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Outdoor Adventure Tours
Anderson Tours specializes in day tours from London to incredible destinations in the UK and Europe and attractions in London and outside London. With daily departures to some of Britain’s finest tourist attractions, such as Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford, Cambridge, Glastonbury, and Dover Castle, there is something to suit everybody.
Stonehenge and Bath tour from London with Stonehenge entry
Discover Stonehenge and the city of Bath on this day trip from London by coach. After departure from London, you’ll head west to the Neolithic circle known as Stonehenge, which has captured people’s imaginations for centuries! When you arrive, there will be approximately 2-2.5 hours of free time to explore the stone circle, the visitor center, and the café at your own pace. After that, you’ll drive through the countryside to the well-loved city of Bath.
Once you arrive, your tour guide will point out some of the most popular sites in the city, and you’ll then be free to explore this incredible city however you want. You may choose to visit the renowned Roman Baths, an ancient site of leisure and healing. You can also visit the Jane Austen Museum, see the Royal Crescent, have a look at Bath Abbey, or visit one of the many quirky shops and cafés that Bath has to offer. It’s a city full of little treasures! After a fun day out, you’ll then depart from Bath and head back to London.
Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise by coach from London
Anderson Outdoor Adventure Tours’ guided tour offers a return shuttle service from central London to Stonehenge (including entrance fees to the site) to watch the sunrise amongst the stones and enjoy the festivities of the summer solstice. Being at Stonehenge for the solstice is a truly memorable experience whether you are a Stonehenge, Neolithic, pagan or history enthusiast.
Or maybe you are just interested in seeing what all the fuss is about! Only twice a year, the rare opportunity to see the sun perfectly aligned with the Heel Stone presents itself. On a clear day, you’ll be able to see the sunshine right through and into the inner circle itself. Every year, lots of people flock to Stonehenge to witness this magical moment that holds an esoteric significance for some.
Stonehenge guided morning tour with special access pass
Be one of the few people who are granted special access inside the inner stone circle of Stonehenge before it opens to the public, followed by a tour of the small city of Salisbury. This tour is perfect for history enthusiasts! After departure from London, you’ll make your way to Stonehenge with special early morning access before the site starts to get busy. You’ll also get exclusive access to the inner circle, where you’ll enjoy a 1-hour guided tour. Learn fascinating information about this renowned stone structure.
After an intimate Stonehenge experience, make your way back to the coach and continue on to Salisbury. Here, your tour guide will take you to Salisbury Cathedral, a Gothic Anglican cathedral built in the first half of the 13th century. Marvel at the tallest church spire in Britain or have a look at an original copy of the Magna Carta, the famous document signed in 1215 that is often cited as a symbol of individual rights and freedoms. After the cathedral visit, you will have enough free time to explore some of Salisbury before heading back to London.
Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath tour from London
If you have limited time but want to make the most of your time in England, this is the perfect tour for you! You’ll leave London behind and go to Windsor Castle, where you can wander through the grand state apartments, see where the heads of state still meet, and see what makes this castle so special. Then, it’s time to head on to the ancient and mysterious Stonehenge and discover why this is one of the most famous landmarks in the UK. The last stop of the day will be Bath, where you’ll enjoy a short walking tour of the city before having time to explore it independently. There are so many things to see that you’ll be spoiled for choice!
Avebury and Stonehenge day tour from London
Leave London behind as you head to the magnificent and mysterious prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury. On this Anderson Outdoor Adventure Tour, your first stop is the tiny village of Avebury, where you’ll enjoy a guided walking tour before having some free time to explore the village and its stone circles at your own pace. You could even head to the Red Lion Pub, which is said to be haunted, and put a spooky twist on your day!
You’ll then head to West Kennet Long Barrow, a large Neolithic burial tomb over 5000 years old, and Silbury Hill, the tallest prehistoric man-made mound in Europe still shrouded in mystery. Your day will end with a visit to the famous and well-preserved stone circle of Stonehenge, where you can explore the site freely.
Stonehenge special access evening tour
Be one of the few people to be granted special access into the inner stone circle of Stonehenge after it has closed to the public! This tour is run by expert guides and is limited to private groups of thirty people or less at a time, making it a truly unforgettable experience for Stonehenge and history enthusiasts.
Then, you’ll head to Avebury, a small village with lesser-known Neolithic stone circles situated close to Stonehenge. Here, you’ll enjoy a walking tour and get the chance to explore the village at your own pace before checking out some other nearby Neolithic landmarks, including Silbury Hill and West Kennet Long Barrow.
- Good news! No extra fees are applied to Anderson Outdoor Adventure Tours’ booking.
- Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 10 days before the experience begins.
- Please be ready at the pick-up point at least 15 minutes before departure time
- Face masks are required to be worn on the coach