Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
Tour Three of England’s Most Important Sights in a Small Group
Join this full-day trip from London for the ultimate day through British history and culture with an expert guide. At Windsor Castle, skip the lines and see how the English Royals have lived since the castle was originally constructed in the 11th century. At Stonehenge, immerse yourself in the mystery of the 4000-year-old Neolithic structures. Lastly in Bath, take in the Roman Baths from the first century AD, the best symbol of Roman Britain.
- Transportation Included
- Windsor Castle, the Royal Weekend Home
- St George's Chapel, Home of the Royal Wedding
- The Queen's Guard
- The Symbol of Prehistoric Britain
- Roman Baths of Bath
- The Roman Empire's Legacy in England
Are you looking for the best day trip from London? For those who have a short time in London, this is the best way to see all the best sights outside the city in an efficient and exciting manner On this tour you will visit thousands of years of English history in one day. This full day tour from London includes:
Private Minibus Transportation from London
Friendly Local Expert Guide
Admission Tickets to Windsor Castle and Stonehenge
Visit to Bath
Maximum Group Size of 19
Nearly 1000 years old, the Norman's built Windsor Castle upon conquering Britain. Built on over 13,000 acres, Windsor Castle includes a fort, a small town and of course the palace.
The preferred weekend home of Queen Elizabeth, see where world leaders have met for centuries and still meet today. Visit the grand state apartments, St George’s Chapel, Queen Mary’s Dolls House and more at your own pace.
After departing Windsor, the next stop on the day trip is Stonehenge. At the UNESCO World Heritage Site, discover one of the ancient world’s most impressive sights. With massive stones weighing over 25 tons each the construction of Stonehenge rivals that of Egypt's Great Pyramids.
Built between 3000 and 2000 BCE, it is still unknown how or why this great stone circle was built. Whether it was built by aliens or more likely as a burial ground by Celtic Druids, Stonehenge is a must-see on your trip to England.
A Roman town named after its most famous feature, Bath is one of the best representations of Roman influence in the UK. The Thermae are arguably the best-preserved Roman baths in the world. To ensure their preservation and the safety of all patrons, in 1978 the baths closed to swimmers.
The natural springs at Bath were used by the native Celts for millennia, leading the Romans to build their baths upon arrival. Learn how the baths have been used and adapted throughout the history of the town.
Other attractions in the town of Bath include the Jane Austen Museum. Dedicated to one of Britain’s most treasured writers famous for books like Pride and Prejudice and more, the museum is a great way to spend your free time in Bath.
After an exciting day of exploring Britain's top attractions, sit back and relax in comfort. Arriving back in London around 8:30 pm, ask your guide for a recommendation to one of London's great restaurants.
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