Stonehenge and Lacock National Trust Village Half Day Tour

A half day tour departing from Bath – choose the early departure to beat the Stonehenge crowds!
Departure times from Bath:
09.00, returning 13.00 (until October 28th 2013).
13.15, returning 17.30 (after 29th October departs 12.30, returns 16.45)

If your time is limited in Bath  this tour is an essential. This is your chance to explore one of the world’s most amazing monuments and introduce you to Lacock National Trust Village; one of the most stunning villages in England .

  • We’ve specifically kept our tours small and personal which gives you the opportunity to relax and enjoy this stunning part of England .
  • Our local guides have a wealth of knowledge about the area and will provide you with plenty of information about history, culture, theories and legends.

Our Itinerary

We drive through the beautiful Wiltshire countryside to Stonehenge . This amazing monument was first mentioned as one of the wonders of Britain only seventy years after the Norman Conquest. It has aroused awe and curiosity ever since. This is your chance to experience it for yourself. During the journey to Stonehenge your driver guide will give you commentary on the sites we pass and there is also plenty of information for you to browse through in addition to an audio presentation. This allows you to make the most of your time at the monument. If English is not your first language there are audio presentations at the monument in all major languages (for details visit our page of  other useful web addresses).
On a clear day we get a view of the Westbury White Horse.

Lacock National Trust Village

This wonderful village consists of properties which date from the 13th and 18th centuries. It was once a prosperous woollen town but now it seems like a village trapped in time. There has been no major building here in the last 200 years so you really feel as if you’re stepping back into English history.

If you’re interested in film locations Lacock has been used many times. It became the town of Meriton in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice. The Abbey was also used in the filming of the first two Harry Potter movies. Other film credits for Lacock include Emma, Moll Flanders, Robin of Sherwood/Robin Hood, Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Other Boleyn Girl, Cranford, and The Wolfman. 

The Abbey is not open during winter months. For more details of this National Trust property visit our “Other useful sites” web page.

Our journey time to Stonehenge is under 1 hour and we spend approximately 1 hour at the site. We spend about 30 minutes in Lacock National Trust Village.

This afternoon tour costs £17.50 per person . Children aged 5-12 years are £8.75. Under 5s are £5. We have kept our prices as reasonable as possible and therefore are unable to offer discounts to students or seniors.


The Stonehenge admission fee is not included in the price of the tour and can be paid to your driver to avoid waiting in line and is: £8.00 GB pounds for adults, £7.20 concessions (students with valid card and over 60′s)  £4.80 5-15 years old, under 5′s free and a family ticket £20.80 (we can not buy you a family ticket on the priority entrance scheme). National Trust and English Heritage pass holders free of charge. See the English Heritage website for further details.



To make sure you have a seat on the date you require we highly recommend you book in advance from this website via the booking tab on the left. You can also email [email protected]