Stonehenge Private Viewing, Bath and Lacock

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Sunset at Stonehenge, England
Stonehenge Private Viewing, Bath and Lacock
Price: From 144.89 US$, per person
Duration: 10 hrs

This is your chance to "touch the stones" on an exclusive private viewing of Stonehenge on a day trip from London. Step inside the stone circle at Stonehenge, which is beyond what is normally accessible to the public, for a private visit of the ancient site. Also visit Bath - the beautiful Georgian city, and Lacock - which is a little known picturesque Saxon village.


This is your chance to "touch the stones" on an exclusive private viewing of Stonehenge on a day trip from London. Step inside the stone circle at Stonehenge, which is beyond what is normally accessible to the public, for a private visit of the ancient site. Also visit Bath - the beautiful Georgian city, and Lacock - which is a little known picturesque Saxon village.

Built nearly 5,000 years ago, Stonehenge is the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. Most visitors are not allowed direct access to the stones however on this tour you get that access, with a private viewing of the stones. Enter the stone circle and stand beside the mighty rocks towering above. Your guide will explain the history of this ancient site and there will be time to enjoy the peace, away from the crowds, as you experience Stonehenge at its atmospheric best.

As the sun begins to set, you will enter the stone circle for a unique private viewing. On selected days the tour operates in reverse, beginning with a private viewing of Stonehenge before it opens to the public in the morning, so you see the stones in the eerie morning light.

Lacock Village is a picturesque village dating back to the Saxon era. The village has provided the setting for many movies and television dramas including Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, and more recently Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. Take a walk before enjoying an early evening supper* (breakfast for morning tours*) in The George, a vintage English pub built in 1361.

Bath, a world heritage site, is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Visit Bath Abbey, or shop and explore. Your guide will offer an optional walking tour to show you where Charles Dickens lived and worked as a young man. Enter the Roman Baths, where over one million litres of boiling water still burst free from the hot springs everyday.



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