London City Tour and Stonehenge Combo Tickets

From £73.00


  • Enjoy a hassle-free transfer to the attraction on a superior coach through the English countryside, with free WiFi on board.
  • Tour the spectacular city of London at night, and catch sight of landmarks such as the Big Ben, Tower of London, Parliament Houses, London Eye and many more, stunningly illuminated in the darkness!
  • With a professional guide accompanying you, get better insight into the story behind each of the landmarks of the city.
  • Relish a 2.5-hour stay at Stonehenge, and explore the historic region at your own pace.
  • Catch sight of a 5500-year-old man, preserved in the exhibition center and see more than 250 artifacts on display!
  • With a tour guide accompanying you, learn about the rich history of Stonehenge and its surroundings, and why this monument was constructed.

Two fantastic experiences: The London City Tour and Discover Stonehenge

There is so much to see in England that it is, sometimes, almost impossible to choose one attraction over another. The Stonehenge and London city tour combo packs two great things to do in the capital with just one ticket. It is an amazing and affordable opportunity to be part of these activities without having to pay twice.

Learn the rich history of Stonehenge

Stonehenge is one of England’s most famous landmarks. Prehistoric in origin, it is one of the world’s most mysterious monuments. The structure is 3 km west of Amesbury in Wiltshire. It is formed of a ring of upright stones, with each of them weighing around 25 tons and standing around seven feet wide and thirty feet high. The stones are in the centre of a network of Bronze and Neolithic Age monuments. It also includes a few hundred burial mounds. According to archaeologists, Stonehenge is roughly five thousand years old, built between 3000 BC to 2000 BC. Research suggests that the location has evolved continuously over 10,000 years. Earlier, it was part of a broader landscape which included a giant stone structure fifteen times larger than Stonehenge.

The site inspires numerous theories surrounding its origin. Hypotheses run as wild as suggesting that it was the work of aliens or wizardry! Since there was the absence of technology powerful enough to carry and put the stones in their current state, such speculations are only natural. Take two and a half hours to explore this prehistoric monument and learn its many secrets.

Before taking the London city tour, visit the Stonehenge Exhibition Centre. It contains many rare objects and ancient artefacts, including axes, pots, jewellery and a 5,500-year-old-man.

See the capital by night on the London City Tour

London is beautiful, even more so when dusk falls. Explore the city’s true beauty at night when the streets are clear, and every corner is engulfed in lights. Hop on a ninety-minute relaxing ride and coast through the city in comfort. As you travel, see London’s most notable landmarks showcased across the skyline in brilliant colours. The historic St Paul’s Cathedral, the towering Big Ben, the London Eye, and the Houses of Parliament are just a few of all the spectacles.

The tour highlights the city at its very best. Witness the capital’s radiance as though you are in the biggest carnival. And don’t forget to bring your camera!

A visit to Stonehenge and the London city tour is both fun and a learning experience. While the mind-boggling facts of the landmark intrigue and confuse you, find bliss in touring the city after dark. Get your tickets and embark on an unforgettable journey.


  • Coach tour of London
  • Services of a professional guide for coach tour
  • Transfers in a luxury coach
  • Entrance to the Stonehenge
  • Audio Guided tour of Stonehenge


Know Before You Go

Important Information

  • There is no guide on board the motor coach to the Stonehenge.


  • The tour will operate every day from the 1st of April to the 31st of October.
  • Until the 31st of March, the tour will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
  • The Stonehenge Express tour will begin at 9:30 AM.
  • The duration of the tour is approximately 6 hours.
  • There will also be no Stonehenge tour on the 20th and 21st of June, owing to the Summer Solstice.
  • London City by Night Tour will begin at 7:30 PM and 9:20 PM until the 31st of March.
  • From April to September, the tours begin at 7:30 PM, 8 PM, 8:30 PM, 9:15 PM, 9:45 PM and 10:15 PM.
  • There will be no night tours on the 25th of December and the 31st of December.

Dress Code

A fair amount of walking is involved in this tour, and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.


This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Super Flexible Cancellation Policy

You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.

How To Redeem Your Ticket

You will receive your Stonehenge Express & London City by Night Full Day Tour mobile ticket in your email shortly. Please show this on your mobile device along with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.

Meeting Point

Evan Evans Office, 258 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London

Getting There

By Bus

  • Get off at Rochester Row (Stop W) using buses 2, 36, 185, N2, N136. Walk up the Vauxhall Bridge Road towards the Buckingham palace for about 300 meters and the destination will be on your right.

By Subway

  • Get off at Victoria Station using Circle, District and Victoria lines.

By Train

  • Alternatively, you can get off at Victoria Station using the Gatwick Express, Thameslink, Southeastern and Southern train lines. Walk towards Vauxhall Bridge Road to reach the destination.


The Stonehenge Express & London City by Night Full Day Tour ticket is valid only for the date of the booking.