Private Day Tour to Stonehenge, Bath and The Cotswolds

London, England (6)




Tour Duration: 600 min

Private Day Tour to Stonehenge, Bath and The Cotswolds

No matter how much a tour guide knows about a particular subject, one of the hardest things to do is to explain our past in a way that is both entertaining and memorable. Whether you are retired and have a lot knowledge about British history or you are a family with children, we guarantee you will leave this tour fascinated to learn more about this magnificent country.

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Private Day Tour to Stonehenge, Bath and The Cotswolds at no additional cost

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Private Day Tour to Stonehenge, Bath and The Cotswolds has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Entrance Fees to Stonehenge and The Roman Baths Museum

Points Of Interest

  • 120 minutes: Our first stop on this tour is Stonehenge. We pride ourselves on being one of the first groups to arrive at the stones, avoiding the busy crowds and big bus tours. As we travel down from London, Oz will bring this magnificent monument to life as we explore all the myths, legends and facts about Stonehenge. Who built it... how did they build it... and why did they build it? Escorting you around the stones, you will truly be a master of Stonehenge after your morning visit.
  • 120 minutes: Just an hour away from Stonehenge, we arrive in the beautiful city of Bath for time to visit the Roman Baths Museum and Bath Abbey. Bath's Roman ruins alongside it's Georgian architechture make it one of the few cities in the world that is a World Heritage Sight. When we depart the city Oz will drive to the northern part of the city to show the magnificent designs of John Wood Senior & Jr, included The Queen's Square, Circus and Royal Crescent.
  • 45 minutes: Our final stop of the day brings us to the cute little village of Lacock. In the heart of the Wiltshire Cotswolds, you will get to enjoy the scenic drive and learn about how the sheep trade once funded an entire area spanning 800 square miles. Villages in this area suffered from advances in textiles and transport throughout the 18th Century, leaving us today with picturesque streets that are often used for film sets. Downton Abbey, Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice are just a few of the popular series/movies that have been filmed in this idyllic location.

Additional Information

  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Specialized infant seats are available
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels