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Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Stonehenge Entrance
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Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Stonehenge Entrance

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Stonehenge and Bath are two of the UK’s top sights, but difficult to visit in a day from London without careful time—and route-planning. This tour frees you from both, whisking you to the UNESCO-protected sites with ease, with time to explore them independently. Your package incorporates Stonehenge stone circle and visitor center admission, a panoramic Bath tour, and an upgrade to include entry to the city’s Roman baths.
$106.02 per adult
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Jon B wrote a review Yesterday
Torquay, United Kingdom72 contributions7 helpful votes
Great volunteers to guide you round and make sure you get the most out of your visit - a bit of silence in the city and quite beautiful as well!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ellebee wrote a review Yesterday
Southport, United Kingdom915 contributions305 helpful votes
The floors are under renovation in this architectural masterpiece so you can’t see the whole Abbey nor tour the tower which is shut. However you can appreciate the fanned vaulted ceiling and the impressive stained glass windows. It’s a must see in Bath.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Fiona S wrote a review Sep 21
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This was such a gorgeous piece of architecture. The stained glass windows are absolutely stunning. We got to sit and take in the peace and tranquility. The bishop was a lovely gentleman who was very knowledgeable and friendly . The abbey is having some work done to protect the graves under the flooring. There are over 8000 bodies here. Beautiful place to visit . Fantastic ceilings x💜
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Russell E wrote a review Sep 20
Bracknell, United Kingdom588 contributions33 helpful votes
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Visited as part of a short stay in Bath. Free to enter, small queue in due to Covid rules also tower closed because of it as well. Spacious to visit and lots to look at even with the restoration to the floor. Very impressive and well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JJGid1 wrote a review Sep 17
Bolton, United Kingdom289 contributions146 helpful votes
Visited the Abbey after visiting The Roman Baths and there was a small queue to get in but moved fairly quickly. The Abbey is very nice inside with beautiful stained glass windows. Prayers are done on the hour and you can light a candle. There are seats you can sit on to listen to the Prayers. It's a shame that there was work going on at the time because it took away from the peacefulness that you would get in a place of worship.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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