Our first stop is Windsor Castle, the ancestral home of the British Royal family for more than 900 years and the largest, continuously occupied castle in Europe. Marvel at the splendour of the State Apartments, the grandest apartments in England, where paintings by Van Dyck and Rubens hang from the walls and the ceilings are painted with elaborate, magnificent murals.
Step inside St George’s Chapel, where HRH Prince Harry married Ms Meghan Markle and the tombs of prominent previous monarchs are located, including Henry VIII and Charles I. Don’t miss a colourful display of typical British pageantry that takes place every morning at the Changing the Guard ceremony, where the handover of duties between guards to the Queen takes place. If Her Majesty is in Windsor during your visit, you may be lucky enough to see the Royal Standard flying on the flagpole of the Round Tower.
Step back 5,000 years in time to prehistoric Britain as our guide helps bring the history of this fascinating monument to life. Who built Stonehenge? Why was it built? Discover the answer to these questions and the monument’s fascinating link to the Summer and Winter solstice. Come face-to-face with a 5,500-year-old man and visit the world-class exhibition centre, with 250 ancient objects on display.
Our last stop will be a tour of the historic city of Bath, originally built as a place of well-being and relaxation by the Romans when they first arrived in Britain. Home to Britain’s only natural thermal hot springs, Bath is a delightful city where the ancient meets the contemporary world. Travel through thousands of years of history in one city; marvel at its unique honey-coloured Georgian architecture, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and visit the ancient Roman Baths.
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Tour Starts: 8.00am, Victoria Coach Station (boarding commences at 7.30am)
Tour Finishes: approx 7.00pm, Victoria Train Station
Due to over-running roof renovations at Victoria Coach Station there may be some variation on the scheduled departure time. Thank you for your understanding during this time.
Entrance to Windsor and Stonehenge is included in the tour price. Roman Baths is only included when choosing the option 'including entrances' in the booking panel.
Viewing at Windsor Castle is restricted on Sundays. On rare occasions the State Apartments may be closed. More Details
Windsor Castle will be closed from 07-18 January 2019. Our tour will visit Windsor and the guide will take you on a walking tour.
- Can you visit St George's Chapel Windsor?
St George’s chapel is open to visitors 6 days a week. Opening hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 4pm
- How far is Windsor from London?
Windsor is around 25 miles (40km) from London, with journey times typically taking between 50-75 minutes depending on traffic.
- How much time do you need to see Windsor Castle?
The official website for Windsor Castle recommends allowing 2.5/3 hours for your visit, although you’ll likely need less in winter months when there are fewer visitors.
- How close to Stonehenge can I get?
The nearest visitors can get to the stones is around 10-15 yards as the monument is cordoned off by a small, knee-high rope barrier. However, it is possible to walk among the stones of the ‘inner circle’ outside of public ours on a special access tour.
- Do you need tickets for Stonehenge?
Entrance to Stonehenge is managed through timed tickets. Remember to check the time on your ticket as you have a 30-minute slot in which to arrive.
Pre-booking your tickets is the best way to guarantee entry on the day and ensure you are able to enter at the time of your choice. Tickets can be pre-purchased up to 3 hours in advance of your visit.
- When should I visit Stonehenge?
Stonehenge is fantastic year-round. However, we recommend visiting in winter when there are fewer visitors. At the end of the day, you may be lucky enough to catch the sun going down behind the stones to the southwest.
- How far from London is Bath?
Bath is around 115 miles (185km) from London, with journey times typically taking between 2.5/3.5 hours to drive, depending on traffic.