London to Stonehenge Tours

Uncover the mystery behind Stonehenge


Book the best Stonehenge Tour from London by coach with an expert guide, and visit one of the UK's best historical attractions on a single-day trip from London. Take a coach tour directly to Stonehenge for the day or combine your trip with a visit to Windsor, Oxford or the beautiful Bath and its famous Roman ruins. Our special Inner Access Day Tour gives you the chance to walk inside the stone circle itself. Or uncover the mysteries of Stonehenge at your own pace on a private chauffeured tour. Just a few miles outside Salisbury, Stonehenge is the world's most recognisable Neolithic monument and one of its best-preserved. On your trip, you'll uncover the secrets behind this mysterious site. 

On a full-day tour, you'll get access to some of the UK's top sights without buying multiple tickets. From Windsor Castle to the Roman city of Bath, you'll experience the best of British culture and heritage in one trip.

  • Every tour coach comes equipped with free Wi-Fi, USB charging, comfortable seats, air conditioning and one of our expert guides on board.
  • Evan Evans is the best-rated tour operator among our competitors, and you can cancel your tour free of charge.

recommended Stonehenge Day Trips

  • Stonehenge and Bath Tour

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    Step back 5,000 years in time to pre-historic Britain at the world's most famous Neolithic monument and explore the resplendent Georgian city of Bath and its ancient Roman Baths.

  • Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford Tour

    From £69.00

    Visit the Queen's weekend retreat and the ancestral home of the British monarchy before heading off to uncover the mystery of Stonehenge and explore the historic university city of Oxford.



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Where is Stonehenge exactly located?

Stonehenge archaeological site is located on Salisbury Plain, about 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury, in the county of Wiltshire, England.

How far is Stonehenge from London?

Stonehenge is located about 90 miles (145 km) from Central London. 

What are 3 interesting facts about Stonehenge?

Stonehenge is one of the most iconic sites in the UK, if not worldwide. You might already know this Neolithic monument is over 5,000 years old. 

  • The average stone at Stonehenge weighs 25 tonnes

Photos of Stonehenge don’t do it justice. Get up close and personal with this UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you’ll be blown away by the sheer size of the stones. The average vertical pillar weighs 25 tonnes, and the heaviest stone – the Heel Stone – weighs about 30 tonnes.

  • Stonehenge has a longer history than you might expect

Stonehenge was constructed around 2500 BC, which makes it around 5,000 years old. However, the site of Stonehenge was inhabited long before the first stones turned up. Researchers used radiocarbon dating to determine the age of a skeleton buried at the site. According to the results, the site where Stonehenge now lies was inhabited at least 500 years before the enclosure was built.

  • Stonehenge attracts over a million visitors per year

Given its long history and mysterious background, it’s no wonder that Stonehenge is an extremely popular tourist attraction. It was first opened to the public in the 20th century when visitors could walk around and climb on stones. Due to erosion and the protected status of the site, visitors have only been able to view the stones from a distance since 1997. But trust us – the view alone makes Stonehenge well worth a visit.

How long is the Stonehenge tour?

The time allowed to spend at Stonehenge depends on the tour and option selected. 

The Stonehenge Express tour will allow you to spend about two hours at the site. 

However, if you select the Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath tour, the time spent at the site will be shorter and may vary, depending on the tour schedule. 

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