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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.
I had an amazing time. My tour guide, Robert, was very knowledgable and made the experience 10 times more entertaining with his wit and humor. I would definitely recommend this tour with this guide to all my friends
It was a jam packed day with so much to see. Our tour guide, Mel made it a five star experience with his awesome sense of humor, story telling ability, and incredible knowledge of history. Vin got us from destination to destination safely and comfortably. We could easily have spent a lot more time at each destination, but as Mel said at the beginning, this is meant to be a taste of each.
We had a wonderful time on our tour outside of London. The weather, however, had other plans for us. The UK was experiencing Storm Dennis and unfortunately we had to compete.
The tour departs from Victoria Coach Station, right outside the Evan Evans ticket office. Everyone was very helpful with information and informing us where we need to queue up. The tour bus was very clean (no hot food or beverages allowed). As we headed out of the city, our guide Tony, informed us of all the sites we were seeing.
Once arriving at Windsor Castle, we queued up, however after about 30 minutes were informed the castle would not be opened as the weather was too poor.
From there, we had some time to kill before getting to Stonehenge so Tony took us on a great tour of villages through the countryside. While we had to see it all through the bus windows, it was still nice to be able to see so much.
Because of the weather, Stonehenge was quite quiet so we were able to get right on a shuttle and head out to the stones. Very informative and such a wonder to see! We didn't linger long as the wind and rain grew quite intense. We were then given about 45 minutes to visit the gift shop and café.
Back on the bus, we headed further west to Bath (making a quick stop in Lacock to see some sites). The Roman Bath was very interesting and it was nice to be able to wonder on our own. The town was very lovely and it would have been nice to spend more then 90 minutes exploring (however at this point we were drenched and cold and ready to be back on the bus). The townsfolk were very friendly and very helpful.
The drive back to London took just under 3 hours and for the most part was very quiet. We did grow a bit frustrated with the folks directly behind us as they played their devices loudly and without regard to others sitting around them but, not much you can do in that situation. The bus made three different drop offs, a different locations and Tony helped get folks to the right one based on their final destination.
We very much enjoyed getting out of the city and were extremely disappointed to miss out on Windsor. *Tony informed us if we emailed Evan Evans office we could request a refund. I'm still awaiting word back from the tour office on that. Obviously they can't guarantee pleasant weather. I very much recommend taking this tour.