Sites that combine well with Stonehenge

We have selected these sites as they complement each other and are geographically suited creating a balanced tour. You can either just visit Stonehenge or go on a Stonehenge Plus tour where you visit Stonehenge plus one other site. Stonehenge and Bath is a popular tour. 

The mystical monument at Stonehenge

This unique and at least 5000 years old mystical stone circle has intrigued people throughout the ages. Find out how it was probably built as a  religious or ceremonial site. Unlock the secrets of the Solstices and marvel at  the feats of labour involved in moving, shaping and erecting these 40-tonne stones. Feel the atmosphere at this unique World Heritage Site.

A Stonehenge only tour costs £650 taking 7 hours. 

City of Bath
the Majestic swep f the Royal Crescent at Bath

The City of Bath's beauty is recognised in its World Heritage Site status. See how the Romans harnessed the natural hot spring and built the Roman Baths, which date back 2000 years. Enjoy great architecture from when Bath city grew in Georgian times. In the 1700s Bath was the place to be. Jane Austen lived, and set some of her stories, in Bath.  

A Stonehenge and Bath   tour costs £895 taking 12 hours.

Windsor Castle
The Round Tower at Windsor Castle

The world's oldest inhabited castle and Queen Elizabeth II's favourite weekend residence. Windsor Castle is a fortress with sumptuous state apartments to visit and admire. St George's Chapel is the burial place of many Kings and Queens of England and home to the highest order of chivalry - see the glorious banners of the Knights of the Garter.

A Stonehenge and Windsor tour costs £745 taking 10 hours.

Salisbury Cathedral
England's tallest spire at Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral is set in a charming Close, has the tallest spire in England and is considered one of the finest medieval buildings in Britain. It has a varied collection of artefacts including a story of love and posion! We will also see one of the original Magna Carta which defined human rights in 1215 and heavily influenced the American Constitution.

A Stonehenge and Salisbury tour costs £750 taking 10 hours.

Old Sarum
Iron Age Hill Fort at Old Sarum

This Iron Age Hill Fort has played an important part in England's history. It has links to the Doomsday Book, a Norman Castle, and Salisbury Cathedral. It was politically significant in the 1800s as it was a “Rotten Borough”. From the ramparts there are fabulous views towards Salisbury and surrounding area. This site makes a great add on to a Stonehenge or Salisbury tour. 

A Stonehenge and Old Sarum tour costs £695 taking 8 hours.

the Radcliffe Camera reading room at Oxford

Famous for its ancient university which dates back to the 1200s, the Colleges of Oxford University shape the bustling city of Oxford. Visit at least one College to find out about student life, and as we walk amongst the honey coloured buildings you will learn about our education system. For Harry Potter fans there are sites to visit and recognise from the films. 

A Stonehenge and Oxford tour costs £755 taking 10 hours.

Hampton Court
Hampton Court Palace viewed fom the gardens

Hampton Court is two palaces in one: the Tudor palace belonged to King Henry VIII and its scale is brought to life when you see how he housed and fed his 400 courtiers. King William III built the grander baroque palace in the 1600s. It was built to impress, especially when the King was conducting State business. The gardens are renowned for their colour, design and history.  

A Stonehenge and Hampton tour costs £735 taking 10 hours.

Europes largest Neolithic stone circle at Avebury

Avebury is Europe's largest Neolithic stone circle. It cuts through Avebury village and the original outer circle of approx. 100 stones encloses two smaller stone circles. You can walk amongst the stones and feel their mysticism.  We can also visit Avebury Manor which dates from the 1500s and where you are encouraged to touch the display items and even lie on the beds.

A Stonehenge and Avebury tour costs £750 taking 10 hours.

Jane Austen's House
The charming house at Chawton where the novelist Jane Austen lived

Jane Austen lived with her mother and sister in the scenic village of Chawton, for the last 8 years of her life. Visit her home, which is now a museum, and see where Jane wrote four of her novels, including Pride and Prejudice. See the table where she wrote her manuscripts. Exhibits chart the ups and downs of her life explaining some of the influences on her writing.

A Stonehenge & Austen tour costs £720 taking 9 hours.

The soaring pillars and ceiling of teh nave at Winchester Cathedral

As the capital of King Alfred’s Wessex and the early capital of Norman Kings, Winchester can lay claim to being the first capital of England. Walk through this charming, historic city to visit the Cathedral that dates back to 1079 and a castle that houses one of the greatest symbols of medieval mythology: King Arthur's Round Table. Jane Austen died and is buried here.


A Stonehenge and Winchester tour costs £750 taking 10 hours.