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|Distance||76 miles (123 km)|
|Average coach duration||5 h 25 min|
|Average coach ticket price||£13 (€14)|
|Coach companies||National Express|
Coaches from London to Stonehenge cover the 76 miles (123 km) long trip taking on average 5 h 25 min with our travel partners like National Express. There are direct coach services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £13, you can find the cheapest coach ticket for as low as £13.
Find the best coaches from London to Stonehenge with Omio's travel partners National Express from £13. We can find you the best deals, timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the best journey.
Travel hassle-free between London and Stonehenge on a coach with National Express! Omio shows you National Express coach timetables and ticket types available to help you find the cheapest and fastest journey between London and Stonehenge. National Express is the leading coach operator for routes throughout the United Kingdom, offering hundreds of journeys to cities, towns, and major UK airports at an affordable price. You can expect to travel 76 miles (123 km) from London to Stonehenge on the coach and pay as low as £13 for a coach ticket.
All National Express coaches are air-conditioned and provide free WiFi and onboard entertainment. Most coaches are equipped with seat belts and power outlets in each seat, so you can charge your phone or laptop during a long journey. You can select between three ticket types for the London - Stonehenge coach: Restricted Fare, Standard Fare, and Fully Flexible Fare. Refundable tickets provide more flexibility than other ticket options, meaning you can cancel or change your ticket easily, should you need to. So, book your cheap National Express coach ticket between London and Stonehenge on Omio today and enjoy your route!
National Express has the following ticket policies due to COVID-19, which you should be aware of when booking and travelling by coach between London and Stonehenge:
The first bus to departure from London to Stonehenge leaves at 9:21 a.m. The last bus leaves at 7:30 p.m., and the journey takes up to 3 to 4 hours. Travellers should note that the bus only goes to Amesbury where local buses go directly to Stonehenge. There are five buses a day departing from London served by National Express.
Departure Station: Buses leave from London Victoria Coach Station which is situated on the west side of London and is within walking distance from Westminster Abbey.
Arrival Station: The buses arrive in the town of Amesbury which is 3 miles from Stonehenge. Local buses and taxis can take you to the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge. There is a National Trust Visitor Centre at Stonehenge who can assist travellers with additional information on the city.
The mystery surrounding the origins and meaning of the prehistoric standing stone circle of Stonehenge in Wiltshire has invited centuries of speculation, theory and fantasy. One observable fact about this remarkable monument is that the heel stone and the embanked avenue within the circle are aligned to the sun's beams at sunset on the winter solstice and sunrise on the summer solstice. For this reason, the solstices, December 21st and June 21st, are particularly popular times for visitors who want to experience the ancient mystery of the stones. Although the free festivals of the 1970s and 1980s are no longer permitted at Stonehenge, tens of thousands of visitors still gather for the summer solstice annually, and it has become an important event for visitors interested in paganism, folklore and alternative religions. Stonehenge is now recognized as a place of worship for Neo-Pagans and Druids whose right to gather there at the solstices has been acknowledged by the local authorities. Travelers who can't make the solstices might also consider the spring or fall equinoxes, on March 20 and September 22, significant celestial dates in the northern hemisphere calendar, when the hours of day and night are equal.
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