Check-in time: 7:45am
Departure time: 8:00am
Return time: approx. 6:00pm
Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SH
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Windsor Castle is closed until at least the 29th September 2022 A guided walking tour of the town will operate instead.
Face coverings are no longer mandatory in Windsor Castle, however they are encouraged.
You must bring the e-ticket provided to gain entry to this tour.
St. George’s Chapel is usually closed to visitors on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. Worshippers are welcome to attend the services.
Our vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day
Group is limited to 17 people.
Due to a legal working hour’s restriction for drivers, if your tour arrives back into London after 7:45pm, you will be dropped off at Gloucester Road Underground Station, not Victoria. Your driver will drop you off within a couple of minutes’ walk to Gloucester Road Underground Station. Gloucester Road is in Zone 1 and is three stops on the Circle or District Lines to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also runs through Gloucester Road, where it is only 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.
Enjoy a personal small group tour with a maximum of 17 guests to two of the UK’s most popular attractions – Windsor Castle and Stonehenge. This extra special tour gives you more one on one with your guide so be prepared to ask as many questions as you like!
Windsor Castle perches proudly on a lush wooded hill overlooking the Thames. Sweeping landscaped gardens and turreted Round Tower, it’s easy to see why it’s the King’s favourite weekend residence. Enjoy a fascinating through–the–keyhole peek at the lavish State Apartments, home to priceless artworks by Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci, and visit St. George’s Chapel, the atmospheric final resting place of former monarchs including Henry VIII. You can visit Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House.
You'll never forget your first glimpse of spectacular Stonehenge, its monolithic rocks rising up against the skyline on Salisbury Hill. Theories abound about the mysterious rock formation. Was it intended as a religious temple? An astronomical clock? A Bronze Age burial ground? Make up your own mind as you explore the unique landmark that has had the world stumped for 5,000 years.