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Stonehenge Sunrise Sunset, Bath & More Tour from LondonOur Stonehenge Sunrise Sunset Tour from London includes a visit to Bath and Lacock and is the best way to experience this region of England. Our sunrise tour is available every Monday and
Our Stonehenge Sunrise Sunset Tour from London includes a visit to Bath and Lacock and is the best way to experience this region of England. Our sunrise tour is available every Monday and Thursday during the summer, whilst our sunset tour departs on Wednesdays & Sundays. You’ll witness the amazing view as the sun peeks through the mystical stone circles. Sit back, relax and take in this unique experience away from the crowds and when the light is perfect for taking pictures. We’ll then get to walk inside the stone circle using special access tickets unique to this tour!
The rest of the day is spent in the city of Bath and the village of Lacock. See the natural spring water of the UNESCO Roman Baths and enjoy a walking tour of the city. Visit Lacock, which was named one of the top 10 most beautiful villages in England and used in the filming of the Harry Potter movies.
Our Stonehenge Sunrise Sunset tour starts and ends in Central London and is a guided tour, with one of our specialist guides on hand to make the day a truly unforgettable experience. With stunning views, amazing history and all-round fun, this is the perfect way to experience England.
Our Sunrise Tour is available on selected Mondays & Thursdays
Our Sunset Tour is available on selected Wednesdays & Sundays
stonehenge sunrise itinerary
- Depart Central London at 5.30am
- Arrive at Stonehenge in time to see the sunrise* and go inside the inner circle
- Drive to Lacock, for an optional breakfast in a 13th Century Inn (meal not included)
- See the Georgian town of Bath on a city tour and visit the Roman Bath and Pump room
stonehenge sunset itinerary
(The same as sunrise itinerary but in reverse)
- Depart Central London at 11:10 am
- Visit Bath including Roman Bath, Pump room and city tour
- Head to Lacock with an optional early supper
- See Stonehenge at sunset* and view the inner circles
*At certain times due to the long summer daylight hours it is not possible to see the actual sunrise/sunset but we always have special access to inside the inner stone circles
stonehenge sunrise sunset, bath & more tour – reviews
“A great experience on the Stonehenge Sunset tour. Seeing the stones as the sun goes down was amazing and the highlight of our trip to England” – Harley, USA
“We had a really entertaining, kind and helpful guide and got an incredible behind-the-scenes look at Stonehenge. All in all, a wonderful day out.” – Patrick, Ireland
“A great way to see three amazing places at a reasonable price.” – Hanz, Germany
- Watch the spectacular sunrise or sunset at Stonehenge
- Get exclusive access to inside the stone circle, something that is unique to this trip. (Most Stonehenge tours only allow you to see the stones from a distance, behind a fence.)
- Visit Bath and have a guided tour of the city, including the city center with its pretty street, the ancient abbey, and Jane Austen centre.
- Spend time in the Roman Baths which contain a Sacred Spring, Roman Temple, Roman Bath House, Georgian Pump Room and museum
- Travel to Lacock, a chocolate-box village that was used in the filming of the Harry Potter movies, with an optional breakfast or dinner in the local pub.
- Travel in a luxury coach with wifi, accompanied by an expert tour guide
- Pickup from the Millenium Gloucester Hotel (Casino Entrance) in London. The tour ends at Victoria train station
- Entrance to Stonehenge, with a special access viewing of the inner Stone Circles
- Entrance fees to the Roman Baths (if option selected at checkout)
- Return transportation to London in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach with free wifi
- A professional guide
- The tour will arrive back in London around 5pm subject to traffic
- Gratuities (optional)
- The tour is available at selected times during the year.
- Sometimes, during busy periods, we use vehicles without wifi
- At certain times during long summer daylight hours, it’s not possible to see the sunrise or sunset at Stonehenge. Regardless of this, we still have special access to the inner stone circles
- This tour is non-refundable/amendable from 8 days prior to departure date
Stonehenge – Exclusive Special Acces Private Viewing
Built over 4,500 years ago, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the most spectacular sites in England. On this Stonehenge sunrise sunset tour, we go behind the scenes, past the ropes and into the heart of the inner stone circles! As we watch the magical sunrise or sunset, your expert tour guide will explain the fascinating history of the ancient site, pointing out the altar, slaughter and heel stones.
Lacock is a small, picturesque village tucked away in the English countryside. The village has gained popularity since it was used in the filming of Pride and Prejudice and the Harry Potter films. Situated just a short drive from Bath, we head here for a meal at The George Inn Lacock, an English pub built in the 14th Century (food/drink not included). This is a wonderful way to experience some traditional English food, like fish & chips or a full English breakfast. Pubs like these played an important part in the social fabric of small village communities across England and are an important part of the English way of life.
Our visit begins with a panoramic overview tour of Bath. From here, you can decide to go your own way or take our optional walking tour of the city, where you’ll see major sites like the Pulteney Bridge, Jane Austen Centre and Bath Abbey. The town of Bath is also known for its excellent selection of shops, restaurants, and cafes. It’s lovely to take a stroll through the main streets in the city centre and enjoy the beautiful architecture that has made Bath so famous. From here, visit the Roman Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the hot springs that once served as the central focal point of the city, and learn more about the Roman period of British history. The Roman Baths are the biggest attraction in the city, and are a wonderful example of Roman influence on Britain, providing great insight into this ancient civilization.
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.