Stonehenge and Bath

Guaranteed Departure – Due to its popularity, we operate this tour seven days a week 

As one of the country’s most famous World Heritage sites, Stonehenge is a “must see” for anyone visiting the UK.  Entrance is included and complimentary audio guides in a variety of languages are available for group members at the site.

Next stop is the beautiful city of Bath where Anderson Tours give you entrance to the world famous Roman Baths, which were built over 2000 years ago!

Tour Includes:

  • Return luxury coach travel
  • Entrance into Stonehenge with audio guided tour*
  • Visit the beautiful City of Bath
  • Entrance into the Roman Baths
  • Free time to explore Bath
  • Services of an Anderson Tours Tour Manager

This tour INCLUDES entrances into the Roman Baths & Stonehenge – We advise customers to be aware of other companies who do not include these fees in their tour packages.

*Entrance to Stonehenge includes entrance to Visitor Centre & Exhibition

Adult Price: £59.00
Child Price: £49.00

Itinerary:

 

9.30am — After our London pick ups are complete we start our journey to our first location on the tour.

11.00am — Approximate arrival at Stonehenge, the ancient World Heritage site  (entrance included). You will have approximately 90 minutes – 2 hours to explore the area (your tour manager will advise you what time to be back at the coach)

Included in the Entrance are audio guides which are available in a variety of languages provided by the Stonehenge site, which give you more information on the history.

We depart Stonehenge and start our journey to Bath. The coach will drop you in the city centre where after a short panoramic coach tour the Tour Manager will walk the group into the Roman Baths (entrance included)  –

From this point on, you will have free time to explore the city & grab some lunch (lunch is not included)

4.30pm — Approximate departure time from Bath for your return journey back to London – your Tour Manager will advise what time to be back at the coach.

8.00pm —  Expected arrival time back into central London.

Please note the itinerary is intended as a guide and some details may be subject to change.

Pick-ups:

7.30am — London Bridge
7.55am — Kings Cross
8.10am — Baker Street
8.25am — Victoria
8.50am — South Kensington
9.00am — Earls Court
9.15am — Hammersmith

The following pick ups are also available, please note, passengers will be picked up by one of our drivers and taken to meet the main coach/tour group at Earls Court or Hammersmith. These are pick ups only, drop off in the evening will be in Central London close to a Tube Station for you to continue your onward journey.

7.30am — ExCel London Exhibition Centre
7.45am — Canary Wharf – Canada Square South
8.05am — Tower Hill
8.20am — Waterloo Bridge
8.30am — Holborn Station
8.50am — Lancaster Gate Station.

We recommend you arrive at your departure/pick up point at least 10 minutes prior to your tour ensure you do not miss your tour!  You must ensure you go to your booked pick up point as you may not be able to board at another location.

At Hammersmith our pick up coaches will meet and swap passengers, please follow the instructions of our tour managers to ensure you are on the correct tour.

Rarely this tour may run in reverse, visiting Bath first followed by Stonehenge in the afternoon.  We cannot predict in advance if this will happen until the day as this is usually due to operational or traffic problems on the day!  You will still have the same time at the attractions and fantastic day with us visiting Stonehenge & Bath!

 

Contacts info

london@happytours.eu

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