Explore 3 of UK’s most famous tourist attractions on a 1-day tour from London! Visit Windsor Castle, explore the mysterious site of the Stonehenge and enjoy a wonderful walking tour of the city of Oxford, also known as ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’.
Enjoy a trip to the majestic Windsor Castle and enjoy audio commentary in 10 languages! Enjoy admission to the Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Experience the medieval charm and stunning architecture of Oxford on a walking tour with a professional guide in tow.
Windsor Castle is, unfortunately, closed on these dates: April 9 & 10, May 5 and June 14 & 15
On the above days, you will be offered the tour as scheduled. However, since you will not be able to enter the Castle, you will be taken on a guided walking tour. Covering the turrets and the outer walls of the castle, the long walk (which is used for processions) and a great shot of one of the castle courtyards from the outer gates - this trail is as enjoyable as the one outside. You will also be able to see the quaint streets, learn how this town has played such an intrinsic part in UK history and see views of where the recent Royal Wedding Procession passed by. After the walking tour you will also have some free time to wander around this beautiful market town.
Reach Victoria coach station at the scheduled time in the morning for the start of the tour. On this tour from London, you will be visiting the following attractions:
Windsor Castle: Enjoy a visit to the Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, representing 900 years of British history. With more than 1,000 rooms, 13 acres of land, and more than 45,000 square metres of floor space, Windsor Castle is the official residences of the Queen.
Stroll through the picturesque castle grounds and see The State Apartments, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, The Semi-State Rooms and St George’s Chapel. Explore the magnificent State Apartments, still used for State occasions and Royal receptions. The Royal Collection boasts paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and the famous triple portrait of Charles I by Sir Anthony van Dyck.
Stonehenge: The Stonehenge continues to be a mystery. Explore this prehistoric stone circle on Salisbury Plain, believed to have been built between 3000 and 2000 BC. 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. First erected some 6000 years ago, it has been calculated that it took 3 phases of constructions, thirty million hours of labour and the transportation of masses of colossal rocks across mountains and rivers to complete the Stonehenge.
Oxford Walking Tour: Stroll through one of the most famous university cities in the world, in the company of a professional guide. There’s much to see in this quaint and charming city. Admire the stunning architecture, wander the cobbled alleyways and experience the famous Bridge of Sighs, Trinity College, Ashmolean Museum and The Sheldonian Theatre.
The tour ends at the Victoria train station.
Note: Windsor Castle is closed on certain dates. For more details, refer to the "Please Note" section.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Windsor Castle is, unfortunately, closed on these dates: April 9 & 10, May 5 and June 14 & 15. On the above days, you will be offered the tour as scheduled. However, since you will not be able to enter the Castle, you will be taken on a guided walking tour.
The Sate Apartments are closed on April 16 & 22, May 4, 6 & 7 and June 16.
St. George's Chapel is closed on April 8, June 12 & 13 and August 1 (12pm onwards).
*You will visit the Windsor Castle on these dates, though the State Apartments & St. George's Chapel will remain closed on the respective dates.
Stonehenge will be closed to visitors on June 20 & 21.
On 21 June, 20, we will visit Avebury instead of Stonehenge. Avebury is a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles, around the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, in southwest England. One of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain, it contains the largest stone circle in Europe.