Archaeologist Tour of Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral and Avebury
This feature-packed archaeological tour takes in the iconic stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury and a delightful break in the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury. Leaving from London by luxury bus, this Stonehenge tour will explore its iconic standing stones with expert analysis by a trained archaeologist. Nearby Avebury is an even more impressive site, covering a much wider area and you will also encounter Neolithic burial tombs and the less visited ancient site of Woodhenge. Midday is spent in the Medieval city of Salisbury, home to the finest example of Early English Gothic Architecture, Salisbury Cathedral.
Archaeologist Tour of Stonehenge, Bath and Avebury
Walk the paths of ritual specialists and builders of Britain's most fascinating and awe-inspiring prehistoric sites, at Stonehenge and Avebury.
From Bath to Stonehenge, Cotswold Villages and Avebury Stone Circles
Stone circles, stunning Cotswold villages and film locations - See it all in one day.
Stonehenge, Oxford and Avebury Tour
A magnificent and great value young person’s backpacker day tour to Oxford, Stonehenge and Avebury including entrance cost at Stonehenge.
Stonehenge, Avebury, Lacock – Small Group Tour
Imagine what it feels like to stand within this giant stone circle of Stonehenge as the sun goes down. This prehistoric site of Stonehenge is situated in between Salisbury and Amesbury. Enjoy a one hour private entry and viewing of the stone circle away from the public.
Stonehenge Evening Inner Circle Tour with Avebury
We begin our tour with a visit to Avebury and enjoy a short walking tour of the three stone circles and free time to explore this tiny village. Next we stop at Silbury Hill and walk up to West Kennet Long Barrow where your guide will show you the burial chambers.
Salisbury, Avebury, Stonehenge – Small Group Day Tour
Departing London we travel back to a landscape that has played witness to every aspect of Britain's history, a history that has helped shaped these islands, from the Stone Age to the Romans, from the Medieval to the Victorians.