- Full-day tour from London to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath
- Explore beautiful St George's Chapel and the State Apartments at Windsor Castle
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge with a guide
- Sit down to enjoy lunch at The George Inn, a traditional English pub in the village of Lacock
- Enjoy a coach tour of the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, home of the famous author Jane Austen
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You get to see all the classic sites outside London on this full-day journey. Extra perk: the homespun lunch at an old pub in the English village of Lacock.
Recent Photos of This Tour
- StonehengePhoto by: Elaine P
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- StonehengePhoto by: Tracy H
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- Roman Bath exhibitPhoto by: Elena K
- Inside Roman Baths - view on ...Photo by: Elena K
- cute house at LacockPhoto by: Elena K
- Our meal at Lacock pubPhoto by: Elena K
- Village of LacockPhoto by: Elena K
- StonehengePhoto by: Elena K
- Rainy WindsorPhoto by: Elena K
- StonehengePhoto by: Holly R
- Stone hengePhoto by: GEHAN B
- Bath cityPhoto by: GEHAN B
- Stonehenge tourPhoto by: SUKRU C
- Traditional Pub LunchPhoto by: Camz
What You Can Expect
Along the way, hear tales about this medieval royal residence, the world’s oldest occupied castle, still used by Queen Elizabeth II as a weekend residence and for state ceremonies.
On arrival, be one of the first visitors to enter, and beat the crowds on a guided tour of the opulent State Apartments and St George’s Chapel. Soak up the sense of pageantry and 1,000-year history and then continue by coach to Stonehenge.
Admire England’s countryside as you travel to Salisbury Plain, the home of this UNESCO-listed stone circle, whose origins stretch back 4,500 years. Marvel at the prehistoric edifice, now generally thought to have been a temple aligned to the movements of the sun. Gaze at the stones, ponder how they were transported here and explore the cutting-edge visitor center to see the archaeological and virtual displays.
Next, continue to the picture-postcard village of Lacock, one of England’s prettiest spots. The 13th-century village has starred in period TV drama adaptations such as Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, as well as movies such as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Head inside The George Inn, a welcoming, 14th-century pub, and savor a delicious, traditional English lunch. On rare occasions, when the inn is shut, you will visit a similar, nearby pub for your meal.
Duly refreshed, venture onward to the handsome Georgian city of Bath, once home to Jane Austen, the beloved,18th-century novelist. Enjoy a panoramic coach tour of the honey-stoned architecture, admiring top Bath attractions such as the sublime Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge on route.
Then, take a short guided stroll past the famous Roman Baths and impressive Bath Abbey. Delve into the cobblestone streets, browse for souvenirs and take snapshots of the lovely 18th-century buildings.
Your tour then concludes with drop-off in central London.
Please note: On busy days, this tour may run in reverse order and start with the visit to Bath.
Awesome trip! All great places to visit. Plenty of time at each stop.
We traveled with our two sons, 12 and 10, who were engaged throughout the entire day. We all had an amazing time our guide Tara offered inside to everything around us from the moment we departed Victoria Station in London extremely knowledgeable! We did not feel rush we had time to explore by ourselves as well as with the group. It is definitively worth the time and the price is just right.
Great day, very informative
Great tour and a lot of fun
Highly recommend this tour. Was able to spend plenty of time at each location. Mike was a terrific guide. Great time.
Excellent tour! Must see places if visiting London area. Very good guide, confortable bus and good amount of time to visit the sites.
It was a very long day but we saw so much. We had a great driver and guide. I only was surprised that entrance fee to the Roman baths were not already included in the price of the tour.
Worth every penny. And our tour guide and driver made in even more enjoyable
This was an extremely well run tour. We were lucky to have beautiful weather which made the day near perfect. My only criticism would be that before we head home after Bath a short tour around Bath in the bus would have been nice. We were lucky enough to arrive in timeto see the Roman Baths but we didn't really know what else to look at in the free time we had.