Stonehenge and Lacock
In this tour of 5 hours bus you can know the main scene of different films and television series such as Harry Potter, Downtown Abbey and Pride and Prejudice. You will also visit the mysterious and historical stone game of Stonehenge. The starting and ending point will be at the Abbey Hotel.
- Visit Lacock National Trust Village.
- Take amazing pictures of Stonehenge.
- Learn the history narrated by a local guide.
Related places and things to do
The meeting point will be in front of the Abbey Hotel on Terrace Walk at 9:00 AM where you will meet the local guide and start this trip to the outskirts of Bath. You will start the journey through the beautiful Wiltshire countryside to Stonehenge.
During all the way, the guide will give you explanations about all the scenarios that you will be going through and once you arrive at Stonehenge, the first point you will know will be Durrington Walls, where there are approximately 100 stones of 4500 years of antiquity.
Then, you'll meet Woodhenge, which consisted of six concentric rings of wooden poles inside a bank and a trench. You will board the bus again to travel to the beautiful villas of Lacock. This town consists of properties dating from the thirteenth and eighteenth centuries. The tour will end at the same meeting point.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||45.00 (GBP)|
|Children (from 4 to 15 years old)||33.00 (GBP)|
- Stonehenge entrance ticket.
- Tour transportation.
- Local guide.
- Drinks and lunch.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much time will we spend in each location?
Drive time from Bath to Stonehenge 60 minutes
Stonehenge 120 minutes (including Visitor Centre)
(photo stop at Durrington Walls Superhenge and Woodhenge by request)
Drive time from Stonehenge to Lacock 45 minutes
Lacock National Trust village 60 minutes
Drive time back to Bath 30 minutes
N.B. All timings are approximate and for guidance only.
What is and isn’t included in the tour
Food and drinks are not included in the price of the tour. Refreshments can be purchased at various stops during the tour or you can bring food with you. We ask passengers to please refrain from eating and drinking on the bus.
Entrance to Lacock Abbey is optional and an entrance fee is charged. *Free admission to National Trust card holders. Lacock Abbey is not open during winter months. For more details of this National Trust property visit our "Other useful sites" web page.