Over 5,000 years of history is waiting to be discovered by us at the site of our first stop, the prehistoric site at Stonehenge.
Built on the windswept Salisbury Plain by our Neolithic ancestors, Stonehenge is a site that has courted controversy and stirred opinion for hundreds of years.
Explore over 250 ancient objects on display at the world-class visitor centre. Discover the tools and everyday objects of Neolithic life, and come face-to-face with a 5,500-year-old man and ancient human remains.
Decipher the mystery of Stonehenge using an interactive audio guide exclusive to Evan Evans. Learn who built it and why, as well as how it was constructed using rudimentary equipment made of wood and stone.
As we depart Stonehenge for our next destination, you will leave knowing the answers to these questions, plus many more.
As we enjoy a scenic journey from Stonehenge to Bath, your expert guide for the day will provide you with an overview of the history of the city and its most famous sights.
Here you can choose to either enter the Roman Baths or enjoy free time to explore the city - the choice is yours!
At the Roman baths, you will have the opportunity to visit one of the most famous and important Roman sites in Europe. You'll learn all about the history of the Baths, from its origins as a temple dedicated to the goddess Sulis Minerva, to its eventual development into a bathing complex.
On display are thousands of Roman objects that have been found on-site over the years. These include the Haruspex stone and a gilt bronze head of the goddess Sulis Minerva, one of the best-known objects from Roman Britain.
Alternatively, spend your time in Bath exploring a city that has plenty to offer visitors.
Culture vultures will love the veritable treasure chest of museums and galleries, including The Jane Austen Centre dedicated to Britain's most famous author.
Take a stroll through the city and admire the stunning Georgian architecture, including the impressive Circus and Royal Crescent. The architecture in Bath is just one of the reasons it is the only city in the UK that's a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Unwind in one of the city's many parks and beautifully landscaped gardens, or enjoy a traditional afternoon tea next to the Pulteney Bridge overlooking the River Avon.
*If you would like to include a visit to the Roman Baths, please select the tour including entrances in the booking panel on the right-hand side.
Tour Starts: 8.30am, Victoria Coach Station (boarding commences at 8.00am)
Tour Finishes: approx 7.00pm, Victoria Train Station
Entrance to Stonehenge is included in the tour price. Roman Baths are only included when choosing the 'entrance included' option.
Due to over-running roof renovations at Victoria Coach Station, there may be some variation on the scheduled departure time. Thank you for your understanding during this time.