe in Bath. more

Rachel Mims

Our tour started off at 5am as we were greeted by our tour guide Sev. She introduced herself to us and engaged in conversation str...aight away. During the bus ride she kept us engaged by not only giving us information on the places we were going on our tour but also place along the way that she pointed out. Her and our bus driver Martin exchanged witty banter along the way and made everyone laugh. Our first stop was Stonehenge. As we had the inner circle tour we were there before it was open to the public so we had the entire place to ourselves. The atmosphere was amazing and once again Sev was full of knowledge. We went onto Lacock for breakfast and had a look around with Sev pointing out anything about the town that we would need to know. Beautiful scenery. Onto Bath where we entered the Roman Baths. This is truly a pice of history that was amazing to see. It had an air about the place. We really enjoyed our time here. We then had the bus ride back to London. Overall we highly recommend the tour. It ran seamlessly. We had such a great day! more

kanda

Outstanding tour! The Inner Circle access was incredible! Our guide was excellent and extremely knowledgeable and so much fun. Tha...nk you for making this trip so memorable. more

Friends From Chicago

Tour was perfect; on time, well organized. Our guide was high-energy and very informative. Would highly recommend this tour to a...nyone wanting exclusive Stonehenge access. more

Kenny G

My husband & I debated about whether or not to do a tour of Stonehenge. A lot of people told us that they found it to be overr...ated, & the tours are pricey. Plus we didn't really care much about the other stops on the tour. We finally decided that it's a once in a lifetime expense, so whatever! I'm SO glad we went. The sunrise tour was the only one available, & we were not looking forward to the early rise. We weren't at the monument by sunrise, but we arrived before the site was open to regular visitors. On the way through London & the countryside the guide gave us interesting facts about the things we passed, & I actually was able to stay awake! The guide was fun & informative, & she joked with the driver which was entertaining. Stonehenge was marvelous. The grounds were completely empty aside from our rather small tour group, & we got to wander through the stones in the morning dew. We spent about 1 hour there, & it really was amazing. We left just as they opened to the public. It really was a fantastic experience-- it is not at all overrated in my opinion. We stopped in Lacock for lunch, & we were blown away by this adorable little town. We couldn't figure out what places in the town were used in Harry Potter, but we were pretty stoked that they did some filming there. It was like stepping back in time, aside from the cars on the streets. The breakfast at the George Inn was not very good, but the inn dates back to 1361, & the atmosphere was awesome. We went on this tour to see Stonehenge, but Bath was well worth the trip too! The city is beautiful, & the Roman baths were awesome. We sat for ages at the spring just soaking in the history. We were given plenty of time to see the bath & wander around a bit. It was about a 13 hr day, so we were wiped by the time we arrived back in London. We crashed early, so I don't recommend making plans for after (we cancelled our evening plans). But it was worth it! All in all it was an unforgettable day!!! more

Meaghan

I had visited Stonehenge in the past, but was disappointed that I was not able to walk inside the stones. While planning my next ...London trip, I saw this private inner circle access tour and decided to try it. We departed VERY early, and arrived at Stonehenge before it was opened to the public. Our group had exclusive and unrestricted access for about an hour. There were two guards with our group to make sure nobody does anything to the stones. They are very knowledgeable, and answered any and all questions (plus gave MORE info than was asked), so KUDOs to them too! This was definitely a bucket list item for me, and this part alone made it worth every cent. If you like this kind of thing, this tour is DEFINITELY one you should do - even for just Stonehenge itself. Lacock was interesting and an OLD village. Our group pulled in and ate breakfast at a pub names St. George Inn. A sign outside claims it was established in 1361! We walked around the small town and Frank pointed out some points about the Harry Potter movies. However, I have not watched Harry Potter, so it did not do as much for me as Stonehenge. After Lacock, we ventured to Bath, which was very interesting as well. We had about 90 minutes to explore there, but I did not feel like that was enough time to fully explore the ancient Roman hot springs. Wished we had more time there. Overall, I would HIGHLY recommend this trip. Our guide, Frank, was pleasant and knowledgeable. The bus driver was professional as well. more

Bob

Long, long day. Stonehenge was great, but was NOT dusk as advertised. Lunch wasn't very good. Both cities, people seemed t...o not be all that interested. Me included. A trip Just to Stonehenge would have been MUCH BETTER! Long day with two unnecessary stops.. more

Sue S.

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