This half day tour  takes in two extraordinary sites: the beautiful Cathedral City of Salisbury and Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. (Between April and October this tour starts in Bath and finishes in Salisbury. During winter months the tour returns to Bath).
For onward travel to London we can drop you right at Salisbury train station. There are also some bus connections from Salisbury to Heathrow. 

We also offer this tour as a full day tour to Stonehenge, Salisbury & Cotswold villages. See details here

8:30 am - 2 pm start and return to Bath (1st Nov - 1st April)
*(from 1st April 2020 this tour will start from Bath at 08:30 and finish with drop-off in Salisbury at 12:30).
Adult: £47    Senior/Student: £45    Child:£35   Infant: £15 (including Stonehenge admission)

Adult: £32    Senior/Student: £32    Child:£25   Infant: £15 (excluding Stonehenge admission)
*Free admission to Stonehenge with English Heritage or National Trust membership card.
*Seniors = over 65. Students must present valid student card.


Stonehenge: Step back in time as you enter the prehistoric site of Stonehenge. Built more than 5,000 years ago, this ancient Neolithic monument continues to inspire mystery and awe today. Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors and explore the world-class exhibition, visitor centre and cafe.

We can drop you directly at Salisbury train station around 12 midday or you can enjoy a leisurely exploration of this beautiful historic city. Exploring the town you will discover a delightful array of shops, restaurants and cafes. Salisbury farmers’ market is held on the first and third Wednesday of each month.

Salisbury Cathedral can boast Britain’s tallest spire (404 feet/123 metres) and the world’s oldest working clock but its story begins 2,500 years ago when an iron age fort was built on Salisbury Hill about 2 miles north of the modern town centre. It is also home to the finest of four original 1215 Magna Carta manuscripts, housed within the 13th century Chapter House, at the heart of a permanent interactive exhibition. (See below for Chapter House opening times to see the Magna Carta). The Cathedral Close is an oasis of calm. Other treasures include the National Trust’s Mompesson House, The Salisbury Museum, Arundells (home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath), The Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum and Sarum College.


We also offer this tour as a full day tour to Stonehenge, Salisbury & Cotswold villages. See details here