Private Stonehenge Tours
Stonehenge is England’s best-known prehistoric monument, and for many visitors, it’s a monument not to be missed.
Depending on how much time you wish to spend, we can call in at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre to see the fascinating exhibition and the replica prehistoric houses. We can walk across the Stonehenge Landscape to see the burial mounds and the Cursus. Back in the car, we can drive to Durrington Walls and Woodhenge to see the sites of further exciting archaeological discoveries.
And again depending on the pace that you prefer, we can add one or possibly two more visits into the day.
All tours are by car, for up to 6 people, with your own private driver-guide. Tour prices range between £585-£875.
Stonehenge & Windsor Castle
An official residence of the Her Majesty the Queen, Windsor Castle is steeped in history and filled with beautiful works of art. As well as the magnificent State Apartments, you will see Queen Mary’s Dolls House.
Stonehenge & Salisbury
Visit the beautiful 13th century Salisbury cathedral, with its soaring spire. In the Chapter House you can see one of the original copies of Magna Carta. It would also be possible to visit Old Sarum, the original settlement site, on the outskirts of Salisbury.
Stonehenge & Bath
Bath is one of the most beautiful & historic cities in England. It is best known for its Roman Baths, its fine 18th century architecture, and its association with the novelist Jane Austen.
Stonehenge & Avebury
A prehistoric day – see the enormous stone circle at Avebury, the manmade Silbury Hill, the Neolithic tomb known as West Kennet Long Barrow, and one of the famous Wiltshire White Horse hill figures.
Stonehenge & Stourhead Landscape Garden
An 18th century landscape with a picturesque lake, classical temples (you might recognise one from the Keira Knightley film ‘Pride and Prejudice’), grottos and exotic trees – in fact the finest example of the English Landscape style of garden.
Stonehenge & Winchester
Once the capital of England, Winchester has a fine cathedral which is the burial place of the writer Jane Austen. In the photo you can see Antony Gormley’s Sound II in the cathedral crypt. The legendary King Arthur’s Round Table can be seen in Winchester Great Hall.
Stonehenge & Wilton House
Wilton House is the home of the Earl of Pembroke. It is famous for its architecture, stunning interiors, art collections and beautiful gardens. This visit is dependent on opening dates and times.
Stonehenge & the Heale Garden
A charming garden on the banks of the River Avon, one for garden-lovers. As it’s only just outside Salisbury, you might like to go on to visit the cathedral. This visit is dependent on opening dates and times.
…. or Stonehenge & Southampton Cruise Terminal See Stonehenge, and enjoy a country pub lunch if time allows. Return to London, or to your cruise ship at Southampton.
Stonehenge & the Bombay Sapphire Gin Distillery
Visit the Bombay Sapphire Gin Distillery on the banks of Hampshire’s River Test. This world-famous gin is made in buildings that once housed the mill that made paper for our banknotes.
There are some lovely pubs nearby for lunch.