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Stonehenge and Avebury Small Group Tour from London
$148.91 per adult
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Small-Group Day Trip to Stonehenge, Glastonbury, and Avebury from London
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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Woodhenge & Old Sarum Private Tour
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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Woodhenge & Old Sarum Private Tour

Explore History Culture Heritage and Medieval. A chance to see Royal Windsor Castle, Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, is the home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Stonehenge,Visit mystic Stonehenge. Woodhenge,Dating from about 2300 BC, markers now replace rings of timber posts, which once possibly supported a ring-shaped building. Stonehenge in Avebury Few have looked at Avebury and Stonehenge, pondering whether they might be part of a larger complex. But when that question is asked, an altogether different one bubbles to the surface: could this complex also be linked with Plato’s fabled lost civilisation of Atlantis<br>and Old Sarum, Climb the mighty ramparts for views over the Wiltshire plains and imagine the once thriving town of Old Sarum. Stand in the footprint of Salisbury's original cathedral, conquer the royal castle which stood high on the motte, and discover the awe-inspiring Iron Age hill fort where it all began.
$392.77 per adult
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JVP17 wrote a review Nov 2020
Bedford, United Kingdom9 contributions1 helpful vote
Try to walk around the whole site and the Avenue of stones just lets your mind wonder as to what used to happen - lots of stories and legend
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Phil C wrote a review Nov 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom80 contributions22 helpful votes
If you are going to Avebury stone circle, I would recommend walking the landscape. You will get so much better an understanding of what it was all about. Beats Stonehenge!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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julian c wrote a review Oct 2020
Hailsham, United Kingdom210 contributions82 helpful votes
Nice village with large stone circle which is free to walk around. Parking is quite expensive in the official car park but considering you can walk among and touch the stones it's not so bad a deal.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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PhilMerridan wrote a review Oct 2020
St. Albans, United Kingdom305 contributions88 helpful votes
Found the National Trust carpark for the stone circle visit & had to pay £7 whether you stay 5 mins or 5 hours. ( a rip off) I know you don’t pay to see the stones but charge a reasonable rate per hour & the longer you stay the more you pay. The stones are well worth a visit & then on to the cafe & shop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TallTraveller274 wrote a review Oct 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom350 contributions183 helpful votes
Agree with most of previous reviewers’ comments. Unlike Stonehenge, with its entry fees, queuing, fences (and probably Goon Towers for good measure) Avebury is open-access, free and atmospheric. Car park charges are indeed steep - £7 (!) - but if you arrive after 3pm you can pay a lesser half-day rate. Signage could also benefit from an upgrade as there’s little to enlighten the visitor. That said, the place exudes an enormous power.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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