To book one of these tours, simply contact Gothic Image Tours mentioning the tour you’d like to do, the number of people in your group and your preferred dates. Arrangements, including final price and time and place to meet, will then be confirmed.

The price for each of the tours listed below is the total price. The per person price decreases according to the number of participants. For example, the cost of the tour for one person to Stonehenge is £160 + entrance fee, for four people it would be £40 per person (plus entrance fee per person).


StonehengeStonehenge (4 hrs) or Avebury Henge (5 hrs)

Stonehenge: England’s most famous monument and a testament to the scientific and engineering skills of our bronze age ancestors. This enigmatic site remains one of the great mysteries of the ancient world. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAHere we explore the many theories behind its construction and purpose, and take in the feeling of the place. Private access subject to availability.

Cost: £160 plus entrance – £13.90 pp

Avebury/Silbury: The world’s largest stone circle, built 5000 years ago. The megalithic capital of Britain, with its awesome bank and ditch (henge), its inner circles and avenue, and the massive Silbury Hill. Avebury is a whole prehistoric complex. Here we explore the world of the Neolithic period and the possible uses of this magnificent place.

Cost: £180


Stonehenge and Avebury/Silbury (full day)

Silbury Hill, Avebury

Silbury Hill, Avebury

See and feel both of these spectacular, atmospheric and contrasting giant megalithic temples together in one day. These two ancient sites are one hour’s drive apart, yet from a global perspective they resonate together. They are also both very different – Stonehenge is dramatic, a celestial temple, while Avebury is more friendly, a place of the Earth Mother.

Both are set in the remarkable wide-open, rather un-earthly landscapes of the chalk downs of Wiltshire. This is a memorable trip. Private access to Stonehenge is subject to availability.

Cost: £290


Jamie George under the Tolkien trees

J.R Tolkien used to sit in the shade of these trees at Avebury. It’s easy to see their maze of roots as the inspiration for his intricate storylines.