Windsor has been the home of Kings and Queens for centuries. Wander its cobbled streets and visit it's castle - the longest-occupied Castle by any British Monarch.
Unravel the mystery behind Stonehenge and its construction more than 5,000 years ago and visit the world's largest occupied castle - home of the English and British monarchy for more than 900 years and official residence of Her Majesty The Queen.
Plus, discover a real gem that is the beautiful English city of Oxford, home to the world-famous university and incredible architecture dating back to Saxon times.
Victoria Coach Station Our team will be waiting to greet you by our Welcome Desk at Victoria Coach Station, and will direct you to the correct departure gate. Victoria Coach Station is a 10-15 minute walk from London Victoria Station and Victoria Underground Station, and our Welcome Desk is located in-front of Gates 1 and 2: Please arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time for boarding.
Start your day off with a display of typical British pomp and pageantry that takes place on select mornings at the Changing the Guard ceremony.
Inside the State Apartments, the grandest in all of England, you will explore the same rooms that are used today by The Queen and members of the Royal Family. The walls in each room are adorned with incredible paintings and murals from history's most famous artists and lined with priceless treasures from all over the world.
Later, you'll visit the scene of one of the most famous royal weddings of recent times. It was in St George's Chapel where HRH Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in 2018 in a ceremony broadcast to millions around the world.
Stonehenge is perhaps one of the most famous Neolithic monuments in the world. Plenty of mystery and intrigue surrounds this ancient site, and its construction and origin has divided opinion and stirred controversy over the many years since its discovery.
There are plenty of things to see and do during your time visiting this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Take a walk around the perimeter of the Stone Circle; an essential part of any visit
Step inside reconstructed Neolithic houses to see how people lived 4,500 years ago
Watch a display of ancient domestic skills, including flint knapping, rope making and grinding grai
Visit the 360-degree audio-visual display at the visitor centre and see what it feels like to stand in the middle of the Stone Circle
Visit the world-class exhibition centre, where over 250 objects and treasures are on display, including jewellery, pottery and even ancient human remains
We end our day with a visit to 'The City of Dreaming Spires', perhaps best known for its world-famous university and incredible architecture.
The origins of Oxford University can be traced back to the 11th century, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world.
Throughout the city, elegant stone spires and domes rise up into the city skyline from medieval stone buildings. Little surprise, then, that this beautiful city has provided the backdrop for countless movie and TV series, including Harry Potter.
Enjoy a walking tour of the city with our expert guide, who will bring the history and charm of this beautiful city to life. As you walk through the cobbled streets, you'll see architecture from every period in English history, from early Saxon right through to Gothic Revival.
This is the only place in the country where you'll find buildings from every period in English history, which is what makes Oxford so unique.
London Victoria Train Station Your Tour will finish outside London Victoria Train Station, centrally located and easily accessible by national rail and underground, it is serviced by the Victoria, District and Circle Lines and is in Travel Zone 1.