Private visit to Leeds Castle - Entry to Canterbury Cathedral - See the white cliffs of Dover - See the Battle of Britain Memorial - See Naval College in Greenwich - Thames boat ride from Greenwich to Embankment. Book in advance and save!
Days of Departure:
1 April to 30 September: Daily
1 October to 31 March: Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Departure point: Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SR
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Return Point: The coach part of your tour will end in Greenwich as you embark on your River Thames boat ride before disembarking at Embankment pier, where your day trip will end. Embankment Pier is just over the road from Embankment Underground station, where the District, Circle and Bakerloo lines go through, or just over the bridge from the vibrant South Bank area.
Parts of Canterbury Cathedral will be closed on 25th Nov, however you can still enjoy most of the areas on these days.
You must bring the e-ticket provided to gain entry to this tour.
Further to the latest UK government announcement, you must wear a face covering (unless exempt) for entry into this experience. You will be refused entry without one.
Our vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day.
*During peak periods, additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
Private Visit to Leeds Castle
Described as 'the loveliest castle in the world' by Lord Conway, Leeds Castle sits in 500 acres of landscaped parkland across two idyllic islands, deep in the heart of the magnificent Kent countryside. Early arrival ensures an almost private visit of Leeds Castle, where Henry VIII retreated to escape the plague raging in London during his reign.
Exclusive to Golden Tours at Leeds Castle
Golden Tours and Leeds Castle have the ultimate Tudor treat for you! Upon arrival at Leeds Castle you will be greeted by your guide. Discover the history of this magical castle as Henry VIII would have!
Visit Canterbury Cathedral
Centre of English Christianity and home to a succession of 104 Archbishops since Augustine, Canterbury is a magnificent medieval city that’s a must for any history buff. Discover the scene of Archbishop Thomas Becket’s gruesome murder at Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. Learn the intriguing history behind this captivating masterpiece of medieval architecture. Marvel at the cathedral’s spectacular stained glass windows, many of which have survived from the late 12th and early 13th centuries.
The Battle of Britain Memorial
The Battle of Britain Memorial is dedicated to the heroic and selfless deeds of the men who won the Battle of Britain, 10 July to 31 October 1940. The central figure sits on a propeller boss surrounded by the badges of all the Allied squadrons and other units that took part in the Battle. The blades of the propeller are set into the ground, making the memorial as striking from the air as it is for the visitor on the ground.
Overlooking the River Thames, Greenwich is a stunning World Heritage site bustling with fine maritime landmarks. See the Old Royal Naval College designed by Sir Christopher Wren, and the world–famous Cutty Sark, a fascinating 19th–century clipper ship.
River Thames Boat Ride
Get a fresh perspective on London’s attractions with our River Thames boat ride from Greenwich to Embankment Pier, passing Tower Bridge and stunning St. Paul’s Cathedral along the route.Estimated arrival time back in Embankment Pier, where the tour ends, is around 6.30pm