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Tour of Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle with transport included
Travel to Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge with this full-day excursion from London. Entrances are not included, giving you the freedom to organize your day the way you want. Pre-purchase tickets before departure or just explore areas at your leisure. Whatever activities you choose to do, you’ll enjoy spotting 17th-century monuments lining the cobbled streets of Windsor, discovering mysterious Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain and admiring Bath’s stunning Georgian architecture.
Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle guided tour with tickets
Embark on an enchanting journey through time on this captivating full-day tour from London. Unlock the secrets of Windsor Castle as you wander through its State Apartments, adorned with masterpieces by the likes of Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci. Marvel at the whimsical intricacy of Queen Mary’s dolls’ house, complete with functional lights and flowing water. Feel the weight of history at St. George’s Chapel, a hallowed sanctuary where past monarchs find their eternal rest.
But the adventure doesn’t stop there. Immerse yourself in the elegance of the Grand Pump Room in Bath, where you’ll savor the sensation of spa water-tasting. And just when you thought the journey couldn’t get more extraordinary, witness the enigmatic allure of Stonehenge, an ancient marvel that has puzzled and fascinated for generations. Enjoy this day of discovery, where each moment is a brushstroke painting a vivid picture of England’s rich heritage.
Stonehenge, Bath, & Salisbury with Guide and Transportation
First, you’ll see Stonehenge, an ancient wonder that still puzzles visitors to this day. The 5,000-year-old stones have captivated researchers for hundreds of years, so join in with the speculation. Surrounded by a large green field, Salisbury Cathedral offers a beautiful picturesque scene in this lovely city. The Cathedral spire is the UK’s tallest, and the English Gothic architecture is perfect for stunning photo ops. You can also see one of the four remaining copies of the legendary Magna Carta document inside.
The last stop on your day trip from London is the Georgian city of Bath. A World Heritage Site, the city boasts various architectural gems, including the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, and the charming Pulteney Bridge (modeled on Florence’s Ponte Vecchio). You can take a stroll through Bath and follow its cobbled streets, visit its unique shops, and experience its diverse attractions.
Windsor Castle, Oxford and Stonehenge tour
It’s hard to believe that the imposing Windsor Castle is a working residence, but pay a visit to this lavish fortress, and you’ll soon discover why this residence is loved by the Royal family. Overlooking the Thames and a stone’s throw away from Windsor town, you’ll be able to peek inside the luxurious State Apartments and marvel at the priceless artwork by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt that hangs on the walls. You can even see Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, which is a beautiful model royal home that features electricity, running water, and working lifts – every young Queen’s dream!
Leave Windsor behind and spy on the mysterious Stonehenge as you approach Salisbury Plain. You’ll be able to get up close to the 5,000-year-old monument during this visit to the stones and learn why its origins have puzzled experts for hundreds of years. Now, you can make up your own mind and solve the mystery yourself. Your next stop of the day will be Oxford, where you can stroll through the quaint cobbled streets and get a real feel for the historic city.
Tour of Buckingham Palace and Stonehenge
If you really want to see how the Queen spends her spare time, why not visit her home and get a behind-the-scenes tour of her life? Buckingham Palace is the royal family’s official residence and is only open to the public for 8 weeks of the year, so this is a rare chance to revel in the luxurious ballrooms, fantastic throne room, and beautiful gardens.
With an architectural marvel behind you, you’ll move on to a more natural one: Stonehenge. But how did these enormous standing rocks come to be situated on Salisbury Plain? And what were they for? Perhaps they were used as a place of worship, an ancient astronomical clock, or even a Bronze Age burial ground. No-one really knows, so you can enjoy your visit, speculating and deciding for yourself.
Simply Stonehenge Tour – Afternoon
Take your time during this extended visit to Stonehenge! Departing from Central London, you will be taken straight to the stones to enjoy a mystical afternoon at this ancient attraction. Stonehenge has stood on Salisbury Plain for around 5,000 years, and it’s still unknown how the prehistoric monument came to rest there. Make up your own mind during this visit and discover the fascinating theories behind these sturdy rocks.
Upon arrival, educational audio guides will be available in different languages (French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian, Dutch and Polish). The tour finishes between 7:00pm to 8:00pm in Kensington. Stonehenge Visitor CentreStonehenge now has a fantastic, up-to-date visitor experience! The new visitor center includes a museum housing permanent and temporary exhibitions, a large shop and a brand new café.
Stonehenge and Bath full-day tour
Escape the hustle and bustle of London for the day and visit two incredible UK attractions in one trip – the historical Stonehenge and the fascinating Bath. Ancient anthropological history, beautiful architecture, and stunning scenery make this a truly special adventure. A designated World Heritage Site, Bath is filled end to end with stunning buildings and architecture. Travel through the idyllic streets lined with beautiful buildings made from Bathstone, wander along the banks of the River Avon, cross the Pulteney Bridge, and pay a visit to the 15th Century Abbey. You’ll take a walk through the city with an expert guide and soak up the history before heading to the ancient Roman Baths. These are a definite must-see, and you can explore the baths and the pump rooms and even have a chance to drink the warm water that’s said to have healing qualities.
Then, you’ll head to the mysterious site on the Salisbury Plains, known as Stonehenge. As you approach the breathtaking formation of towering stones, the knowledge that they have stood for around 5,000 years fills you with reverence and wonder. Take your time exploring, taking pictures, and listening to the theories of how it came to be. Don’t forget to visit the exhibition to learn even more!
- Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
- Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.