London to Stonehenge is one of our most popular trips – and definitely the most mysterious. You’ll get to see ancient stones with meanings that still remain hidden after thousands of years – and enormous monuments that have puzzled generations of archeologists. Plus there’s everything from shopping to spring water to keep you interested and entertained…
Our tours usually begin with a visit to the historic town of Marlborough, which recently celebrated its 800th birthday. The High Street has a wonderful example of a merchant’s house, built after the Great Fire of Marlborough in 1653.
This imposing hill is the largest man-made mound in Europe. It covers an amazing five acres and soars up to 130 feet. It was built around 2500BC… but why? Local legend has it that the mound was built as part of a plot to outwit the devil. Other say it is an ancient monument. It’s just one of many mysteries presented by this extraordinary area.
For more information, take a look at our new Stonehenge Tours website.
Mysterious crop circle near Avebury
The Wig and Quill pub, Salisbury