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Visit some of the top attractions outside of London on this day trip to Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and the historic town of Bath. Start at Windsor Castle, home to the British royal family, for a tour of the State Apartments and St George’s Chapel, and then continue west of London to Salisbury, home of the mysterious Stonehenge rock formations. Finally, arrive in Bath, known for its elegant Georgian architecture and Roman baths. All admission tickets are included in the tour price.
Guided day trip from London to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath
Explore St George's Chapel and the State Apartments at Windsor Castle
Tour the mysterious site of Stonehenge with an exclusive interactive map & VOX audio guide
Take a panoramic tour of Georgian Bath with a guide
Visit the Roman Baths with free audio guide, a well-preserved public bathing pool offering an insight into life during the Roman era
Includes first-class luxury coach with FREE Wi-Fi and the services of a guide
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Visit Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath from London without worrying about transport or entry fees for attractions—you can choose from tour options with two or all entry fees included.
Depart from London and travel out of the city in your air-conditioned coach toward the majestic Windsor Castle. Home of the British Royal Family for 900 years, and location for the 2018 Royal Wedding, Windsor is the world's largest and oldest occupied castle and widely considered one of England’s finest. Explore the lavishly-decorated State Apartments and St George's Chapel with your guide and hear of the castle’s fascinating history and heritage.
Continue on through the rolling green Wiltshire landscape to Stonehenge, a collection of stones dragged to this lonely plain near Salisbury 5,000 years ago. This ancient stone circle is still a place of strong spiritual significance, and continues to capture the imagination of the many visitors it welcomes each year. Why the stones were placed here and what purpose they served remains a mystery though, so wander around the site at your leisure and decide for yourself why these age-old rocks have found themselves here. Take a look around the visitors’ center and learn the history of this ancient, mysterious site. During your visit enjoy a free interactive map and VOX personal headset that is exclusive to this tour.
Next, hop back in your coach and continue onward to Bath, famous for its elegant Georgian architecture and widely considered one of England’s prettiest cities. Follow your guide on a panoramic tour of Bath and be enchanted by the town's beautiful streets and alleyways, capturing the sites on camera as you go. You'll see Bath Abbey and the much-photographed Pulteney Bridge, modeled on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. During the tour, you will see the city’s famous Roman Baths — the best preserved Roman spa from the ancient world.
At the end of your time in Bath, travel back to London’s Victoria Coach Station where your day trip concludes.
No. 1 Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent is a row of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood, the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom and is a Grade I listed building. Although some changes have been made to the various interiors over the years, the Georgian stone façade remains much as it was when it was first built.
Bath Abbey is an Anglican parish church and former Benedictine monastery in Bath, Somerset, England. Founded in the 7th century, it was reorganised in the 10th century and rebuilt in the 12th and 16th centuries; major restoration work was carried out by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the 1860s. It is one of the largest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in the West Country. The cathedral was consolidated to Wells Cathedral in 1539 after the abbey was dissolved in the Dissolution of the Monasteries, but the name of the diocese has remained unchanged.
One of the most photographed examples of Georgian architecture in the city and one of only four bridges in the world to have shops across its full span on both sides, Pulteney Bridge was designed in 1769 by Robert Adam.
The Roman Baths, at the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, consists of the remarkably preserved remains of one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world. The city’s unique thermal springs rise in the site and the Baths still flow with natural hot water.(If you select include admission)
Step back 5,000 years in time to prehistoric Britain as our guide helps bring the history of this fascinating monument to life. Who built Stonehenge? Why was it built? Discover the answer to these questions and the monument’s fascinating link to the Summer and Winter solstice. Come face-to-face with a 5,500-year-old man and visit the world-class exhibition centre, with 250 ancient objects on display.
Our first stop is Windsor Castle, the ancestral home of the British Royal family for more than 900 years and the largest, continuously occupied castle in Europe. Marvel at the splendour of the State Apartments, the grandest apartments in England, where paintings by Van Dyck and Rubens hang from the walls and the ceilings are painted with elaborate, magnificent murals.
Step inside St George’s Chapel, where HRH Prince Harry married Ms Meghan Markle and the tombs of prominent previous monarchs are located, including Henry VIII and Charles I. Don’t miss a colourful display of typical British pageantry that takes place every morning at the Changing the Guard ceremony, where the handover of duties between guards to the Queen takes place. If Her Majesty is in Windsor during your visit, you may be lucky enough to see the Royal Standard flying on the flagpole of the Round Tower.
St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England, is a chapel designed in the high-medieval Gothic style. It is both a Royal Peculiar, a church under the direct jurisdiction of the monarch, and the Chapel of the Order of the Garter. Seating approximately 800,it is located in the Lower Ward of the castle.
