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Stonehenge Tours From London

With your Stonehenge tours from London, visit the monument that was first erected some 6000 years ago and continues to be a whimsical mystery. Stonehenge has cast a spell over the world ever since its inception. Discover this mysterious attraction along with Bath and Windsor Castle tours from London to make the most of your itinerary. This is as good as it gets!
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Our tips for Stonehenge

  • Pre-book, always! This wonder of the world attracts many visitors, so booking London to Stonehenge Tours and tickets in advance is essential to guarantee admission.
  • Don’t ditch the visitor center. The site’s vast visitor center provides context and will ground your Stonehenge day tour, holding a treasure trove of ancient artifacts.
  • Solstice, anyone? The summer and winter solstices in late June and December see crowds of up to 35,000 gather around Stonehenge for sunset and sunrise. Free admission coupled with the amazing community spirit makes these solstices a great time for Stonehenge sightseeing.
  • Explore combos. Popular tourist spots like Bath and Windsor are less than an hour or so from Salisbury. It is recommended to buy a combo tour to save more bang for your buck!

Good to know

Touted as one of the most famous and remarkable UNESCO World Heritage sites, Stonehenge remains an ethereal creation whose mystery remains vastly unknown. Modern calculations estimate that the three phases of construction of the monument took more than thirty million hours of labor, and the transportation of the masses of colossal rocks across mountains and rivers was an almost unbelievable feat for humans in prehistoric times.

However, in 2013, the archaeologists concluded that it has been a burial ground. The stone circle consisting of 56 pits has also been known to hold posts. Another theory suggests that it was used by our ancestors to tell time.

The largest stones, known as Sarsens, measure up to 30 feet and weigh around 25 tonnes on average. The smaller ones are called bluestones and weigh about 4 tons. Theories suggest that these stones have been quarried from as far as 140 miles.

These ruins attract more than one million visitors every year, but visitors are allowed to view them from a distance due to the erosion of these stones.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Stonehenge?

    July to mid-September is jam-packed here, so hedge your bets and organize your day trips for the months of April to June when the weather remains pleasant, too. Arriving in the early mornings or late afternoons means you will miss the worst crowds.

  • Q: What amenities can I expect in the Stonehenge bus tour from London?

    You can expect transfers in a comfortable luxury AC coach along with free Wi-Fi on your Stonehenge bus tour from London.

  • Q: What are the opening hours of Stonehenge?

    Stonehenge is open daily from 9:30 am to 5 pm.

  • Q: Where is Stonehenge located?

    It is located at Salisbury SP4 7DE, United Kingdom. It is around 10 miles away from London and will take approximately 45 minutes to reach there.

  • Q: What facilities are available at Stonehenge?

    You can avail of facilities like basic toilets, car parking and eateries around Stonehenge.

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