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Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Day Tour - Only £89

Entrances to Windsor Castle, and the Roman Baths at Bath and Stonehenge

Windsor Castle

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour Included Highlights:

- Entrance to Windsor Castle included - be among the first to enter

- Entrance to Stonehenge included

- Entrance to the Roman Baths in summer months, lunch in winter months (see below)

- Panoramic coach tour of Bath included

- Audio headsets included at Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Roman Baths

- Entrance to the Georgian Pump Room

- Luxury air conditioned motor coach with free Wi-Fi and services of a professional guide

Days Of Operation, Duration And Seasonal Variations:

Runs through out the year but with slightly different itineraries between Summer and Winter, (see below).

Summer Months April to October

- Leaves London 8:15 a.m, returns 8:30 p.m.

- Inclusions: Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Roman Baths and panoramic Bath tour.

- Indicative visiting order: Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge. Between 16th – 31st Oct due to Stonehenge winter opening its Windsor, Stonehenge Bath. For information purposes only and subject to change.

Winter Months November to March

- Leaves London 7:45 a.m, returns 8:30 p.m.

- Inclusions:  Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and 1-course lunch plus panoramic coach tour of Bath.

- Indicative visit order: Windsor, Stonehenge then Bath again subject to change.

2 Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge Tours - Which One Is Best For You?

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!

Both are busy tours and with so much to fill into one day there are two separate tours each run with a slightly different emphasis.

Here is a summary of the main differences:

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

Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath (with lunch) - Tour 79

- Windsor and Stonehenge admission included in both tour 1 and 79.

- Roman Baths at Bath entrance included in tour 1 (1st April to October 31st), but not tour 79.

- 1 course lunch in a medieval pub at Lacock included in tour 79 but not tour 1

- 1 course lunch at Bath included in tour 1 during winter months (November to March) instead of Roman Baths

- The time not taken having lunch in tour 79, means tour 1 spends more time in Bath

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Tour Itinerary (Tour 1)

The morning is spent visiting Windsor Castle, 'home' of the Queen of England.

Stonehenge and Bath are visited in the afternoon before returning to London mid evening.

Windsor Castle

A professional guide is aboard the luxury air-conditioned touring bus the entire day and will provide commentary and guiding throughout.

Windsor Castle opens at 9:30 a.m. so the tour group will be some of the first to enter the castle that day through the special tour group entrance.

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

The Roman Baths at Bath

The Roman Baths at Bath



From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world.


St George's chapel and the sumptuous State Apartments are the major areas visited and you can take it at your own pace with your own personal audio guide in a choice of languages.

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.

The Roman Baths

Bath is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Following our guided tour of the city, you will enter the most visited attraction at Bath, the Roman Baths.


Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. 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.


The Baths themselves are in the town centre and from here you have a chance to view Bath Abbey, a spectacular late medieval perpendicular Gothic church.

Bath - More Details


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.


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.


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.


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.

Stonehenge - More About

The Main Victoria Departure Point

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Your tour will begin at Victoria Coach Station, one of the major transport hubs in Central London and very close to Victoria Underground and Railway Station.


If you require more assistance working out your journey, click through on the link below, where we give more detail of how to join the tour at Victoria Coach Station.

How to Get to Victoria Coach Station & Map With Question & Answer Facility

Prices & Tour Reservations

Prices displayed on the banner link are a special on-line discounted price, deep discounted from the price in London.

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” button at the top right of the page, 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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Alternative Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour (Tour 79)

As discussed in the introduction there are two Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge tours.

The tour detailed above has time to visit all three main attractions at Stonehenge, Windsor and Bath with tickets included. No formal lunch break is scheduled and no food is included, its a matter of grab and go.

The alternative tour, tour 79 includes a memorable lunch stop in a historic pub in the medieval village of Lacock. As a result less time is spent visiting Bath and tickets to the Roman Baths are not included.

If you want to visit the Roman Baths at Bath then we strongly recommend you book the tour detailed above, (Tour 1) in the summer months (April to October).

Tour 79 leaves London at 7:45 a.m. returning to London around 9 p.m. year round.

On all departures the morning is spent visiting Windsor Castle, 'home' of the Queen of England.

Afterwards the order of visits to Lacock, Stonehenge and Georgian Bath differ. In summer it is light enough to visit Stonehenge as the last stop, not an option in Winter and if more than one coach operates the service they follow different routings.


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Small Group Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour (Maximum 16 Passengers)

If you prefer a more intimate, personalised tour and are happy to pay a price premium then a small group Windsor, Stonehenge & Bath Tour may well be the best choice for you.

The main differences between Tour 1 and 79 above and the small group option is:

- Maximum group size of 16 people

- Close contact and access to guide (if needed)

- A wider choice of pick-up points in Central London

- Visits Stonehenge first, one of the first tour buses to visit each day

- Returns to London a couple of hours before the larger coach tours

- Includes entrance to Stonehenge and Roman Baths.

- Windsor Castle tickets are not included but there is time to visit, either purchasing tickets on the day or using a pass like the London Pass or a heritage pass.

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Stonehenge & Bath Tour (A Great Option If You Want To Spend More Time In Bath)

You could easily spend a couple of days in Bath, there is so much to see and do.

This tour allows you to spend most of the afternoon in Bath (3.5 hours scheduled) enabling a more relaxed visit than tour 1 or 79.

If you want to visit Windsor too, well Windsor is located on the edge of London near Heathrow Airport and can be visited from London with a half day tour or by public transport.

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