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Home Salisbury, Stonehenge, and Sarum Tours - Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge

Salisbury, Stonehenge, and Sarum Tours - Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge

You will be met at your hotel or cruise ship in Southampton and then, whilst travelling to Salisbury, you will pass by the New Forest which dates back to the time of William the Conqueror who used it to pursue his love of hunting. Here his grandson...

You will be met at your hotel or cruise ship in Southampton and then, whilst travelling to Salisbury, you will pass by the New Forest which dates back to the time of William the Conqueror who used it to pursue his love of hunting.
Here his grandson King William II was killed by a stray arrow.
The New Forest is also home to 3,000 wild ponies that roam freely alongside pigs and cattle.

As we head over Pepperbox Hill the Salisbury Cathedral spire comes into view just as it did for the medieval pilgrims.
Standing 123 metres high, this spire is one of the tallest in the UK.
You can visit the spot where John Constable painted his famous iconic scene of Salisbury Cathedral over the water meadows - seldom seen by tourists, at Harnham Mill.

We arrive at the marvellous medieval City of Salisbury, with its many cafes and restaurants and its market square that dates back to 1220.
Salisbury Cathedral (we suggest a voluntary donation of £7.50, concessions £6.50 as tickets are NOT included) you are taken through the City to Salisbury Cathedral.
This is in one of the most beautiful cathedral closes in Britain. You can see the Magna Carta along with the oldest working clock in the world (subject to opening times).

A brief stop at Old Sarum - The original City of Salisbury.
Here King John was with his Garrisons in the early 1200's when the Barons rose up against the King.
This resulted in the Magna Carta being sealed in 1215 which you will already have seen in the Cathedral.
This is an Iron Age settlement that became Salisbury after visits from Saxons, Danes, Vikings, and Normans.

Passing Salisbury we travel along narrow country lanes alongside the river Avon towards Stonehenge.
Through picturesque villages with thatched cottages we see the house where William Pitt, after whom Pittsburgh is named, once resided.
A little further we pass the house of the singer songwriter 'Sting' and travel through the fields of barley which inspired his haunting song 'Fields of Gold'.

You will continue your tour to West Amesbury (Blue Henge), Durrington Walls, and Woodhenge which have increased our understanding of the purpose of Stonehenge.

Stonehenge (Entrance Tickets included)
A new exhibition is located at the Visitor Centre.
After viewing the exhibition English Heritage will transport you to Stonehenge itself and you can have an audio guide in 10 different languages.

On completion of your tour we will then transport you back to your hotel or cruise ship.

Included in the package:
- Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary donation so NOT included)
- Bottled water
- Driver/guide
- Live commentary on board
- Small-group tour
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle

Gratuities (optional) not included
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking

The duration of transfers are approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions.

NOTE: We operate in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

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Ticket options

  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 1 person Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £150.00 0 1 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 2 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £95.00 0 2 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 3 to 6 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £80.00 0 6 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 7 to 10 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £70.00 0 10 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 11 to 16 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £60.00 0 16 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 17 to 25 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £50.00 0 25 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 26 to 40 people Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £50.00 0 40 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 1 child under 16 years Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £90.00 0 1 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 2 children under 16 years Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £57.00 0 2 max
  • Tour Southampton, Salisbury, and Stonehenge - 3 to 6 children under 16 years Includes: Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary Donation so NOT included), bottled water, driver/guide, live commentary on board, small-group tour, transport by air-conditioned vehicles £48.00 0 6 max

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You will be met at your hotel or cruise ship in Southampton and then, whilst travelling to Salisbury, you will pass by the New Forest which dates back to the time of William the Conqueror who used it to pursue his love of hunting.
Here his grandson King William II was killed by a stray arrow.
The New Forest is also home to 3,000 wild ponies that roam freely alongside pigs and cattle.

As we head over Pepperbox Hill the Salisbury Cathedral spire comes into view just as it did for the medieval pilgrims.
Standing 123 metres high, this spire is one of the tallest in the UK.
You can visit the spot where John Constable painted his famous iconic scene of Salisbury Cathedral over the water meadows - seldom seen by tourists, at Harnham Mill.

We arrive at the marvellous medieval City of Salisbury, with its many cafes and restaurants and its market square that dates back to 1220.
Salisbury Cathedral (we suggest a voluntary donation of £7.50, concessions £6.50 as tickets are NOT included) you are taken through the City to Salisbury Cathedral.
This is in one of the most beautiful cathedral closes in Britain. You can see the Magna Carta along with the oldest working clock in the world (subject to opening times).

A brief stop at Old Sarum - The original City of Salisbury.
Here King John was with his Garrisons in the early 1200's when the Barons rose up against the King.
This resulted in the Magna Carta being sealed in 1215 which you will already have seen in the Cathedral.
This is an Iron Age settlement that became Salisbury after visits from Saxons, Danes, Vikings, and Normans.

Passing Salisbury we travel along narrow country lanes alongside the river Avon towards Stonehenge.
Through picturesque villages with thatched cottages we see the house where William Pitt, after whom Pittsburgh is named, once resided.
A little further we pass the house of the singer songwriter 'Sting' and travel through the fields of barley which inspired his haunting song 'Fields of Gold'.

You will continue your tour to West Amesbury (Blue Henge), Durrington Walls, and Woodhenge which have increased our understanding of the purpose of Stonehenge.

Stonehenge (Entrance Tickets included)
A new exhibition is located at the Visitor Centre.
After viewing the exhibition English Heritage will transport you to Stonehenge itself and you can have an audio guide in 10 different languages.

On completion of your tour we will then transport you back to your hotel or cruise ship.

Included in the package:
- Entrance fees to Stonehenge (Salisbury Cathedral by voluntary donation so NOT included)
- Bottled water
- Driver/guide
- Live commentary on board
- Small-group tour
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle

Gratuities (optional) not included
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking

The duration of transfers are approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions.

NOTE: We operate in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

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