Approx. 11 hoursStart time
The tour departs from Victoria Coach Station (Gate 1-5), 164 Buckingham Palace Road.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time.
The tour returns to Victoria Train Station.
Take in the sights of the scenic city of Bath, contemplate the mysteries of the massive stones at Stonehenge and explore Windsor Castle, among the largest and oldest occupied castles in the world.
This tour is accompanied by a Blue-Badge guide which is the highest accreditation given to UK tour guides.
This tour to Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge departs from Victoria Coach Station (Gate no 1-5). Board your air-conditioned coach and set out to explore some of the most enduring landmarks of England, accompanied by an English-speaking guide.
Reach Windsor and begin with a visit to Windsor Castle, which is an official residence of the Queen. The castle is about 900 years old. One of the highlights is the magnificent St. George’s Chapel. While here you will visit the state rooms and (subject to schedule) enjoy the changing of the guard ceremony.
You will then be taken to Stonehenge, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrive at Stonehenge and walk around the mystifying circular formation of tall, standing stones. Experts still debate whether these were intended as an observatory of the moon, a temple to the sun, or an elaborate cemetery.
Proceed to Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Start with an orientation tour of Bath which will show you Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge on the river Avon. You will then enjoy a guided tour of the Roman Baths.
The tour ends at Victoria Train Station in London.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details
As Windsor Castle contains working chapels and residences, there may be changes to the itinerary on certain dates. St George’s Chapel cannot be visited on Sunday.
Tour itinerary and timings are subject to change.
Viewing at Windsor Castle is restricted on Sundays as St. George's Chapel is closed to visitors on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. On rare occasions the State Apartments may be closed - visitors can still enjoy the extensive Castle Precincts, St George's Chapel (except on Sundays and certain other dates), Queen Mary's Dolls' House and the exhibition in the Drawings Gallery. As a working royal palace, the Castle is used frequently by The Queen for State ceremonies and official entertaining and opening arrangements may change with no notice.
When the State Apartments are closed the Semi-State Rooms will not be open.
Those booking senior or student options will be required to provide proof of age on the day of the tour. Anyone not able to provide such proof will be charged the additional amount locally.
The Castle is closed - We will visit Hampton Court Palace instead
14th April 2017
16th April 2017
19th June 2017
The State Apartments are closed on the following dates: We will visit Queen Mary’s Dolls House and St Georges Chapel instead :
25th April 2017
18th and 20th June 2017
good timing :)...
Our guide Claudia was very knowledgeable and entertaining and driver Malcolm was excellent. I enjoyed the tour immensely. If anything I wish we had a bit more time for...
I had booked a tour for Bath, Stonehenge and Windsor Castle on 10th april 2017 but, due to train cancellations on the day, i missed to board my bus. I spoke to the tour operator...
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