"By bus" Stonehenge Transportation Tip by Sjalen

Stonehenge Transportation: 18 reviews and 27 photos


Getting to Stonehenge is possible by tour buses from London, but if you want to avoid this and stay in the area, there are buses from Salisbury bus station regularly from morning to afternoon. These buses don't really go to many other places once they have left Salisbury itself, so you find yourself on a bus with a bunch of other expectant tourists even if it is a normal scheduled bus route (and do make sure you are on a bus to Stonehenge itself and not the Stonehenge Inn pub stop which is in an Amesbury village nowhere near the henge). Should you want to visit from Swindon or Marlborough, this is also possible but involves a change at Salisbury and takes an hour and a half or so rather than the 20 minutes from Salisbury.

Mode: TO
Type: Bus
Website: http://www.wdbus.co.uk/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 18, 2007
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