Journey to the Stones. This exclusive walking tour covers 5km and allows our archaeologist tour guide to introduce you intimately to the World Heritage Landscapes of Stonehenge and Avebury Stone Circles
This is a chance to walk among the great Neolithic monuments of Wessex.
The most spectacular walk is accessible only on foot. A walking tour through some of the most magnificent scenery in Wiltshire, England. - Lunch is included at a beautiful English traditional country pub.
Walking Stonehenge and Prehistoric Wessex introduces our guests to some of the most imposing and mysterious ancient monuments in the world, certainly within the United Kingdom. These sites coupled with the beautiful Wiltshire countryside offer the participants of this walking tour a special and unique experience.
The tour is split between two World Heritage Landscapes. In the morning Stonehenge, situated within the most concentrated prehistoric landscape in the world is explored, as we walk the ancient processional way of the Stonehenge Cursus, explore Bronze Age burial mounds and visit the possible site of the Stonehenge builders village.
We finish our morning walking along the Stonehenge Avenue, following the ritualised path laid down over 4000 years ago, concluding with a guided tour around Stonehenge itself.
The Afternoon introduces Avebury with the largest stone circle, largest man-made hill and most impressive prehistoric burial chamber.
We also enjoy an English country pub lunch, once used as a scene in Dickens' The Pickwick Papers
Walking Stonehenge and Prehistoric Wessex is the unique opportunity to explore these famous sites in a well-paced and relaxed manor, enjoying the expertise of our archaeologist guides.
"A truly legendary day out in the ancient Kingdom of Wessex"
DEPARTS EVERY WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY (APRIL - OCTOBER 2021)
This tour departs from Salisbury Train Station but can be arranged from Bath or London. Allow an extra hour to walk around Stonehenge.
Private walking tours can easily be arranged on any day of the year for private groups, just drop us an email
It really is more than a 'pile of rocks' in a fieild! Our guide mest us at the visitor centre and walked us across the landscape giving is an inreal view of the monument. We had no idea how many neolithic sites surround the stones and the guide brought the history, astronomy, myths and legends alive. I hight recommend booking a guide if you are visiting Stonehenge for the 1st time. P.S wear some boots and take a coat if you want to makwe the most of the walk.