Where should I stay in London?
The difficult part is finding the right neighborhood for you. London is a large city with many neighborhoods that cater to different travelers which is why we created an article on where to stay in London focused on the best neighborhoods.
How do you get to Stonehenge?
From London, you can travel to Stonehenge by bus, train (plus cab) or rented car. Travel times may vary depending on your choice of transportation.
Once you arrive at Stonehenge Visitor Center, you will also need to factor in a 5–10-minute shuttle to finally reach the historic monument.
Is transportation to Stonehenge included in The Tour Guys tours?
It can be overwhelming to travel to Stonehenge on your own, that’s why all our tours of Stonehenge from London include round-trip transportation.
How long should I spend at Stonehenge?
You should plan to spend around 2.5 hours at the site itself. But be sure to factor in travel times when planning your day.
Do I need a ticket to visit Stonehenge?
Yes, you will need to purchase tickets to enter Stonehenge. It's recommended to purchase tickets before you arrive at the Visitor’s Center because you are more likely to get a cheaper price and guaranteed entry.
Are tickets included with The Tour Guy tours of Stonehenge?
Yes! All of our day trips to Stonehenge from London include entry tickets.
Is a tour of Stonehenge worth it?
Absolutely. Outside of not having to deal with the complicated logistics of travel, you’ll have an experienced, thoughtful guide who will walk you through the complicated, fascinating history of Stonehenge. There are so many hidden gems and incredible features that can only be brought to life through the stories of a passionate guide.
When should I visit Stonehenge?
Stonehenge is open 7 days a week. June, July and August are peak months, especially on Fridays and Saturdays. Peak hours are 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Avoid these months and times for a more peaceful visit.
Pricing also varies based on the time and season. Tickets during peak hours and peak times will likely be higher.
What are the best tours of Stonehenge?
Here are a few tours we recommend:
What are the top things to see at Stonehenge?
Although Stonehenge looks like a bunch of rocks in a field, the stories of the site are mysterious and fascinating. Check out our blog post The AllegedAnd Unbelievable History Of Stonehenge for more information. Beware, reading this post will make you want to book your tickets immediately because that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Are there good restaurants near Stonehenge?
Because it’s one of the most popular attractions in the UK, the area surrounding Stonehenge has some incredible restaurants. Check out the blog for the full list of 10 Best Restaurants Near Stonehenge, but here are a few of our favorites:
Reeve The Baker
The Bridge Inn
Siam Smile Thai Kitchen
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