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Private Tour to Stonehenge and Bath From London

The Roman Baths Museum

Tailored Tours Welcomes You On Your Private Tour to Bath and Stonehenge From London.

Please look below for some more information about your day:

1. Private Tour of Stonehenge:

Starting the day at the most famous stone circle in the world, we ensure an early start to avoid the big crowds at Stonehenge and be amongst the very first visitors at the sight. Your expert guide will escort you to stones and enlighten you on all the mysteries, theories and history behind this fascinating monument.

2. Private Tour of Woodhenge:

Just 5 minutes from Stonehenge is an equally interesting sight called Woodhenge, which in recent years has been heavily linked with Stonehenge rituals which may have taken place for the Winter and Summer Solstice. For more information about Woodhenge, visit our page on Ancient Wessex.

3. Visit Bath:

Bath remains the only city in England to be granted Unesco World Heritage status. This is not only down to the cities ancient heritage with The Roman Baths Museum, but also for its complete renovation in the 18th Century under the work of architect John Nash and party planner Beau Nash.

The Romans settled in Britain from 43AD, creating their own city of Bath which they called Aquae Sulis. For almost 400 years, Bath remained an important settlement where Romans would gather to enjoy the natural spring water and thank the Romano-Celtic Goddess Sulis Minerva for her gift to society. Much of this temple and bathing complex still remains today, and attracts millions of tourists every year. 

After 2 visits from Queen Anne in 1702 and 1703, Bath was entirely rebuilt following a resurgence of interest for its curative properties. Richard ‘Beau’ Nash set up the Pump Rooms and Royal Mineral Water Hospital, attracting nobility far and wide to seek remedies for common illnesses such as gout and rheumatism.

4. Panoramic Tour of Bath:

Upon our departure of this magnificent city, your driver/guide will take you on a Panoramic Tour of Bath. Here you will see John Wood’s famous designs of The Queen Square and The Circus. The pano finishes at The Royal Crescent where you may wish to exit the vehicle for a short photostop.

1 April 2024 – 31 March 2025 Price List:

Service1 Passenger2-3 Passengers4-6 Passengers7-8 Passengers
10-Hour Private Day Tour From London£750£800£850£900
Cruise Transfer From Cruise Ship - London Hotel£750£800£850N/A
Cruise Transfer From London Hotel - Cruise Ship£700£750£800N/A

From: £106.25 per person
Group Size: 1 – 8
Locations: Private Tour of Stonehenge and Bath from London
Trip Duration: 10 Hours

07:30 – Depart London

09:30 – Private Tour of Stonehenge

11:00 – Depart Stonehenge

12:00 – Entry to Roman Baths Museum (Entry Not Included)

13:00 – 2 Hours Free Time in Bath (Lunch Stop)

15:00 – Private Panoramic Tour of Bath

15:30 – Depart Bath

18:00 – Arrive London

10-Hour Private Tour with Experienced Driver Guide

All Transportation & Fuel Costs

Full Guided Commentary

Private Tour of Stonehenge

Panoramic Tour of Bath

Entrance Fees to Stonehenge

Entrance Fees to The Roman Baths Museum



star rating  Outstanding Guide and Trip - Our guide Will was outstanding. Communication before the trip was perfect and all was right on schedule. I would highly recommend this tour and Tailored Tours

Sam K
28th November 2022

Pre Book Your Tickets to Stonehenge on their official website here:

Once you’ve clicked the link, please select the earliest time slot possible, which will be either 09:00am or 09:30am depending on the date you are travelling.

Please Click the Button Below to Book Your Tickets to The Roman Baths Museum.

We Recommend Selecting the 12:00-12:30 Time Slot

Reasons to Book This Private Tour to Bath and Stonehenge From London:

  • 3 Hours in Bath – Longer Than Usual Private Tours from London
  • Top Rated Private Tour from London
  • Hotel Pickup and Drop-Off
  • Bespoke Itineries
  • Private Custom Tour in a day