Stonehenge – Exclusive Access To The Inner Circle
Frequently referred to as one of the wonders of the world, Stonehenge is a 5,000 year old mystery that still has experts scratching their heads today. Regarded as a British cultural icon, the purpose of Stonehenge remains unknown; is it an ancient clock, a place of prayer, or a Neolithic town hall?
The so-called ‘bluestones’ were transported by Neolithic builders over 150miles, without machinery and before the invention of the wheel. The large standing stones weigh up to 25 tonnes and were placed upright; a huge feat of human strength and technology, and for what?
After visiting Lacock Village and Bath you’ll be granted exclusive access to the Inner Circle of Stonehenge, getting up close to the 5,000 year old stones, all the better for figuring out the mystery for yourself.
Leave the hustle and bustle of London behind to explore the idyllic village of Lacock. The pretty village dates back to the 13th century where its vibrant market built up a reputation for its thriving wool industry during the Middle Ages. Stone cottages and half-timbered houses make this beautiful village a popular filming destination, and numerous films in the Harry Potter franchise have been shot here.
After you’ve explored, promenaded and mused over a mystery, you’ll be whisked away for a two-course lunch at a traditional English pub (food / drink not included)
Your coach will be heading back to London for an arrival time of approximately 10pm (11pm in July and August due to later sunsets). You can take your complimentary walking tour in London at your leisure.
Next stop is another English gem, the Georgian city of Bath. Beautiful architecture, cobbled streets and a rich history make Bath the quintessential English city. Home to both Jane Austen and Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, Bath has attracted many a cultured figure from history drawn to the Roman Bath’s, tea rooms and lush countryside. Take a walk around the city and enjoy its pretty streets while learning about its colourful past.
You’ll be granted exclusive access to the Inner Circle of Stonehenge, getting up close to the 5,000 year old stones, all the better for figuring out the mystery for yourself.
TOUR DEPARTS FROM CENTRAL LONDON AY 10.20AM AND RETURNS APPROX. 10.30PM
*food/drink not included
We can also arrange extra dates for private groups, ideal for couples, families and small groups