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Stonehenge tour or on our own?

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My husband and I are leaving for England in 6 days. We will be in Liverpool for 4 days then off to London for 4 days. We are interested in seeing Stonehenge but I'm not sure that I want to take an all day tour (Stonehenge, Bath, Windsor). Are the tours worth it? If so, can anyone recommend a specific tour company? Is it worth spending an entire day outside of London? It is our first trip to London so I don't really want to lose a day in the city if there could be too many other sights to see. Price would be a factor but from what I've researched, most are about 75-110 pounds/person.

Would it be better or even easily possible to go out there on our own?

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