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» Private Guided Tours of Stonehenge from Bath

Guide at Stonehenge Discover the history, mystery and culture of Stonehenge and and its people. Your private Driver-Guide will have enormous knowledge of the site and surrounding region. You may have a special interest in burial chambers, the construction of Stonehenge, the purpose and culture of the people that built the henge. Your guide will tailor the tour to match your special interests of the site, and be delighted to explore theories, philosophies and evidence with you. After traveling thousands of miles to England to experience Stonehenge, make the journey truly worth while with a professional Driver-Guide.

All of our guides are professionally trained Blue Badge guides and aim to make sure that you and your friends have the best possible day touring the Stonehenge and the region, whatever the weather. Every tour of Stonehenge is tailored to match your personal requirements. This service is perfect for individuals, small groups, families and vip travelers.

We have expert local guides who will collect you from Bath (Hotel or the railway station) and take you to Stonehenge

With most tours to Stonehenge you will be part of the mainstream commercialised tourism industry. You'll be at Stonehenge probably 45 minutes, at most an hour before you're whisked off to somewhere else totally unconnected.

Independently it can be frustrating, Stonehenge is remote, facilities frugal and a whole host of interesting sights nearby unexplained

Our enthusiastic guides will immerse you in the subject, not bombard you with a monologue of facts. You will be encouraged to touch and feel the stones, experience natural energy forces and ley lines and really get into the mindset of our ancestors who over 3,000 years ago were creating this astounding environment.

This is an experience you will not forget, and astoundingly you can have a personalised hands on tour with such an enthusiastic local authority for much less than a standard packaged tour.

Travel from London by train and be met at Salisbury Station by your guide or if you are a group we will arrange a bus with pickup from your hotel.
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Stonehenge Private Access Tours

For those of you who have not visited this sacred site, we should mention that the complex is roped off. Visitors observe the stones from a distance and are not permitted within the temple complex..........special access tours allow you to be amongst the stones and to actually touch them.
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The Wessex area

The area around Stonehenge is referred to as Wessex, a part of England which has attracted people for thousands of years from what is now mainland Europe. Originally hunter gatherers they settled and a structured self governing society emerged.
It was during this period from approximately 6,000 years ago that increasingly sophisticated monuments appeared in the landscape. Causewayed enclosures, long barrows, henges and, eventually Stonehenge and Avebury were created.

Wessex became the cradle of our civilisation and home of the legendary King Arthur and the Round Table, Alfred the Great and his grandson Athelston, both of whom have been referred to as the King of All England, a title later attributed to Alfred’s great-grandson Edgar who was crowned as such in Bath Abbey on 11 May AD 973.

It is the land of myth and legend and of the great novelists Thomas Hardy and Jane Austen whose works are regularly adapted in films and on television.

A land of chalk hills, upland valleys, brilliant countryside and coastline, historic market towns and ancient villages, romantic gardens and beautiful country houses only a short distance from London.

Other Attractions 'worth visiting' in the Stonehenge area

High rolling chalk downs and exquisite valleys create a diversity and beauty of landscape which gives rise to Wiltshires reputation as the county of chalk and cheese.

It is also the ‘Gateway to the West Country’ and enigmatic home of Stonehenge, Avebury, White Horses and Crop Circles.

Tales of these special places, their history, myths and legends are brought alive and will move the visitor to return again and again to find out more.

Silbury Hill Silbury Hill
Silbury Hill is the largest man made mound in Europe. Carbon dating suggests that Silbury Hill was built around 2500 BC. Nobody really knows why it was built.
West Kennet Long Barrow
Built in around 3400 BC, and used by a whole community for at least a thousand years. This is a Neolithic tomb you can actually enter today and experience. Built before the pyramids and the henges like nearby Avebury and Stonehenge.
Avebury Stone Circle
Your first experience of a stone henge in the picturesque village of Avebury. Avebury is one of the finest and largest Neolithic monuments in Europe dating to around 5000 years ago. It is older than the megalithic stages of Stonehenge, which is located about 32 km (20 miles) to the south. This is a world Heritage site but unlike Stonehenge there is free access to the stones,
Old Sarum Castle Old Sarum Hillfort
The mighty Iron Age hill fort was where the first cathedral once stood and the Romans, Normans and Saxons have all left their mark. This is one of the most important archeological site in Britain and featured in Edward Rutherford's book 'Sarum'
Glastonbury Tor The Isle of Avalon - Glastonbury
Known as the 'new age capital' of Britain. Glastonbury is wreathed in history and mystery. Climb the Isle of Avalon, visit the Chalice Well Gardens and Glastonbury Abbey - the reputed burial site of King Arthur. Glastonbury can be combined with Stonehenge and Avebury making a truly magical day tour
Crop Circle Tours Wiltshire Crop Circles
Wiltshire has the highest concentration of Crop Circles in the world and the highest number of UFO sightseeings in Europe. Each year 100's of mysterious patterns appear in the farmers growing crops. Join a guided tour into the unknown and see some of the best formations this summer
Lacock Village Lacock Village and the Wilsthire Cotswolds
The southernmost tip of the Cotswolds incorporates a small number of Wiltshire’s most picturesque villages which share the characteristics, architecture and industrial history of that area. Lacock has been a settlement since Saxon times and used for numerous film settings.
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury and Salisbury Cathedral
A beautiful and magical medieval city full of character and history overlooked by its magnificent Gothic Cathedral, the tallest and most splendid of churches in England. Salisbury’s world renowned 13 century Gothic Cathedral, the tallest medieval church in Europe, standing in the largest Cathedral Close in England.
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Stonehenge Tour options

Stonehenge Coach Tours Stonehenge Coach Tours departing from London
Guided sightseeing tours operate daily tours to the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge and the beautiful Georgian City of Bath, with options to include a visit to Windsor Castle, Avebury Stone Circle and even Glastonbury. Click here for list of tours
Award Winning Salisbury Guided Tours.  Bespoke personalised tours of Stonehenge from London, Bath or Salisbury Private Stonehenge bespoke guided tours departing from London
Our personalised service gives you the ultimate freedom and flexibility without the worry of driving so you can all relax and enjoy the day. Our tour planning department are always pleased to help you plan your itinerary to give you the best possible experience. Click here for details
Salisbury guided tours Private Stonehenge bespoke guided tours departing from Salisbury
Our personalised service gives you the ultimate freedom and flexibility without the worry of driving so you can all relax and enjoy the day. Our tour planning department are always pleased to help you plan your itinerary to give you the best possible experience. Click here for details
Private Stonehenge bespoke guided tours departing from Bath City
Our personalised service gives you the ultimate freedom and flexibility without the worry of driving so you can all relax and enjoy the day. Our tour planning department are always pleased to help you plan your itinerary to give you the best possible experience. Click here for details
Stoneheneg Inner Circle Tours Stonehenge Inner Circle Tours
Go beyond the fences, after the site is closed to the public. Stonehenge 'special access' tours allow you to expeience the 'real' Stonehenge at sunset or sunrise. These special tours depart from central London or can be organised by means of a 'private' tour. Click here for details
Stonehenge coach tours Tour Operators who offer guided tours of Stonehenge
There are numerous operators offering guided tours of Stonehenge and nearbty attractions (some better than others) Here are a list of 'approved' companies and a list of the various tour options they offer. Tours can depart from London, Bath or Salisbury. Click here for full details

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Stonehenge. Mystery surrounds this 5,000 year old monument in the centre of the World Heritage Site. Visit this prehistoric South West site and decide for yourself whether Stonehenge was a place of sun worship, a healing sanctuary, a sacred burial site, or something different altogether!