Small group day tour to Stonehenge, Windsor & Bath from London

Maximum of 16 passengers on small group tour with guaranteed departures year round

The Roman Baths at Bath

Included in tour: the Roman Baths at Bath

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour highlights include

- Entrance to Stonehenge included

- Driving tour of the highlights of Bath

- Entrance to the Roman Baths at Bath included

- Visit to Windsor with option to enter Windsor Castle

- Luxury air conditioned 16-seat purpose-built touring bus

- Lecture standard tour guide

- Guaranteed departures, no minimum numbers, maximum 16 people

Days of operation & duration

Runs daily all year round. Pick-ups in London between 7.10am and 7.45am. March to October, one hour later in the winter months.


The tour returns to London Victoria train station by around 6.30pm normally with stops offered in Kensington too around Gloucester Road Underground Station.


Victoria train station is one of the largest transport stations in London, with excellent connections to all parts of London and beyond.

Tour itinerary

The Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath day tour is the most popular day tour from London. No wonder with three world class attractions visited in one long but rewarding day.

Within the ethos of getting away from the crowds, where possible we go direct to Stonehenge leaving the big bus tours behind us.


After around an hour at Stonehenge it is a scenic hour's journey to Bath, arriving just before lunch.

After a "best of Bath" orientation tour in the bus you are led into the Roman Baths, the most popular single attraction in Bath included with the tour. Early afternoon we're off again for the longest leg of the day to Windsor arriving mid afternoon.

Admission to Windsor Castle is not included, Windsor like Bath has so many attractions we give you the choice. The admission queues for Windsor Castle have gone by the time you arrive so you can leave it up until the last moment to make your decision.


Windsor is on the edge of London, close to Heathrow Airport so it is not long after leaving Windsor that you are back in London.

The small group tour difference

International Friends Small Group Tour Bus

Small Group Tour Bus

On this tour you will be travelling with no more than 16 other people - guaranteed! Our purpose-built minibuses have large windows, good air circulation and clear PA systems so that your professional guide can escort you comfortably through our wonderful countryside.

The small group size means your guide can offer a more personalised guiding service. So don't hang back, ask your questions and you'll be helping the guide tune their commentaries to the interest of the group on board that day, every group is different!

Another advantage of a small bus is we can go places the big tours cannot and wherever possible we'll head off down a country lane to to show some hidden gem.

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour - what to expect

Note: This tour is written with reference to the summer schedule. For tours between November 1 and February 28 the order of the places visited is Windsor, Stonehenge and then Bath due to the opening times of Windsor Castle and Stonehenge during the winter months.



We make our first call at Stonehenge, arriving before the crowds in the mid-morning.


This ancient Neolithic site, over 5,000 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.


During our guided tour we learn about the different periods of building, the people who worshipped here, and of the various ideas behind the celestial alignments and use.


An audio guide (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.

Bath including the Roman Baths

From here we head westwards to the golden limestone-clad city of Bath. Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water.


At the Roman Baths museum you will see the water's source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements and of course see the baths themselves.


An audio guide with excellent commentary, to help you understand the history, is provided as part of admission.


This fully guided tour includes admission to the Roman Baths museum and a tour of the highlights of Georgian Bath, including the Royal Crescent, Royal Circus and the Assembly Rooms.

Windsor - option to visit Windsor Castle

The entrance fee to Windsor Castle is not included in the tour price and this can be purchased on arrival if required. This is because we always arrive when the Castle is less busy and we find that not all visitors want to go inside the castle.


The tour operates on days when there may be restrictions for visitors to Windsor Castle. If entering Windsor Castle is important to you do check such dates when you click through the booking banner below.


Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

After a guided introduction to the town itself there is time to go inside the castle and visit the State Apartments, see Queen Mary's Dolls' House and gaze upon the last resting place of Henry VIII and Charles I in St George's Chapel.


Lavishly furnished rooms, a wonderful gallery of world famous art and views from the battlements across the Thames valley await the visitor as we wander around inside.


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.


Alexander Gardens, by the riverfront, is a good place to relax, a traditional Victorian park that borders much of the River Thames at Windsor. Should you choose not to enter the castle, there is plenty to do in Windsor.


We end the day at Runnymede. Long ago this was a Saxon meeting place but more importantly, after long drawn out negotiations between the barons and King John, the place where Magna Carta was agreed upon in 1215.


We can walk around this historic site and learn of the implications of this document and then in turn learn how other nations have adapted this major constitution.


It is here by the River Thames that we end the tour before our short journey back to London.

Prices & tour reservations

Prices displayed on the banner link are the current prices for this tour. Sometimes on special occasions there may be slight changes to the tour, dates or price so do check on the booking page linked 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 from the link below, there is a date drop-down at the top right of the page, which depicts which dates still have availability. By selecting your required date you start the reservation process. Once we list a date for operation it is guaranteed to run, there are no minimum numbers.

Small Group Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour From London Ticketing

Departure details

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The tour makes several pick-ups at key strategic locations through major hotel districts in London


Departure and pick-up locations

  • 8.20am - Great Russell Street, outside British Museum main entrance (nearest Underground Russell Square)

  • 8.30am. - Outside Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch (nearest Underground Marble Arch)

  • 8.45am - Outside Premier Inn, Knaresborough Place, Earls Court (nearest Underground Earls Court)

Four Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge Tours, one including Salisbury - which is best for you?

All four of our Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge tours offer a long but rewarding day of sightseeing to world-class attractions. So which one is best for you?

The lowest cost tours differ only by itinerary, vehicles, guides and length of tour and are almost identical. Tour 1 gives you more time at Windsor and Bath, while Golden Tours allows you to visit an additional destination, Salisbury Cathedral, and includes a lightly-packed lunch for those who want to get on with the sightseeing.

If a leisurely lunch in a picturesque village is important to you then with Tour 79, you can pay a small premium for memorable lunch in a 14th century inn at a medieval village, Lacock, which is used as a backdrop in films ranging from Harry Potter to Jane Austen.

The most expensive tour is the small group tour, with no more than 16 passengers and lecture grade commentary with more personal access to the guide.

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath (without lunch) - Tour 1, £89

Windsor, Stonehenge, Salisbury and Bath (with packed lunch) - Tour 201, £89

Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath (with lunch) - Tour 79, £105

Windsor, Stonehenge and Bath - Small Group Tour, £139

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