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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Oxford Day Tour From London

Three World Class Attractions Visited in one Memorable Day


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Evan Evans Tour Coach

Windsor, Stonehenge & Oxford Tour Included Highlights:

- Free hotel pick-up service from main hotel districts in Central London

- Entrance to Windsor Castle included

- Entrance to World Heritage Site, Stonehenge included

- Walking tour of Oxford

- Luxury air conditioned motor coach and services of a professional guide

Days Of Operation & Duration:

Runs daily all year round.

Tour leaves London around 8:45 a.m. after hotel pick-ups returning to London around 7:00 p.m.

Tour Itinerary:

The Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford day tour offers three world class attractions visited in one long but rewarding day.

The morning is spent visiting Windsor Castle, 'home' of the Queen of England. We then travel onto the world famous prehistoric monument Stonehenge before arriving late afternoon at Oxford, the last stop on the tour. A professional guide is aboard the luxury air-conditioned touring bus the entire day and will provide commentary and guiding throughout.


Courtesy transfer from your hotel

There is a free hotel collection from strategically placed hotels in all of the main central London hotel districts.

Separate coaches each cover a main Central London hotel district and transport you to Victoria Coach Station where you join the tour bus for your day tour. The hotel pick-ups are performed between around 7:30 a.m and 8:15 a.m.


A full list of the hotels on the pick-up service are on the booking page linked from the banner at the foot of this page. If your hotel is not on the list there will probably be one very close by. If you require assistance on establishing your best pick-up point use the 'Contact Us' link at the top of the page.

If you wish you can join the tour at Victoria Coach Station, which is about 600 yards from Victoria Underground and Train Station.


Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle, the first stop on the tour is a short 45 minute journey west of London. During this time your guide will take you through some of Windor Castle's most interesting history. Windsor Castle opens at 9:30 a.m. so we will be arriving around the time the castle opens to the public.

 

Windsor Castle, a current residence of Her Majesty the Queen, is the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. You will get to see the State Apartments and St. George's Chapel as well as Queen Mary's Dolls' House; a perfectly scaled replica of an aristrocratic home. At the Chapel you can visit the final resting places of English monarchs, Henry VIII, and his third wife Jane Seymour as well as Charles I, and see the the impressive Gothic architecture.

 

From the Royal Collection in the State Apartments, you will find works of art by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. The Royal Family still use the State Apartments for hosting events for those organisations of which they are patrons. From the battlements you will see spectacular views across the Thames valley.

 

Your visit includes your own personal audio guide in a choice of languages, so you are free to walk round and discover at your own pace.


Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs. Immediately outside the castle is the Old Town with its cobbled streets. The tour schedule for Windsor is a visit of around two hours.

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Windsor Castle

Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Its now late morning when we depart Windsor and make the approximately 80 minute journey to Stonehenge.


This ancient neolithic site, over 5000 years' old offers a fascinating glimpse into our ancestors' past. The ring of stones still poses many archaeological and historical questions for academics and visitors alike. An audioguide (in ten different languages), is included in the price and will inspire you with information surrounding Stonehenge, examining many different theories as to how and why the henge was built. A phenomenal feat of engineering, each stone weighing many tonnes, it is fascinating to admire the spirit of cooperation needed to build something at such an early time in history, with such primitive tools.

 

You will get to see the long path, with raised banks and ditches, known as the 'avenue'; a processional route stretching about three miles or two kilometres, marking the the entrance to Stonehenge. From this point you can learn about how our ancestors understood the turning of the year, and the importance of aligning with the sun.

 

The visitor centre, a mile from the stones themselves, is well worth finding time to see. It displays nearly 250 archaeological treasures, which were used or buried at Stonehenge as well a regularly changing programme of special exhibitions. In addition, reconstructed neolithic houses outside the visitor centre, provide living history with regular demonstrations of ancient domestic skills such as flint knapping, and rope making.

A gift shop offers an extensive range of books, gifts and souvenirs, many made in the UK exclusively for Stonehenge.

A 110-seater counter service café serves hot and cold drinks, soup, sandwiches, cakes, salads and other sweet and savoury delicacies.

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Bridge of Sighs Oxford

Bridge of Sighs, Oxford


Oxford

After leaving Stonehenge its onto our final stop Oxford, the famous university city, north from Stonehenge.

This is the 'City of Dreaming Spires' and home to the world's most famous university. Its colleges date back to the 13th century, an inspiration to generations of scholars including President Bill Clinton, and the authors J.R.R Tolkien, Lewis Carroll and C.S Lewis.


Your Evan Evans guide will take you on a walking tour to see Christ Church college, the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre and much else besides.

It is now very late afternoon when we leave Oxford for the journey back to London, the estimated time of arrival back in London is around 7 p.m.

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Morning Hotel Pick Ups & The Main Victoria Departure Point

A hotel pick up service is available on this tour from selected hotels in the most popular hotel districts of Central London for tourists. The vehicles will take you to Victoria Coach Station where you switch to the main tour bus for the day.

You can of course join the tour at Victoria, a major transport hub for London and beyond and very easy to get to.

Hotels available and pick-up times do differ from tour to tour - full lists and departure times are listed on the individual tour detail page for your tour where you also make reservations, (see banner link below).

If you require more assistance working out the best place to join your tour click through on the link below, where we also give more detail if you want to join the tour at Victoria Coach Station.

Hotel Pick-Ups & Working Out Where Best To Join Tour - Full Details

Prices & Tour Reservations

Prices are displayed on the banner link below. Major credit and debit cards are accepted. You will be emailed a confirmation with a booking reference after reservation.

The booking reference and the name of the person ordering is all that you need to quote when joining the tour, there are no paper tickets.

On the tour detail page loaded from the banner link below, there is a red “Book This Tour” label near the top on the right and a calendar control below, which when selected displays a calendar depicting which dates still have availability. By selecting your required date you start the reservation process.


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