Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Private Viewing of Stonehenge including Bath and Lacock submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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This was the most amazing part of our vacation. Our guide, James, was so perfect. Right down to his bowler hat. The trip was informative and the Roman Baths and lunch at the George were great but what made it one of a kind was being able to step inside the circle at Stonehenge. I was walking where people walked 5000 years ago and where very few people can walk today. Truly a once in a lifetime adventure.Reviewed by: Tina M, November 2013
Great tour very knowledgeable and friendly guide. The private viewing of Stonehenge is the only way to view and understand this site. At the end of the day it all comes down to the guide. I have done this tour twice and both experiences were fabulous. Would definitely recommend.Reviewed by: Denise, October 2013
Absolutely amazing. David, our tour guide, was very informative and lots of fun. One of the best tours we have ever been on.Reviewed by: rhs70, October 2013
Great tour. Very good and informative guide.Reviewed by: Jeff F, September 2013
This is a trip worth taking if you are prepared for a few things before you go. First, this is pretty much an all day trip, but you spend much of your time driving in the bus. The stops you make are not that long. You spend about an hour at Stonehenge, an hour at Lacock and two hours in Bath. The rest of the trip you are in the bus which is about 5 hours. Second, strategize your time. At Stonehenge you have plenty of time to walk around and take pictures and really take in the site. This was probably my favorite part of this trip. Being able to walk around inside the stones was amazing. Lacock we needed more time, or at least the ability to strategize our time better. The guide made it seem like you could not go into the Abbey (which I really wanted to see) located at this site. He basically said you could only see it from the street. We walked around went to some of the places he pointed out and then started walking towards where we thought the Abbey might be just to take some photos from the street. Once we got to the Abbey, many of us found it was not closed to the public like our guide made it seem, you just had to pay to get in. Unfortunately, by the time many of us realized this it was too late and we did not have time. I believe our guide steered us away from this site because he wanted us to eat breakfast in the Pub (which is probably working with the tour company) and knew we would not have time to eat and see the Abbey. Lastly, in Bath you only get two hours. It is not nearly enough time to see the Roman Baths and everything else in the city. Luckily, my friend and I were able to find out in advance (with much difficulty). We decided to forgo the bus ride back and stay later.Reviewed by: Flatow, September 2013