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Journey back in time to discover Stonehenge, probably the most sophisticated stone circle in the world. Our hop-on hop-off tour picks up in Salisbury city centre, Salisbury Railway Station and runs to Old Sarum, through the beautiful Wiltshire...more
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We had a wonderful time there admiring it and taking photos. It was crowded. Probably because of low season. We were lucky to have blue sky that day. My family of 3 booked the tour through Headout. Its tour operator is Golden Tours. Thumbs up...More
Thought we would stop on the way home from the Glastonbury Festival of Light and go and see Stone Henge. Parking was ok even thought it was busy, looked the the fee prices, £28pp! Sorry, didnt bother - way more than we expected, we just...More
I joined English Heritage as a result of my first visit to Stonehenge when you parked near the then visitors centre and just walked through the tunnel to the stones. I really liked it then, and the henge is still a great structure to see....More
After taking the train from London to Salisbury, it was easy to walk over to the tavern next to the train station to store our luggage for the day, then hop on the bus to Stonehenge. The ride was pleasant and the audio tour was...More
My teen and I didn't have a car so we walked from the cathedral over to Canal Street to catch the tour bus. The stop is obviously marked - look for the green stonehenge tour sign & not the red bus stops. I didn't have...More
First of all I would highly recommend the Stonehenge tour. It is a nice way to explore surroundings of Salisbury. You can take a bus excursion from Salisbury railway station for 30£. It is better to buy a ticket from a driver. I thought it...More
Though considered to be a great pre-historic site, the place is not really exciting. We can see great manmade rock formations set is a nice pattern. But beyond that there is no much information.
But a good place to spend couple of hours.
I was doing a solo day trip to Bath and wanted to finish the day at Stonehenge before heading back to London, i hadn't booked tickets to this tour, got out of the station, waited for the bus and was able to purchase the ticket...More
Response from Crystal C | Reviewed this property |
No Company is needed if you cn find your way to Salisbury by train, the Stonehenge buses awaits passengers right at the station"s exit and cannot be missed as they have Stonehenge tastefully written all across the bus