Stonehenge Accessible Tour From London by Train and Bus

Stonehenge by train 1This accessible Stonehenge tour will be one of the highlights of your accessible London vacation! Stonehenge is one of the most unique and most iconic attractions in Europe, and this accessible London day trip allows disabled travelers to visit it using fully accessible transportation. 

You’ll also have an opportunity to tour the town of Salisbury, home of the tallest church spire in England!

Enjoy a picturesque accessible bus tour with lively fascinating commentary as you make your way through the Wiltshire countryside to the historic sites of Stonehenge and Old Sarum. Upon your arrival  at Stonehenge, take advantage of your skip the line ticket (included) which means no waiting in long lines and more time to explore the historic ancient ruins.  

This accessible Stonehenge tour allows you to capture some beautiful memorable vacation photos and visit the fascinating visitor center! A free audio tour in English can be downloaded from  the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and there is free WiFi available at the visitor center. If you prefer, you can also purchase the Stonehenge audio tour for a small fee at the site. 

Once back in the quaint city of Salisbury, you will have an opportunity to visit the iconic Salisbury Cathedral, a truly remarkable building, steeped in history (Price does not include Cathedral Tower Tour)

The Stonehenge Accessible Tour from London includes:
– instructions on how to take train from London to Salisbury
– Wheelchair accessible bus tour from Salisbury to Old Sarum, Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral.
– Stonehenge admission tickets (skip the line)

 

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 Other accessible London day trips that you may want to consider include the Oxford Accessible Tour from London, the Cambridge Accessible Tour from London, and the Highlights of Greenwich Accessible Tour.

 Since you are already doing a day-trip outside of London, you may want to add another destination.  Our Stonehenge & Hampton Court Accessible Driving Tour and our Stonehenge & Windsor Castle Accessible Guided Tour allows you to visit two destinations in a single day.

 Tour Highlights

– Stonehenge (skip the line tickets)
– Old Sarum
– Salisbury Cathedral
– Town of Salisbury

Accessibility Description

I gave the Stonehenge Accessible Tour from London a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it involves an accessible bus ride, few cobblestone, short distances, and no hills. It did not receive a 5 star rating as the ruins at Old Sarum may be a bit challenging for some disabled visitors.

To get from the Salisbury train station to Stonehenge, the Stonehenge Accessible Tour from London uses a bus with a wheelchair ramp (shown in the photo on the left). The tour includes Stonehenge entrance tickets so you can skip the line (shown in the photo on the right).
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 Stonehenge disabled access consists of wheelchair accessible paths and ramps to get around the field.
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After visiting Stonehenge, you will take the bus back to Salisbury.  You can take the bus to the train station if you want to head straight back to London.  If you’d like to visit Salisbury, get off at the bus station where you’ll have time for lunch, sightseeing, and shopping (I recommend it).
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  You can visit the Salisbury Cathedral using wheelchair accessible ramps (shown below on the right).  You will also be able to view an original copy of the Magna Carta. The longest distance that you’ll have to cover while exploring Salisbury is 1 km from the Salisbury Cathedral to the train station.  I’ve done it myself in my wheelchair and it is fairly flat with good sidewalks.
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 Tour Details

Tour duration: Full day
Cost: £45for 1 person, £90 for 2 people, £135 for 3 people, £180 for 4 people.
* £20 off if booked as part of an accessible London travel package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meeting time: We suggest that you take the 9:20 am train from London.
Number of people on tour: Up to 12 people
Entrance tickets: Bus ticket included. Entrance tickets to Stonehenge are included and allow you to skip the line. 
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, and no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Taxi or bus to London train station, snacks/meals and gratuities. Train tickets from London to Salisbury. Price does not include Cathedral Tower Tour

 

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 Read more:

London Accessible Travel – main page
   Pros and Cons of London Disabled Access
   13 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for London England
   9 Keys to Success for London Handicapped Travel
   Tower of London Wheelchair Access
   London Eye Wheelchair Accessibility
   Stonehenge Disabled Access
   Travel Insurance for Disabled Travelers
   London Accessible Travel Packages
Accessible Walking and Driving Tours in London

   Highlights of London Accessible Driving Tour
   Classic London Wheelchair Accessible Tour
   Royal London Accessible Guided Tour
   London Accessible Boat Cruise on the Thames River
   Stonehenge & Hampton Court Accessible Driving Tour
   Stonehenge & Windsor Castle Accessible Guided Tour
   Stonehenge Accessible Tour by Train
   Cambridge Accessible Tour from London
   Oxford Accessible Tour from London
   Highlights of Greenwich Accessible Tour
London Accessibility Guide by John Sage
London Trip Planning by Sage Traveling
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