Amesbury, United Kingdom
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clock-o9 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more


See three of England’s architectural treasures on a full-day trip to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford from London. First, check out Windsor Castle, second home to the Queen of England, and opt to upgrade with a guided tour of the castle’s opulent interior. Next, head to Stonehenge to uncover the mystery behind this UNESCO-listed site, and then explore the canals of Oxford on a complimentary walking tour of the city. Upgrade to include entrance fees, or enjoy the flexibility of deciding on the day which attractions you'd like to visit.
  • Full-day trip to Windsor, Stonehenge, and Oxford from London
  • Admire three of England’s greatest sights in one day, with optional interior visits to Windsor Castle and Stonehenge
  • Buy an entrance ticket to Windsor Castle from your guide or explore Windsor independently
  • Purchase an entrance ticket to Stonehenge from your guide or explore independently
  • Enjoy an included walking tour of honey-colored Oxford
  • Choose if you want entrance tickets to Stonehenge or Windsor Castle on the day itself

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

This flexible tour lets you decide on the day if you’d like to buy tickets to Windsor Castle and Stonehenge.
Depart from Victoria Coach Station in an air-conditioned coach and travel to Windsor Castle, an official residence of Queen Elizabeth II. On arrival, show your pre-booked ticket or pay your entrance fee (depending on the option selected) and step inside to see the opulent chambers shrouded in history. Listen to audio commentary and catch a glimpse of the Changing of the Guard ceremony if your visit coincides with the daily performance.
Alternatively, take some free time to explore the charming streets of Windsor. Browse the shops for souvenirs or enjoy a refreshing cup of English tea in a local cafe. Return to the coach after approximately two hours and soak up more scenery on the drive to the UNESCO-listed Stonehenge.
Explore the ring of stones protruding from Salisbury Plain and opt to purchase an entrance ticket for an audio-guided tour of the landmark. Choose to view Stonehenge from outside if you wish, capturing photographs of the mystifying monument from a variety of vantage points.
Continue your journey to Oxford, a beautiful city home to Britain’s oldest and most prestigious university. Follow your guide on a walking tour around the Old Town and hear of the city’s history.
Conclude your tour with a relaxing drive back to your original departure point.


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Dec 2018

We were late at Victoria Coach Station for the trip at 8 a.m. on 9 December 2018. When we arrived at the Victoria Coach Station, the coach had already left. Thankfully, we met a beautiful bespectacled young lady called Nadine from Evans and Evans (if I got her name correct) who went out of her way to help my family to get alternative transport to Windsor Castle to meet the coach so that we could rejoin the rest and continue with the trip. Yes, we managed to arrive in time to meet the guide, Godfrey. Honestly, without Nadine who went out of her way to help us, we would have had missed the trip. Nadine was not only helpful, she did with a warm smile and walked with us to the road and waited with us in the rain for the transport from Addison Lee. Thank you Nadine, for your patience and very kind act. Kudos to you! We deeply appreciate and you made our day!

, Oct 2018

Ugh...this tour is a bit of a drag...most of it comes from the long, LONG bus rides in between destinations. On our particular day, the bus was super-hot, and super-packed which didn't help matters much.

There's also no real need to try to squeeze Oxford into this tour. It adds so much extra time to the tour, and Oxford just wasn't that exciting of a place to visit.

If you hate being jammed in a bus for multiple hours and, after this trip, I REALLY hate long bus rides, then this is probably not the right tour for you.

, Oct 2018

Awe inspiring!

, Oct 2018

We enjoyed the tour and Monica, our tour guide, but perhaps it is a bit much for one day. We hardly had any time at Oxford (barely enough time on our own to find the loo). Six to seven hours were spent on the bus travel so the touring was brief. We did get some good nap time in on the bus, however.

, Sep 2018

Great sites! I only wish we had more tie in each location. Multi-stop tours with Viator tend to be VERY rushed.

, Aug 2018

Tour of 3 major tourist attractions.Andy Jackson was our guide and he was fantastic. He was knowledgeable and had personal stories that added value to the trip

, Jul 2018

Definitely recommend this tour!

, Jul 2018

When we arrived at Stonehenge we were given one hour to complete our tour which included taking a shuttle to the site, listening to the tape presentation, taking shuttle back to gift shop, and walking through gift shop back to bus parking lot. The shuttles took over 20 minutes, getting through the gift shop took 5 min, which left 35 min for listening to the tape at Stonehenge. We rushed through the tape and got to the parking lot 5 to 10 min late and saw our bus backing out. We waved at the bus as it passed us but it didn't stop.

There was another Evans and Evans bus still in the parking lot, which gave us a ride for the remainder of the tour. However, we has left a backpack and book on the original bus which we needed to get back. We discovered the bus drivers or tour guides on both buses had no way to communicate, and the guide on our second bus was unwilling to call the office to help us get our belongings because a call would be too expensive.
When we got back to our hotel I called the contact number I had for Evans and Evans from Viator. I reached a manager named VJ, and he arranged for the bus driver from our bus 284 to bring our stuff to the Evans and Evans office at the Victoria Coach Station by 8:30 AM the next morning. I arrived at the Station a 7:30 AM to make sure I got our backpack and book as soon as possible, because we had a taxi taking us to the airport at 10:30 AM for our flight back to DFW. Unfortunately to bus driver forgot to bring our stuff. I suggested to VJ that he have a taxi take our stuff to our hotel near Marble Arch, which he agreed to. We delayed our taxi pickup by 2 hours and received our belongings 30 minutes before the taxi arrived.
The tour guide, Mike Godfrey, did not give us adequate time to see Stonehenge using the recordings we were given. As we left the gift shop where we had no time to look at anything, we saw Mike walking about 200 feet in front of us, and we tried to walk faster to catch him. When we got to the parking lot we saw our bus pulling out and we waved at it as it passed by us. As previously mentioned they did not stop. The lack of communication between the 2 tour buses and between our bus and the office was shocking and potentially dangerous in the case of a emergency. None of the bus drivers or tour guides seemed interested in helping us get our stuff back. Only when I called VJ did I get any help. Again the bus driver failed to bring our stuff back to the station as promised

, Jul 2018

Wonderful tour.

, Jul 2018

The trip was paid to be in Spanish exclusively, however it was all spoken in English loudly on the bus and the headset that broke down on the way and there was no one else to replace it was the only way I could hear it in Spanish, I did not hear anything she spoke because English was loud and Spanish was low volume, that was awful.

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