The best of Old England awaits you with this magical full-day tour. Be a guest at 900-year-old Windsor Castle, the official residence of The Queen and the largest inhabited castle in the world. Within the Windsor Castle, you’ll tour the State Apartments, and the Semi State rooms, which are furnished with Royal treasures including paintings, tapestries, porcelain, sculpture and armor. You might even run into King Henry VIII—just one of the Windsor castle’s resident ghosts. Then it’s on to the equally mysterious prehistoric monument, Stonehenge. Built about 5,000 years ago, Stonehenge’s precise orientation on the rising and setting sun is probably its most remarkable feature. Last stop? Beautiful Bath, where you’ll temper to the relaxing hot and cold Roman baths built over 19 centuries ago. Bath also offers some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, including the former Benedictine monastery, Bath Abbey.
Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge
Enjoy this jolly good tour of Jolly Old England.
Here’s what’s included:
- Choice of 2 tour options: escorted tour with lunch pack, escorted tour or the Discovery tour (site entrances or lunch pack not included).
- Discover tour without entrances lunch pack includes:
- Full-day, tour aboard a luxury air-conditioned touring coach with a bathroom from London to Windsor, Bath, and Stonehenge.
- See Stonehenge.
- Visit Windsor Castle.
- See the famous Roman Baths and Bath Abbey.
- Does not includes entrances
- Escorted tour with lunch pack includes:
- Select Free Walking Tours in London
- vouchers must be collected from the Golden Tours Office in Victoria
- on day of the tour and must be used within 48 hours after Coach
- Tour date. (not offered for Discovery Tours)
- Entrance into Windsor Castle State Apartments.
- Free entry into Windsor Castle, St George’s Chapel and Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House.
- Entrance into Stonehenge viewing.
- Visit to the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms.
- Complimentary lunch pack with sandwich, bottlled water and fruit
- All entrance fees
- Commentary available in English and Spanish.
- Groups of 10 or more get a 5% discount on Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge Tour.
- Special reduced rate for children ages 3 -16.
- Reservation must be made at least 24 hours before tour begins. Details on making reservations are included with your voucher.
- This tour begins at 8:45am and finishes at approximately 7:00pm.
- For hotel pick up times please refer to the FAQ section.
- Tour operates daily.
- Travelers should wait by the concierge desk for pickup of their tour.
- Once the tour has been reserved the tour is non-refundable.
- Voucher must be exchanged within 6 months of purchase date.
- Prices are subject to change.
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