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Freedom of Man - Cruise Transfer Tour

Runnymede – West Amesbury – Stonehenge – Salisbury Cathedral – Southampton

Runnymede 30 mins

The rolling hills and graceful meadows of Runnymede are steeped in history. Once witness to the sealing of Magna Carta 1215, this special place now bears several memorials to the struggle for freedom.

The Magna Carta Memorial

Stroll across the meadows to this tranquil memorial to Magna Carta. Sat on a gentle slope looking out towards the Thames and flanked by venerable oak trees, the memorial is the perfect place to pause and reflect

The Kennedy Memorial

Take the sweeping path up the to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Stone; a seven-ton block of Portland stone set in a symbolic acre of American soil granted by the people of Britain to the people of America Pause on the Seats of Contemplation for stunning views across Runnymede to the River Thames.

The Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial

This is a moving memorial. Inscribed in the cloisters are the names of 20,456 men and women of the Allied Air Forces who lost their lives during the Second World War and have no known grave. We make the longer walk to this memorial by request at the time of booking.

West Amesbury 15 mins

Our stop here is to give you an understanding of the people who built Stonehenge. This is the start of the Stonehenge Avenue and you will stand at the place used by people 5000 yrs ago on their way to perform their rituals and ceremonies


Stones brought over 250 km were transported from this spot after being off-loaded from the river Avon on to their final destination at Stonehenge. A significant archaeological discovery is a Blue Stone Henge recently found here .

Amesbury Archer

His grave contained the oldest gold ever found in Britain but why did this man, buried when Stonehenge was being built, travel 1000 km from the Alps to be here?

Stonehenge 45 mins

This World Heritage site attracts people from all over the world. Standing for 5000 yrs it provides a remarkable insight into the abilities of our ancestors. Our stop at West Amesbury will have provided much information making the visit to these mysterious stones even more fascinating.

Our drive to Salisbury takes the quiet road alongside the River Avon. We pass thatched cottages in picturesque villages. This area is popular with famous celebrities so as we pass bye we can share some gossip with you.

People at Stonhenge

Salisbury Cathedral 45 mins

Boasting England’s highest spire, The Cathedral of St Mary in Salisbury was unusually built without interruption over just 38 yrs. It’s early English Gothic architecture makes it a building of outstanding beauty, famed for the importance placed on music.

Magna Carta

Having seen where it was signed now is the opportunity to see the best of only four remaining copies, located in the Chapter House.

The World’s oldest working clock

Difficult to tell the time because ancient clocks don’t have faces, but this clock tells the time in a very medieval manner

Duration of Tour:  5 hrs.   Book Now…

Cost: £475 for 2 people, additional guests £55 per person

Price includes entrance tickets to all venues.

This tour could be extended by 1hr to include either an additional 60 mins in Salisbury or a drive through the “New Forest” additional cost £50

New Forest

Close to Southampton is the New Forest. The “New” Forest was in fact created 1000 yrs ago as a place for William the Conqueror and his successors to enjoy their sport of hunting wild deer and other animals.

Today, the New Forest, which is a National Park, is home to 3000 wild ponies and other animals and a popular destination for rest and relaxation. The ponies roam freely amongst the woodland and heath land and can be seen on the village commons. One half expects to come across Robin Hood and his Merry Men in any clearing. We shall briefly stop at the spot where William Rufus (William the Conqueror’s son and successor) was killed by a stray arrow .

Magna Carta Memorial Commonwealth Air Forces memorial Kennedy Memorial Runymeade Salisbury Cathedral front view

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Grave goods from the Amesbury Archer. Click on image to enlarge


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