We Head North Through Dorset.
Heading into the county of Wiltshire.
With a history spanning over 10,000 years, Wiltshire has been a special place for a very long time. History in Wiltshire is not just ancient, come today and you can walk through time. Probably the most iconic of Wiltshire’s sites is of course Stonehenge. To this day there is still a mystery as to the reasons behind the site and how the stones were transported from as far away as Wales. Further north is Avebury, the largest stone circle in the world. Dating from around 4,500 years ago, Avebury together with Stonehenge form part of the World Heritage Site.
Visit the magical ancient site of Stonehenge, World Heritage Site. Learn about the millennia of use that created Stonehenge as we see it today. Fortress, calendar, temple or hospital? You decide!
Salisbury & Salisbury Cathedral
Visit Salisbury, the historic city and market town that grew up around the cathedral. Explore Salisbury Cathedral, built in 1220, the tallest and most beautiful church building in Britain. (Suggested donation £3). Within the Cathedral view the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta, the medieval document written in 1215, that forms the foundation of the rule of law and many countries' constitutions.
Get Away From the Crowds
Book a private tour for you and your party (max 8 passengers) to Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral. No strict itineraries, free on-board refreshments, plenty of photo stops, your own personal guide and driver, your day is flexible. See as much or as little as you like, go at your own pace. The day is yours!
Stonehenge is one of our most popular tours, booking early is highly advisable.