Private Tour to Stonehenge and Bath from London

8 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 11.5 hr

A beautiful drive out of London to the west and the chance to experience three entirely different eras of Britain's long history, from the dandies of smart 18th century Bath, back through the civilizing culture of the romans to the distant and mysterious Neolithic peoples with their amazing sky temple of heavy stone. We also get to tour through some of England's most beautiful countryside in a comfortable Mercedes.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Timescape Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Bath

Visit beautiful Bath in all it's Regency splendor. Much beloved by the dandies and the smart set, home to a majestic abbey, a distinguished university and of course the famous Roman hot baths. On arrival we take a quick panoramic drive, being sure to include the Royal Crescent and Circus, two of Bath's architectural gems, and some of the most desirable properties in the land. We then park centrally and have a stroll round the historic abbey, largely spared by Henry Vlll's reformation, before exploring the Roman Bath's, which are surprisingly intact and the site of one of England's best museums. Here the cult of the Goddess, Sulis Minerva, was held for over 400 years of Romano-British history. Stoll (perhaps stopping for lunch en-route) through the handsome streets up to the Beau Nash House, King of Bath and dandy in chief, he was an inveterate womaniser, gambler and trend setter.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Stonehenge

Visit perhaps the oldest and most mysterious site in England. A temple, celestial calendar and sacred burial ground in one. Once believed to have been conjured out of the west by Merlin, but now revealed by modern science to have been transported from its original site in Wales by Neolithic man , some150 miles by sheer determination and muscle power. Explore life as it was for some of our earliest discoverable ancestors, people just like you and I, who laid down the wisdom of the ages with their intimate knowledge of the sun, the stars and the seasons. Visit their simple homes and see the tools with which they made their world. Pit your strength again the mighty Sarsen stones and see how many of you it would take to move one. Look across a landscape unchanged since the stones were first placed there four and half millennia ago.

Duration: 2 hour
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