• Location: London, United Kingdom
  • Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
From USD $ 78.95 View price calendar

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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

What You Can Expect

Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford Custom Day Trip

See Christ Church College on your walking tour of Oxford

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.

Customer Reviews

Michael H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 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


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Definitely recommend this tour!

Kai S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Wonderful tour.

laura l

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Our Evan Evans tour was magnificent and our tour guide nice, funny and very informative!!
I would highly recommend this tour!!! Try to get Chris as your guide!!

Mark P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Tour guide, Kevin, and driver, Steve, were great. Kevin very knowledgeable about English history. Kept us amused and informed during the intervals between tour stops. Tour was a little hurried but that would be expected trying to do this much in 11 hours. Suggest maybe one less activity?

Naveen F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

Both Guide and Driver were amazing. Though we were together from 8am to 8pm but never felt bored. Sense of humour was great combined with great knowledge from historic and forward looking perspective. Deservd to be a 5 Star Service

Cari R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

This tour was wonderful and Claudia was a great tour guide. She knows her stuff when it comes to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford. I would recommend this tour to everyone.

Heather W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2018

Our guide Andy Jackson did a great job. With traffic and travel, there is not a lot of time for each location, but Andy and Mick were very efficient and we got about 90 minutes at each site, which is probably all you could hope for on a single day trip. Andy is very knowledgeable.

Karynna Singapore

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2018

Super intelligent tour guide who was friendly and very sweet. The tour was a bit fast-paced, but necessary to see all the sights in one day. It was a good mix of walking with the tour guide and free time to explore on your own.

Patricia A United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2018

This Evan Evans tour was spectacular, beginning to end. En route, our tour guide pointed out historical landmarks and the homes of famous Brits in literature and theater. She shared insights throughout--in English and Japanese, to the delight of the Japanese visitors on board. I could listen to her speak all day. Her cadence, her wit and her brilliance reminded me of a great professor. I wish I could remember her name but I doubt that the company has a lot of guides who speak Japanese.

We arrived at Windsor Castle before the gate opened. Our tour guide explained it was by design. We could see why: By the time we were admitted, there were hundreds in line behind us. The castle itself was something out of a fairy tale! You don't want to go to London without experiencing its majesty.

Once admitted, and equipped with beautiful keepsake wristbands and audio tour gear, we were able to wander at our leisure. I probably spent far too much time in St. George's. It was an absolute thrill to walk down the aisle where, a few weeks later, Meghan Markle would become a royal. My only wish is that we could have explored the grounds longer. There was SO much history in that place and so much to see!

Our next stop was Stonehenge, which I understand, has been redeveloped to create a more pleasant tourist experience. Like many, I was expecting some mystical experience. Nope. Maybe it was because it was a chilly, misty day it just looked like rocks. I took a few photos and scurried back to the tourist center. It was enough that I had scratched off something else from my bucket list.

Our guide shared insights en route to Oxford and in town that I had not heard before. Her approach was more academic, and I enjoyed that.

I only had two days of sightseeing before beginning a week of workshops near Oxford, and Evan Evans graciously allowed me to bring my luggage just a carry-on and end my tour in Oxford instead of going all the way back to London. That saved time and money, and was the cherry on top of an absolutely glorious day. Thank you, Evan Evans!

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