Best Stonehenge Tours from London

Updated: 6 abril 2023

The following post will provide details about organized coach tours from central London to Stonehenge, a Neolithic monument and Unesco World Heritage site.

It's arguably the most famous site in England and all of Britain, welcoming over 1.3 million visitors a year. We include tours that also cover other popular attractions, with all options as day trips.


If you want to visit Stonehenge from central London on a coach tour, there are several different services to consider. 

While some tour companies offer half-day tours to the stone circle, others provide combo packages with additional attractions that are full-day tours.

Stonehenge Tours from London Golden Tours

Each organized Stonehenge tour includes admission fees and an audio-guided walking tour with information about the prehistoric monument as well as transportation to and from the historic UK site. 

Some Stonehenge tours will also provide additional stops at notable locations and highlights along the way, including the following examples:

In addition to these historical landmarks and attractions, you might also have an opportunity for guided walking tours in locations such as Oxford or Bath.

If you’re looking for an extra special trip to Stonehenge, you may want to consider going to either a sunrise or sunset opening.

This opportunity is very limited and a bit more costly, but it’s also an excellent way to avoid crowds, and a unique option to explore the mysteries of Stonehenge.

No matter how you choose to get to Stonehenge or whatever else you may want to see in the area, you can expect Stonehenge tickets to range from £50-£130.


There are several tours available in London that will provide transportation to and from Stonehenge and Salisbury Plains over the course of a half-day outing.

Bus Tours from London to Stonehenge

The cost of entry (£20/adult) to Stonehenge and the visitor centre is typically included with each of these day trips, and most tour companies will also offer an audio guide with information about the landmark.

Audio tours are usually available via smartphone in at least 5-10 different languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Polish, Japanese, Dutch, and Mandarin.

While some Stonehenge coach tours last for up to 7 hours, others are as short as 5 hours in duration. You will usually be given at least 1 ½ - 2 hours at the attraction.

These excursions are often available once in the morning and once in the afternoon, making it easy to fit into your schedule.

Here are a few of the more popular coach tour options to choose from:

Premium Tours

  • Duration: 6-7 hours
  • Availability: Morning/Afternoon
  • Prices: £62/Adults | £59/Seniors | £52/Kids

Golden Tours

  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Availability: Morning/Afternoon
  • Prices: £58/Adults | £57/Seniors, Students | £55/Kids

Evan Evans Tours

  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Availability: Morning
  • Prices: £59/Adults | £57/Seniors, Students | £54/Kids

As you can see, ticket prices are typically between £55-£65 per person no matter which service you choose.

If you’re curious about other options, make sure to check this list of Stonehenge tours from London.


If you’re interested in seeing more than just Stonehenge, there are several combo packages that include additional attractions.

Most of these services offer trips to nearby locations such as Windsor Castle, Oxford, Bath, and other popular destinations.

Depending on which package you choose, your outing could last anywhere from 10-12 hours on average, so these are full-day tours.

You’ll usually have at least 1-2 hours to explore each location on your day trip.

Ticket prices range from £60 to £130, so combining these day trips can actually be a great way to save money if you plan to visit more than one notable site in the area.

Stonehenge, Windsor, and Bath

  • £129/Adults | £119/Children | £124/Seniors and Students
  • Availability: Daily at 8 am
  • Duration: 10-11 hours
  • Includes admission to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, the beautiful Georgian architecture, and the ancient Roman Baths in the city of Bath.
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

Stonehenge and Bath

  • £85/Adults | £75/Children | £82/Seniors and Students
  • Availability: Friday - Monday, Wednesday at 8:15 am
  • Duration: 11 hours
  • Includes entrance to Stonehenge and a visit to the city of Bath.
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

Stonehenge, Windsor, and Oxford

  • £107/Adults | £97/Children | £104/Seniors and Students
  • Availability: Daily at 8 am
  • Duration: 11.5 hours
  • Includes entrance to Stonehenge and Windsor Castle, as well as a walking tour of Oxford.
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

Stonehenge, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cotswolds and Bath

  • £111/Adults | £101/Children | £108/Seniors and Students
  • Availability: Sunday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 7:45 am
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Includes entry to Stonehenge, free time to explore the ancient Roman baths and pump room the city of Bath, a view of the Cotswolds, and a private tour of Shakespeare's school.
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Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, Bath, and Lacock

  • £129/Adults | £119/Children | £126/Seniors and Students
  • Availability: Thursday - Monday at 7:45 am
  • Duration: 12.5 hours
  • Includes entrance to Stonehenge and Windsor Castle
  • Includes a panoramic walking tour of Bath
  • Includes a stop in the village of Lacock
  • Includes a traditional pub lunch
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

For more details about each of your options, please look at this full list of Stonehenge day trips which include additional attractions in England.


Whether you’d like to beat the crowd or see this landmark after dark, there are alternatives to seeing Stonehenge during normal opening hours.

You can even visit during the summer solstice.

These opportunities are usually included with special combo packages with additional stops at locations such as Oxford and Windsor Castle.

Although you have to pay a bit more for these outings, it may be worth the higher price tag for a chance to see Stonehenge outside of normal hours.

Each outing that includes early or late Stonehenge openings will last an entire day, so you should plan on setting aside enough time for this activity.

Most options give you the opportunity to walk inside the stone circle alongside a licensed tour guide.

Here are 2 top options. For more options, click here.

Early Stonehenge Trip w/ Salisbury Cathedral

  • Tickets: £135/Adults | £119/Kids
  • Includes private viewing of Stonehenge Circle
  • Includes Entrance to Salisbury Cathedral
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

Late Stonehenge Trip w/ Avebury & West Kennet Long Barrow

  • Tickets: £135/Adults | £119/Kids
  • Includes private viewing of Stonehenge Circle
  • Includes walking tour of Avesbury
  • Includes visit to West Kennet Long Barrow
  • Purchase tickets or learn more.

Neither late nor early openings take place very often at Stonehenge, so tickets for this service can sell out very quickly.

If you want to take advantage of this opportunity, make sure to purchase your tickets well ahead of time.

For more options, click here.


About The Author

Stephen Pickhardt

Stephen is the CEO of Free Tours by Foot and has overseen the transformation of a local walking tour company into a global tour community and traveler’s advice platform. He has personally led thousands of group tours in the US and Europe, and is an expert in trip planning and sightseeing, with a focus on budget travelers. Stephen has been published and featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Yahoo,, and more.
Updated: abril 6th, 2023
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