Join our tour from Bournemouth to Stonehenge and Salisbury. Departing from Bournemouth Pavillion on a comfortable coach, you’ll get to discover two gems of Southern England. Enjoy a self-guided visit of Stonehenge, a
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From Bournemouth Pavillion
Join our tour from Bournemouth to Stonehenge and Salisbury. Departing from Bournemouth Pavillion on a comfortable coach, you’ll get to discover two gems of Southern England. Enjoy a self-guided visit of Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most mysterious places in the world. We will then visit Salisbury, where you can explore the magnificent cathedral that contains one of the original copies of the Magna Carta, boasts the tallest spire in Britain and is home to the oldest working clock in the world! Following a wonderful day out, we’ll return to Bournemouth in the late afternoon.
Depart from Bournemouth Pavillion in the morning on a comfortable coach
Our first stop is Stonehenge, a Neolithic site that dates back thousands of years. Admire the stone circle with a history spanning 4,500 years. explore the state-of-the-art visitor’s centre and Neolithic Village
We continue our tour to Salisbury. Choose to include a visit to Salisbury Cathedral which holds one of the original copies of the Magna Carta. Alternatively, spend the afternoon enjoying the city. You could have a pub lunch or enjoy the shops and sites in the centre
Stonehenge is one of the most popular attractions in the UK. This Neolithic stone circle is considered by some to be the most mysterious place in the world. Nobody is quite sure why it was built, although scientists recently discovered that it’s made from a nearly indestructible ancient material. This explains why it survived for thousands of years, and you’ll get to relive the mystery for yourself on our Stonehenge tour from Bournemouth!
Welcome to Salisbury. The spire of Salisbury Cathedral rises to a breathtaking 123 metres, making it the tallest in Britain. The Cathedral is home to the best preserved of only four surviving original 1215 Magna Carta, and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Salisbury is home to lots of cafes, tea rooms,along with a wide range of independent shops. A lovely way to spend an afternoon!