• Tickets are open dated but must be booked upon arrival in London or at least 48 hours prior to the tour by calling Evan Evans on 00 44 207 950 1777 or by email to email@example.com
• Child tickets valid for 4 to 16 year olds
• Children under 4 years old travel for free
• Senior tickets valid for 60 year olds and over
• Students must show a valid student card
**Please note that Stonehenge will be closed for the Summer Solstice on 21 June 2013
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Evan Evans Tours operate a number of escorted day tours to popular destinations outside of London. Their selection of tours are all escorted by professional Blue-badge Guides. The Select Tours option do not include admission fees to any attractions allowing you to choose for yourself what you would like to do.
A warm welcome from your guide and driver then journey west in style to the beautiful city of Salisbury and its 750 year-old cathedral with 404 feet spire, the tallest in England. This magnificent and historic building is an international symbol of Christianity and a world-class heritage attraction.
Here you will get a choice to visit the Cathedral, to see the Magna Carta, the Chapter House, and the oldest working clock in Europe - dating back to 1386*. Alternatively you can have some free time to explore the city at your leisure.
You’ll see the great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge, one of the ancient wonders of the world and forever cloaked in intense debate over its original purpose. Stonhenge is the focal point in a landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures and is now a World Heritage site.
At Stonhenge you will get the choice between an audio-guided tour of Stonehenge, where you’ll learn about the spiritual importance of the stones and early legends of King Arthur and Merlin.* Alternatively, enjoy a delicious lunch at the visitor centre and take in the views of the Historic stones.*
Note: Stonehenge will be closed for normal visitor operation on the Summer Solstice (June 21 2013)
This beautiful Georgian city has some of the richest ancient history in Britain and some of the most stunning architecture in Europe. Visit elegant honey-coloured crescents, beautiful Georgian Squares and the delightful scenery along the banks of the river Avon. You’ll enjoy views of the famous Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey, known locally as ‘The Lantern of the West’.
You will have the choice of visiting the Roman Baths to see the magnificent temple and bathing complex which still flows with thermal waters from the original source*. Alternatively, you can enjoy a free walking tour of the city following in the footsteps of Jane Austen. Visit Bath Abbey and the elegant shopping area around Milsom Street.
*Entrance tickets/lunch can be purchased from your guide on board
Daily, all year
Closed on 25th & 26th December and 1st January
Departure and Pick up information
08:45 Victoria Coach station Gates 1 - 5
Return and Drop off information
19:00 Victoria train Station