A full day sightseeing tour across Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath. This tour includes visiting the famous ancient Roman Baths and home to Queen Elizabeth, Windsor Castle. We compare tours from the leading sightseeing suppliers. Visit these great locations across the UK from central London. You will also get back in time to London in time for a fabulous London show!
Windsor Castle has been the Royal home and Official Residence of the Queen and her family for over 900 years. Located high above the River Thames, this residence is an impressive sight for Royal receptions. It is a must see for any visitor to Windsor.
The tours on offer will visit the magnificent State Apartments, you will also explore the castle grounds and St. George's Chapel, built in the 14th century. The Chapel is one of the most beautiful examples of medieval religious architecture and will be one of the highlights on your visit. It was the burial place for queens and kings, including Henry VIII and his wife Jane Seymour. One of the most popular attractions on the tour is the famous Queen Mary’s doll house, this includes a mini version of the Crown Jewels!
One of the reasons people want to visit Windsor is to also see the Changing of the Guards. This event happens all year, it always starts at 11:00am but dates can be variable, so its once to check.
Of course you will also have time to visit the popular town of Windsor. Located on the doorstep of the Castle you will see lots of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. You can also take time to walk along the River Thames and feed the swans that reside there.
The great mystery that is Stonehenge. The 5000-year old stone circle is one of the most breath taking sights in the UK. It is of significant historical and religious importance and a must see. Located on the Salisbury plains, it will leave you wondering how the Stones ever got there.
Even though Stonehenge is well known for its history, it is also well known for its possible connection to astronomy. You should also remember it has significant spiritual importance. It is thought that both Merlin and King Arthur had a legendary connection with Stonehenge. It has since become a place of pagan worship for lots of groups and followers of the Ancient Order of Druids.
With over 1.3 million visitors in 2016, it is easy to see why this is a must see attraction. You cannot help but look on in wonder at the Stones, and imagine their journey to where there resting today. On arrival at Stonehenge, you can visit the leading Visitor Centre that will walk you through it's history and theory. There is also a constant bus service from the Visitor Centre direct to the Stones. This service is for people that don’t want to walk the 2 mile walk, which will be most.
This popular tours final stop is in the wonderful Georgian City of Bath. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK and it has some wonderfully old buildings with a rich history. Once you are walking around the city you will understand why it was voted the best city for UK short breaks. It was also the first English city to be a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home to Bath Rugby.
It is important to mention Bath Abbey, the Circus, Assembly Rooms and the famous Poultney Bridge. These are good examples of the medieval sights still on show in Bath.
The tour will also explore the famous and old Roman Baths. The Baths are unique, they were built around thermal springs that have been supplying water to the City of Bath for more than 2000 years .
In Roman times, people believed that these waters had healing properties, so people came to Bath to visit from all corners of the Roman Empire. It was because of this that they built a great Temple to honour the relevance of this sacred sight, it provided an exclusive venue for the arriving pilgrims.
On your tour of the city you will find out may interesting and unique facts, one of them is that Bath the home of the famous writer Jane Austin. It is also the city that inspired Mary Shelley to finish writing the world famous "Frankenstein". Finally, you will also get a chance to visit the independent shops and cafes of this beautiful city.
|Sightseeing Tour Supplier||Sightseeing Tour||Adult Price||Senior/Student Price||Child Price|
|Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath
|£92.00||£87.00||£83.00||See Tour Details|
|Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath
|£97.00||£94.00||£87.00||See Tour Details|
|Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath with Free Lunch
|£102.00||£99.00||£92.00||See Tour Details|
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