Our picks of the best Bath, England tours from London. With so many different tour companies offering slightly different tour packages, choosing the right tour can be confusing! All group tours from London to Bath also include a stop at Stonehenge. However, not all of the Bath tours include entrance fees or time to visit the Roman Baths, which is one of the major attractions in Bath. Other things to consider on your Bath England tour from London include the size of the group and the amount of time spent in Bath.
Read on to see our top picks….
our picks: Top 3 bath tours
1. bath small group tour – max. 16 passengers
This is our favourite tour to Bath, England and also includes a visit to Stonehenge & Windsor Castle. The tour stands out for a number of reasons. Firstly, you have a convenient choice of three different departure locations in London to be picked up from, so wherever you are staying in London, you shouldn’t have much trouble getting to the pickup point. Secondly, unlike most Bath, England tours from London, this is a small group tour with a maximum of 16 passengers. This makes touring around a real pleasure – no wasting time waiting for fellow passengers and the tour allows for more personal contact with the tour guide. Thirdly, the itinerary is planned so that you’ll visit Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle at their quietest periods of the day, avoiding the large groups of tourists on the major bus tours. The tour includes a guided tour of Stonehenge, entrance to the Roman Baths, a guided walking tour of Bath & a visit to Windsor Castle.
More information: Small Group Bath, Stonehenge & Windsor Castle
2. Bath & Stonehenge tour
This is the best Bath, England tour if you don’t want to feel too rushed. Most of the Bath, England tours from London visit Bath, Stonehenge and another additional nearby attraction. That means 3 attractions in one day. This is the only tour on the market from London that gives you plenty of time to soak up all that Bath has to offer. You’ll arrive in Bath at around 12:00 and from here on you’ll have the whole afternoon to explore the city, including its Abbey, Royal Crescent, Jane Austen Centre and more. The ticket includes entrance fees to the Roman Baths and a guided walking tour. The morning part of the tour is spent at Stonehenge, where you’ll get to see the stone circles and the tour comes with luxury transportation and a tour guide.
More information: Stonehenge & Bath Tour
3. bath by train with entry to roman baths:
Possibly the cheapest way to get to Bath, England from London if you just want to visit Bath and don’t need a tour guide to show you around. If you’re looking for the cheapest way to get to Bath from London then consider this option carefully. This is an unescorted tour, without a tour guide. It includes return train tickets from London and entrance to the Roman Baths. You’ll receive 08:30am departure train tickets from London Paddington and you’ll have an open return, meaning you decide when you want to come back to London. The price is £69 per adult, £65 per child.
(To work out if this option is cheaper than you just buying train tickets and entrance fees to Roman Baths by yourself, you’ll need to do a bit of arithmetic! For example, an adult entrance ticket to the Roman Baths costs between £15.50 to £17. Prices for train tickets in the UK can vary enormously by you can pay as much as £90 return! If that’s the case, it’s much cheaper to buy the all inclusive £69 ticket, which you can see on the link below. As a general rule, train tickets get more expensive the closer you get to your travel date.)
More details: Bath from London by Train
more bath, England tours from London
Bath, Stonehenge, Stratford & cotswolds
A comprehensive day out, the perfect Bath, England tour from London if you’re looking just to get a taster of the place, as part of a more overall overview of the English countryside. This is a real action packed tour and you’ll get to visit Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon and drive through the Cotswolds. Of course, since you visit so many places in one day, the amount of time that you get to spend in each attraction is limited. Bear in mind that you probably wouldn’t have time in Bath, England to view the Roman Baths. But it’s a great tour to get a feel of England. The tour starts at 7:45 am and returns at about 7pm, a long day out but well worth it!
More info: Bath, Stonehenge, Stratford & Cotswolds
Stonehenge special access tour with bath
All of the publicly scheduled Bath, England day tours from London include a visit to Stonehenge. On the visit to Stonehenge, you’ll only get to see the stones from afar, as most tours don’t have the necessary access rights to go into the inner stone circles. However, there are several special access tours that will get you right into the heart of Stonehenge and inside the inner circles. Some of these tours also include a visit to Bath, with a guided tour of the city.
bath, stonehenge & Hampton court palace tour
A large coach tour, this time to Bath, Stonehenge & Hampton Court Palace from London. The tour includes lunch at Stonehenge in their purpose-built visitor centre cafe and you get a free walking tour in Bath followed by free time to explore. Bear in mind that this tour doesn’t include entrance fees for the Roman Baths, so if you do decide to take this tour and want to visit the Roman Baths, you should factor this into your budget. Hampton Court Palace is one of the finest English country estates around, with incredible landscaped gardens and beautiful interiors.
bath, Stonehenge & Cotswolds:
This is another small group tour with a maximum of 16 passengers. This is again another one of our personal favorites simply because of the tour size. Small sized tour groups means greater interaction with the guide and less time hanging around for fellow passengers. Your time spent in Bath includes entrance to the Roman Baths and a guided tour of the city. It also visits the Cotswolds village of Lacock which famous since its pretty streets were used in the filming of some famous TV series and films.
More info: Bath, Stonehenge & Cotswolds Tour
Bath is one of the most popular day trips from London, and is renowned for its beautiful Georgian architecture and many different attractions, recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Roman Baths. There are several ways of getting to Bath from London, by train, tour or car.