If not for his tour, Stonehenge would have just been a pile of rocks.
, Apr 2020
My wife and I fully enjoyed our tour. Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath were wonderful. The bus was very comfortable. The driver was very professional and courteous. The weather wasn't quite cooperating, but our tour guide, Mel, made all the difference. He made history come to life. He made every aspect of the tour absolutely fascinating. Mel filled the time we were in transit with a well researched and completely entertaining overview of British history.
I highly recommend this tour and even more so, our guide, Mel Adams.
An excellent day trip to escape the city for a taste of the English countryside. The tour bus left promptly from Victoria Coach Station, our tour guide Peter, was witty and knowledgeable and shared points of interest, historical facts and other useful information throughout the entire tour. Windsor Castle was the first stop, tickets are obtained by the guide as part of the tour, there is a security checkpoint then your tour begins with a multimedia guide. You will get a chance to explore the State Apartments and St George’s Chapel (useful tip: photography is not permitted in these areas). The changing of the guards is also a great highlight to see, overall you will have a little under 2 hours to explore, so use your time wisely. Stonehenge is a bit of a drive so take the opportunity to rest up on the bus. The tour company provides a great little guide for you to explore the history and myths of Stonehenge, which is truly an awesome site to take in (useful tip: please note for conservation purposes you are not permitted to get close to the stones because in the past visitors have defaced the monument). You are transported to the actual site via a shuttle bus which runs every 15 minutes from the parking areas you will have about an hour to explore the site and take in all the facts. However if you are prefer to capture a few pictures, and not explore there is a nice gift shop and cafe to catch a quick bite as there are no actual lunch stops included in the tour. Breathtaking Bath is the last stop, the quaint historic town is really enjoyable, there is an option to explore the Roman Baths which is recommended however the multimedia tour is a bit long, so you will need to time yourself accordingly if you wish to explore some of the town also, you will have about 2 hours in Bath so use your time wisely. The views leaving Bath are great so I recommend you stay awake for about 15 minutes to get some nice snapshots, the drive back to London is long so you can take a nap on drive back. I recommend you dress comfortably for the trip with comfortable walking shoes as some areas you explore are steep, travelling with water is also recommended, warm food is not allowed on the bus, however snacks and cold foods are permitted (e.g. chips, sandwiches etc.) Overall this is a great day trip and ideal if you want to see a bit more of England, Peter is a great tour guide and Valentine the bus driver was also great. Lastly try to be at the bus at least 5 minutes before the stated departure time to be courteous to your fellow travellers and allow for a more efficient, enjoyable and timely trip.
Amazing impressions and high-quality-tour company / guide / driver
, Mar 2020
It was a fantastic trip! Our guide Eugene was very knowledgeable and entertaining. He knew a lot about those places and he really shared hiw knowledge. He was also not pushy but very friendly. The driver Dave was also good, no complaints. Safety should always come first, especially if you travel on a bus. The bus was modern. We were the first group at Windsor Castle in line on Saturday and Eugene made sure we did not have to wait. Of course, everyone in a big group has to be on board. You cannot wait on a single person getting coffee until other groups pass you. We were able to see the Staterooms, St. Georges and the Changing of the guards. In our 2 hours there, we were also able to see the wonderful Mall leading to the Castle. Stonehenge was wonderful, so was Bath.
To everyone who is complaining that they do not have enough time at those places: Just read the information that is provided! You know that you simply can't spend a day at Windsor. You could spend a week there, but if you are limited in time, that is not possible. Also, Stonehenge has a history that spreads a few thousand years and the whole areal is huge. You could camp there and would still explore new things. Bath is also wonderful for a weekend getaway. But hey, you are on vacation and you decided to see those three wonderful places on one day, so don't complain afterwards. Read everything you can get before visiting those places, and afterwards too. Thus you can make the most out of it. Also, if you complain about not having enough time, open a map and see how far away from London and each other those places are. But don't be lazy and complain afterwards. For a short impression, the trip was really wonderful. Oh, and I have been working in the travel industry for quite a while, this trip / tour company was - at least during our experience - superb!
Fantastic trip. Thank you so much to Mel our guide and Paul our driver.
Mel explained everything we needed to know before we arrived at each destination.
Please try to make sure Mel and Paul are in charge of your trip.
Andy who’s a retired Army and Scotland Yard officer, was an excellent guide. Extremely knowledgeable and an outstanding story teller. Made the shuttle rides go by quickly. Would highly recommend this tour. Keep in mind Evan tours has a booth at the Victoria Coach station that you need to check into first.
We did the Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Bath tour knowing it would be a full day. Our driver, Steve and guide, Rodney were great. The trip was well paced and the timing was good. We had a good visit at each site and were back home by 7:00 pm.
Full day but very enjoyable.