Neolithic Britain Tour

Lacock, Bath and Stonehenge - 5000 years of history in a day

On this special day out, we partly follow the old coaching route from London  to Bath, via Hungerford and through the historic town of Marlborough, which still retains its coaching inns and even a 17th century silk merchant's house, which was built after the Great Fire of Marlborough (1653). We continue towards the southern Cotswolds pasing through the Neolithic landscape, where you will see Silbury Hill (the largest man-made mount in Europe, which dates back to 2350BC), the Cherwell White Horse (the second oldest) and along a narrow country lane, where you will see beautiful examples thatched cottages.  Our first stop is in the 


  • Fully guided small group tour with stops in Lacock, Bath and Stonehenge
  • Entrance to the Roman Baths
  • Entrance to Stonehenge
  • Guaranteed maximum group size 16 people
Prices valid throughout 2010     Price 
Adult      £79 
Senior Citizen (60+)     £74
Full time students or children (3 to 16 years inclusive)     £69
Infants under 3 not occupying a seat     £10 

This 2 day tour departs from Cambridge at 07.00am and London at 08.30am on selected Saturdays throughout the year. For full details or to book this tour contact International Friends in Cambridge on 0044 (0)1223 244 555 or click here to visit the International Friends website.