Take a journey back in time 5,000 years and explore the mysterious standing stones at Stonehenge

A UNESCO world Heritage Site, for centuries Stonehenge has baffled historians and scholars as to why it exists. Walk through the millennia as you visit this world-famous site and learn about megalithic life in the recreated fort.

Each private tour is conducted in our premium Mercedes minivans, ensuring your comfort as we navigate through the roads of London and England.

Your professional, knowledgeable and friendly private tour guide will tell you the stories and show you the sights on this tour. A Private tour offers flexibility and your time inside and outside the vehicle is up to you.

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  • Lunch (we can recommend a place)
  • Entrance into attractions & sites
  • Gratuities (optional)


For centuries, historians and archaeologists have puzzled over the mystery of Stonehenge. Who built it, what’s it for? According to 12th-century scholar Geoffrey of Monmouth Stonehenge was the work of the wizard Merlin who, in the fifth century created a mass burial ground for Saxons who were slaughtered on Salisbury Plain. Modern scholars now agree that Stonehenge was once a burial ground but it is still unclear for who or in fact if anyone is buried there at all.

Archaeologists believe England’s most iconic ruin was built in several stages, with construction starting some 5,000 years ago. The Neolithic monument took its masons an estimated 1,500 years to bring the 100 massive stones into their instantly recognisable circular layout.

What is less obvious today are deep pits located within the circle that may have once held a ring of timber posts. This deepens the mystery of what Stonehenge’s purpose was.

Its construction still baffles experts. The sandstone slabs are likely from local quarries, a hard enough task in a time without the wheel or transportation, but scientists have traced its inner ring bluestones to the Preseli Hills in Wales, over 200 miles from Stonehenge.

Nearly 1 million people visit Stonehenge annually and it has been  a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986.

Visitor Centre

A visit to the Stonehenge visitors centre is itself an interesting visit. View over 250 archaeological objects discovered in the local landscape. The exhibits include neolithic jewellery, pottery and tools as well as ancient human remains.

Journey through 5000 years in the incredible audio-visual 360 degree cinema, walk amongst a recreation of a Neolithic village and imagine how people lived 4,500 years ago.

There is also a cafe serving local delicacies and gift shop on site.


Each tour we operate is unique and designed to your requirements. Here is an example of this tours route…

April 15, 2021 9:58 pm
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 85 miles
  • Time 1 h 53 min
  • Speed 45 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 0 ft
  • Climb 0 ft
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We are passionate, professional and full of personality. Let us share our knowledge of England


We’ll collect & return you at the start and end of the tour


Premium still and sparkling water is provided in glass bottles


Our minivans offer luxury interiors and excellent legroom for up to 7 people and their bags


Stay connected to friends and family on tour with unlimited super-fast wifi


  • Thomas W

    Guide picked us up and dropped us off on time (very important since we were coming from a cruise ship) and was very friendly and knowledgeable. Drove us to all the key points of interest, and the van was very clean and comfortable. Communication from [...]

    Published On: October, 2023
  • T Miller

    From the moment Sandy picked us up, we knew we were in for a wonderful day trip experience around Edinburgh. His historical knowledge of the city and surrounding area is top notch! He tailored our day to take in some hidden gems and provided us [...]

    Published On: October, 2023
  • Annemarie D

    We had so much fun with Andy! He was a pleasure to spend an afternoon with. We visited Rosslyn Chapel and some other places that were in keeping with our interests, like the oldest pub in Scotland (I know, many make the claim, but I'm [...]

    Published On: September, 2023
  • Mary Carol S

    Fantastic day with Michael! Great views of Loch Lamond. A nice hike and lunch there as well. Michael was really informative about Sterling Castle and all of Glasgow. I would highly recommend this tour and Michael.

    Published On: September, 2023