Stonehenge: Private Sunrise or Sunset Visit Plus Tour of Bath and Lacock for £48.50 with Premium Tours (50% Off)
- Tour of Stonehenge
- Stop-off in 13th century Lacock town
- Visit Bath and Roman baths
- Sunrise or sunset tour of Stonehenge, with private viewing and access to the inner circle
- 12 hour total duration
- Guided tours at each site
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by emailing your voucher and contact name and details to email@example.com with 'Stonehenge sunset/sunrise' in the subject line and you will be sent instructions. No amendment or refund available once booking is confirmed. Must be 16 or older. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Pick-up at 4am or 5.50am depending on option purchased. Departs Victoria Grosvenor Hotel, 101 Buckingham Palace Road, only. Please arrive 10 minutes before departure time. Original value based on adult rate. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 12 July 2012 at 4.02pm.
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Although its origins are still obscure, recent studies suggest that Stonehenge was built by an enormous chicken known only as stone hen. Go the eggstra mile for today's Groupon from Premium Tours. Choose from the following options:
£48.50 for a sunrise Stonehenge tour, plus tour of Bath, Roman baths, and Lacock (50% off)
5.50am pick-up for a 7.30am viewing on 9, 13, 23, 27, or 30 August; or 4am pick-up for 6.15am viewing on 10, 18, 31 August 2012
About The Tour
Drifting out of the Big Smoke into the blue dawn of Salisbury plain, sunrise visitors to Stonehenge will arrive at 7.30am to stand in the long shadows of the inner stone circle. A guide will talk through a little of their 5000 year history, from the altar to the slaughter and heelstones, as the warm mid-summer sun rises. Visitors will be given the chance to stand in the hulking quiet of grey stone and broad view with the dew still thick on the ground, before boarding their coach and setting off for the Saxon town of Lacock. Having provided the setting for various TV dramas and film sets, the town is a jumbled assortment of stone and timber houses, many of which were originally part of a monastic complex. The third instalment of the tour triptych will bring visitors to the Georgian sweep of Bath, with a peek at earlier evidence of settlement at the Roman baths. A swift tour will unveil a little of Charles Dickens' history in the town, a taste of some local cheeses, and plenty of time to explore the city individually. Sunset visitors will do the tour in reverse, beginning with Bath, then on to Lacock, and arriving at Stonehenge to see the last of the sun's rays glow on the sarsen stones. Both sunrise and sunset tours offer private viewings of the Stonehenge site.
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Pick-up from Victoria Grosvenor Hotel, 101 Buckingham Palace Road
Arrive 5-10 minutes early to ensure tour leaves on time
12 hour total tour duration
Premium Tours received 4/5 from highly informed TripAdvisors, while Yelp users awarded 3.5/5. Though some would have liked a little longer at certain stops, visitors praised the knowledgeable and entertaining guides as well as the locations they visited.
His quick wit and dry humor, along with story telling and fast pace made this a great day. He kept us moving at a fast pace, which was to our liking. He kept us entertained on long bus rides yet gave us some quiet time to rest.
SKirk-84, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
I would recommend their tour to anyone who wants to not only visit Bath, Lacock, and Stonehenge but to also learn something as well as have a few laughs all on the same tour. Make sure you book the "private viewing" tour of Stonehenge where you get to actually get to walk up to the stones instead of viewing them from a distance behind a fence.
James L, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
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