Special Christmas Stonehenge Inner Circle VIP Tour
VIP Special Stonehenge with Inner Circle access of the Stones
Our first stop is Stonehenge for your VIP special stone inner circle viewing and you will be in the stone circle for the actual sunrise at 8.10 Sunrise, a unique and amazing experience.
Stonehenge very much restrict the inner circle tours to preserve the ground of the inner circle area. They only allow these tours a few days a month, some months of the year and this tour is the only available with all operators that includes the inner circle experience during the busy festive Christmas period.
This is a very popular tour and will sell out quickly, so we recommend booking as early as possible.
This is a small group tour of only 26 passengers who will enjoy a full hour in the stone circle as opposed to regular inner circle tours, that have 60 passengers and only half an hour in the stone circle.
Your renowned local expert guide will bring to life this ore inspiring ancient UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy the tranquil intimacy of just 26 in the stone circle for sunrise, away from the regular day time crowds, truly magical.
Famous Lacock in the beautiful Cotswolds
This is rare treat to visit historic Lacock in the stunning Cotswolds, that has remained unchanged for hundreds of years. It is literally stepping back in time to actually experience first-hand the atmospheric history of this unique village in person.
You may well find much of this village rather familiar as Lacock is regularly used for filming of period drams and films and also the famous cloisters in Harry Potter. You may also particularly remember if for the epic Pride and Prejudice.
You will also have plenty of time to visit one of the traditional 17th century pubs and enjoy a local beer, or perhaps a traditional pub lunch, both of which we highly recommend you try.
Closely related to Stonehenge is the largest stone circle in Europe at Avebury. This is based on the stunning Marlborough Downs where the large Sarsen stones you will have found at Stonehenge were extracted from, along with the smaller Blue stones that came all the way from the Preseli Mountains in West Wales.
We recommend you enhance your visit there and source on-line beforehand aerial pictures of the Avebury Stone circle. These clearly show how the stones and Neolithic henge are set out and form the stone circle, which will make it all come to life when you are inside the stone circle there.
There is also plenty of time to explore Avebury village at the stones, with beautiful thatched cottages, ancient church and a famous haunted pub with indoor well.
Close by to Avebury you will see fascinating Silbury Hill and ancient hill side chalk figures.
All in all an amazing day out including so many unique experiences that you will remember and talk about for years to come. Don’t miss out on this unique Christmas Experience.