Stonehenge & Bath

A warm welcome to our group travel

to Stonehenge and Bath!



On this tour you will visit two amazing places:


  1. The World Heritage site Stonehenge and
  2. The World Heritage city of Bath.


What Is Included In Tour Price?

  • Return Travel
  • Free map
  • Free guided walking tour of Bath
  • Entrance to Stonehenge with free audio guide
  • Free time for sights, shops & museums


Who build Stonehenge?


Well…that we don’t know yet. Maybe we will find out on the trip!

On this trip the entrance will be included in your ticket price. When you enter you will also get an audio-guide given for free in what ever language you prefer. Toilets, souvenirs, food and drinks are available at the site. 

Stonehenge is a UN World Heritage Site and one of the oldest prehistoric sites in Europe!  The site was first started in 3100BC and was in use until 300AD, almost 3500 years. 

You are able to walk around the stones while listening to your audio guide that tells you more about the history of the stones. There is also a new visitor centre exhibition to learn more about this incredible landmark. Please make sure you are back on board the coach at the correct time.




Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK to see and you can learn about its Roman history and the founding of its Roman Bath complex (extra charge), and the cities rebirth in Georgian times and its triumph of architecture in the beautiful Royal Crescent.

Also see the only bridge in the UK and one of three in the world that has buildings on both sides. River boat tours are available most of the year and there is also the Jane Austen Centre for fans of her books. Many religious buildings such as Bath Abbey are available to visit and free or just ask for donations for entry. There are many street entertainers in the city centre and many shops of all types and of course many restaurants or cafes.


Places you can visit while in Bath


Roman Bath Complex


BathMost of the students are scorching to check out theRoman Baths complex. The house is a well-preserved Roman site with baths and a temple, full of historical interest. The Roman Baths themselves are below the modern street level.

There are four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Museum holding finds from the Roman Bath. The buildings above street level date from the 19th century and include the Pump Rooms. Entrance fee: £11.


Jane Austen Centre


The Jane Austen fans attention please! The Centre at 40 Gay Street is an ongoing exhibition which tells the story of her Bath experience – the effect that visiting and living in the city had on her and her writing.

Austen is one of the greatest writers of the 18th and 19th century with novels such as Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion. Entrance fee: £5.95



Sally Lunns Tea Rooms



Sally Lunns is the most historic and oldest house in the city of Bath and much more than that. A world famous tea and eating house in the centre of the wonderful city of Bath!

The kitchen museum shows the actual kitchen used by the young Huguenot baker Sally Lunn in Georgian Bath to create the first Bath bun.


Victoria Art Gallery


Free public art gallery (though some exhibitions may charge entry) featuring over 1500 paintings, sculpture and decorative arts.

The building was designed in 1897 by John McKean Brydon, and has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.It houses over 1500 objects of art including a collection of oil paintings from British artists dating from 1700 onwards.

Holburne Museum


Holborn Museum

Features fine and decorative arts and has free entry. Next to the museum is Sydney Gardens, a favourite place to walk for Jane Austen who set part of her novel Northanger Abbey in the surrounding area.

The city’s first public art gallery, the Grade I listed building, is home to fine and decorative arts built around the collection of Sir William Holburne.




Bath Abbey


Bath AbbeyThe Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, commonly known as Bath Abbey, is an Anglican parish church and a former Benedictine Monastery in Bath.

Founded in the 7th century, reorganised in the 10th century and rebuilt in the 12th and 16th centuries, it is one of the largest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in the West Country. Cost – Donations accepted.




(All times are approximate and may vary on the day depending on circumstances and are given as a guideline)

Stonehenge arrival or Bath arrival will depend on your departure region and varies in order and timing.

Stonehenge will be on average 90 minute stay but possibly more or less time depending on where you are leaving from. Bath stay on average 1 – 2 hours until departure.


Both locations are important historical and archaeological sites that provide insights into ancient life in the UK and since they are within easy driving distance of London, they make a wonderful option for a day out. 

Would you like to take your group to Stonehenge and Bath? Send us an email and we will make it happen!


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