Day trip

From London: Avebury and Stonehenge Small-Group Tour

4.6 / 5

52 reviews

Activity provider: Anderson Tours

From London: Avebury and Stonehenge Small-Group Tour

Activity provider: Anderson Tours

From US$ 133.25 per person

This day trip takes you from London to some of the most important prehistoric sites in England: Stonehenge, Avebury, and West Kennet Long Barrow. On this guaranteed small-group tour, explore the Neolithic sites of Wiltshire and see how they all connect.

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Duration 10 hours
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  • Visit medieval Avebury and see the world's largest stone circle
  • Tour the Neolithic burial chambers at West Kennet Long Barrow
  • Enjoy free time to explore Stonehenge with an audio guide
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On this day trip from London, visit the medieval village of Avebury, ringed by the largest stone circle in the world. Enjoy free time to explore the historic area, believed to be more than 2,000 years older than Stonehenge. Hear about the ghost sightings at the Red Lion Pub, located inside the stone circle, where high levels of paranormal activity have been recorded. Walk up the hill to West Kennet Long Barrow, which is one of the largest Neolithic burial tombs in Britain. Your guide will take you into the burial chambers and bring history alive. The final stop of the day is world-famous Stonehenge. Enjoy time to explore the site with an audio guide.
  • Tour guide
  • Small-group tour (maximum 19 participants)
  • Round-trip transportation by luxury coach from London
  • Entrance to Stonehenge
  • Guided walking tour of Avebury
  • Visit to West Kennet Long Barrow
  • Food and drinks

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Meeting point

The meeting point is across from Earls Court underground station (Warwick Road exit) at 9:00 AM. Please wait at bus stop C in front of the site of the former Earls Court Exhibition Centre (postode SW5 9TB).

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  • All amendments or name changes made to confirmed bookings prior to departure are subject to a £10 per person administration fee, plus any price difference
  • No amendments or name changes are possible for any short breaks less than 14 days before departure. No amendments are possible for day excursions less than 48 hours before departure
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4.6 /5

based on 52 reviews

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Great trip! But the guide talked more about New Age stuff and aliens more than the actual history and study of the sites, particularly with the West Kennet Long Barrow. When we went into the barrow, he brought out a random crystal on a chain to show us how it “moves” when your inside the barrow. I asked him about the burial practices, and he gave me a random answer about Roman gods (so weird). Worst part - driving back, he break-checked another car for honking at him. My wife’s bad knee jammed into the seat in front of us during the break-check.

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October 10, 2022

I thought it was good! The tour guide was fun, I think her name was Penny and she actually knew quite a bit of facts about the sites we went to. When we got to Avebury, I wasn't really sure what to do, it would have been nice to get more information on Avebury before getting there, because it's not a well known place.

August 3, 2022

Wasn't really a small group tour. The driver offered lots of interesting insights on the drive. At the first stop, West Kennet Long Barrow, he gave some up front info and then released everyone to move at their own pace. He offered a tour of Avebury; however, since we were running 30 minutes late on the tour because 2 people arrived 30 minutes late at the start, we opted out of the tour to eat lunch first (as we were warned that the only place for food took a long time and if we went on the tour we might be short on time to eat and we had a 6 & 12 year old). There was no guided tour at Stonehenge. So, not really a guided tour through and through. That being said, we still enjoyed it.

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July 28, 2022

Product ID: 65388