Bath Stonehenge Salisbury London Tours
Highlights of Bath Stonehenge Salisbury
- Entry to Stonehenge
- Entry to Salisbury Cathedral & See the Magna Carter
- Lunch Included
- Entry to Roman Baths and Pump Room
- Torch Lighting Ceremony at Roman Baths (Except During Summer)
- Luxury Air-Conditioned Coach – Professional Guide
Bath Stonehenge Salisbury
First stop is the mysterious Stonehenge, with its recognisable rocks strangely arranged in a circle on Salisbury Plain. The monument’s true origins are still unknown, so make up your own mind during this visit to the world-famous attraction! You will get up close to the stones for a once in a lifetime experience.
Salisbury and the Magna Carta
See the tallest church spire in the UK during your visit to Salisbury Cathedral and enjoy the picture-perfect area surrounding the church. Check out the legendary Magna Carter that is on display inside Salisbury Cathedral – it’s the best preserved of the four remaining copies. The Magna Carter isn’t the only historical artefact you will see here as the cathedral also houses the world’s oldest working clock!
Lunch is provided on this tour to save you valuable time so that you can explore the sights rather than spending time looking for a restaurant to have your lunch.
The first city in England to be designed an UNESCO World Heritage site; Bath earned the accolade for a reason! The city boasts the famous Roman Baths that inspired its name and beautiful Georgian architecture, from the 15th century Bath Abbey to the romantic Pulteney Bridge. Sitting on the slopes of the River Avon, it’s easy to see why Bath draws so many visitors each year!
The grand entrance to the Roman Baths is jaw-dropping, and you’ll pass through this amazing doorway to begin your visit. The Baths date back to 40AD and still flow with water from Britain’s only natural hot spring. You’ll see the dazzling torch lighting ceremony as dusk falls (not available in summer) and sip Bath’s healing waters in the Pump Room.
Estimated arrival time back in London is around 7.00pm.