Stonehenge and Bath Tour From London



  • Enjoy two of England's top historical sites - Stonehenge and the Roman Baths.
  • Experience a walking tour of the city of Bath.
  • Travel in comfort from London to each of the attractions and back in a luxurious air-conditioned coach.

Travel through time on a Stonehenge and Bath tour

Take a sightseeing tour and visit two of Britain’s spectacular historical sites – Stonehenge and the Roman Baths. Board an AC luxury coach and bask in the delightful scenery of the English countryside in all its grandeur. Get your Stonehenge and Bath tour tickets to visit the top two UNESCO World Heritage Sites of England.

Visit two World Heritage Sites on one fantastic tour!

Yes, you heard it right! You can visit two of England’s most popular public attractions with one ticket. The Stonehenge and Bath Tour has three ticket variants.

  • The first is Tour Only Tickets. With this option, you get a walking tour of both the monuments.
  • The Stonehenge Tickets and Lunch option allows you to visit the Stonehenge Exhibition Centre, take a walking tour of Bath and eat a delicious lunch.
  • Stonehenge and Roman Bath Tickets, on the other hand, provide you with an immersive tour of both the attractions. Additionally, you get a walking tour of Bath and a delectable meal.
Stonehenge and Bath Tour - The standing stones of Stonehenge
The standing stones of Stonehenge

Stonehenge: An icon of the prehistoric world

Located two miles west of Amesbury in Wiltshire; Stonehenge is an icon of the ancient world and remains surrounded by myth and mystery to this day. A ring of standing stones makes up the monument, with each stone standing at around thirteen feet high and seven feet wide. Every stone weighs about twenty-five tonnes.

Archaeological experts believe that Stonehenge’s earliest phase was established at around 3100 BC. According to Radiocarbon dating, the initial bluestones were set anywhere around 2400 and 2200 BC. UNESCO added the site and its surroundings to its World Heritage Sites list in 1986. The Crown owns the attraction while the National Trust owns the land surrounding it.

Stonehenge and Bath tour tickets take you to, perhaps, the biggest historical puzzle ever. Come up with your own hypothesis as countless others have upon visiting the mysterious Stonehenge. Take your time figuring out how builders moved the massive stones in the absence of modern technology.

Stonehenge and Bath Tour - The Roman Baths
The Roman Baths

Explore the famous Roman baths

Tour tickets also include a visit to Bath. Situated on the slopes of the River Avon, the city of Bath was the first in England to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the centre of the city below the street level are the Roman Baths. They consist of four attractions – the Museum, the Roman Bath House, the Sacred Spring, as well as the Roman Temple. The Museum holds findings from the Roman Era, discovered in and around the city.

Lose yourself in the beauty of the 15th century Bath Abbey, and walk on authentic Roman pavements. The romantic Pulteney Bridge and beautiful Georgian architecture are among the other sights you get to see.

A tour of Bath is only complete when you have visited the Roman Baths from which the city derived its name. Be sure to ask your knowledgeable tour guide any questions you may have. English commentary is available every weekday, while German and French commentary is included on Thursday and Monday respectively.

With Stonehenge and Bath tour tickets, you embark on a comfortable return journey to two top attractions on an air-conditioned coach. So what are you waiting for? Grab your tickets now!


  • Stonehenge Tour
  • Bath Walking Tour
  • Tickets to Stonehenge and Roman Baths (Optional)
  • Lunch (Optional)
  • Professional Guide
  • Transfers to and from London


  • Directions

    The tour begins at 08:00 AM from the Golden Tours Visitors Centre located at 4 Fountain Square, 123-151, Buckingham Palace Road.

    Walk from the Victoria underground station towards Victoria coach station. Before you reach the coach station, you will see the ‘Colonnade Walk’ on the left. Enter the walkway and turn left at the Subway sandwich store; the visitor centre is behind the fountain.

    You will arrive back in London at around 07:30 PM.

  • Getting your tickets

    You will receive your mobile voucher in your email shortly after booking. You can show this on your mobile device along with a valid photo ID before the tour commences. Your tickets are valid for the day and time you’ve booked.

  • Super-Flexible Cancellation Policy

    You may cancel your tour up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.