Explore regal Windsor, a town replete with history and sure to ensnare you with its beauty, before uncovering the mysterious and enigmatic Stonehenge. Complete this enthralling tour with a visit to striking Roman Bath.
Daily (Windsor Castle closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays, a walking tour of Windsor operates on these days)
English – Thursday to Monday
Chinese (Mandarin) – Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays
Japanese – Monday and Saturdays
Korean - Fridays
Spanish – Sundays
Departure time: 8:00am
Return time: approx. 8:00pm to Gloucester Road
Departure point: Stop Z6 outside 50 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1W 0DH
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Return point: Due to legal working hour’s restrictions for our drivers, this tour will finish within a 2 or 3 minute walk of Gloucester Road Underground Station.This station is in Zone 1 and is three stops Eastbound on the Circle Line or the District Line to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also runs through Gloucester Road, and is only 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.
Face coverings are no longer mandatory in Windsor Castle, however they are encouraged.
Download the audio tour in advance, please search for the ‘Stonehenge Audio Tour’ in your App store, until further notice.
Windsor castle is closed on 26th of December so we will be operating a walking tour of Windsor instead
Windsor Castle is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesday, we will offer a walking tour instead on those days.
You must bring the e-ticket provided to gain entry to this tour.
Our vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day.
During peak periods, additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
Windsor Castle is a working royal palace and planned closures/disruptions may be subject to change.
When the State Apartments are closed the Precincts, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House and the Drawings Gallery will remain open.
St. George’s Chapel is closed to visitors on Sundays.
Steeped in history, Windsor Castle perches proudly on a lush wooded hill overlooking the Thames. Dating back to Norman times, with sweeping landscaped gardens and turreted Round Tower, it’s easy to see why it’s the King’s favourite weekend residence royal Windsor. Enjoy a fascinating through–the–keyhole peek at the lavish State Apartments, home to priceless artworks by Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci, and visit St. George’s Chapel, the atmospheric final resting place of former monarchs including Henry VIII. You can visit Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, a truly incredible structure complete with working lifts, running water, electricity and wine bottles, all in miniature!
The true meaning of this ancient, awe-inspiring creation has been lost in the mists of time. Was Stonehenge a temple for sun worship, a healing centre, a burial site or perhaps a huge calendar? How did our ancestors manage to carry the mighty stones from so far away and then, using only the most primitive of tools, build this amazing structure? Surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress.
Standing proudly on the slopes of the River Avon, beautiful Bath was the first city in England to be designated an UNESCO World Heritage site. The gorgeous 15th century Bath Abbey, the stunning Georgian architecture, the romantic Pulteney Bridge, modeled on Florence's Ponte Vecchio, are all sights to linger on in the memory of your day.
Roman Baths and Pump Rooms
No tour of Bath would be complete without a visit to the famous Roman Baths that gave the city its name. This beautifully preserved bathing complex still flows with water from Britain’s only hot spring. Marvel at the dazzling torch–lighting ceremony as dusk falls (not applicable in summer) and sip Bath’s healing waters in the Pump Room, a stunning neo–classical salon.
Estimated arrival time back in London is around 8:00pm