Day trip

Stonehenge, Windsor, Bath & Salisbury Tour from London

Day trip

Stonehenge, Windsor, Bath & Salisbury Tour from London

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Visit mysterious Stonehenge, see the Magna Carta, go inside 13th-century Salisbury Cathedral, enjoy a welcome talk, visit the City of Bath to admire Georgian architecture and discover Windsor Castle.

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Duration 12 hours
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  • Visit 4 historic locations in the west of England
  • Learn about the complex of monoliths at Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain
  • Salisbury Cathedral with an introduction talk upon arrival
  • Marvel at the Magna Carta, issued in an attempt to limit the powers of the English monarchy
  • Wander around Georgian Bath and enjoy tea in the Roman Pump Rooms
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Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape of the west of England on a 10-hour tour from London, and learn about the rich heritage of its pagan past and royal history in Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath. Departing from central London, drive west to the monoliths of Stonehenge, which have confounded people for over 5,000 years. Having baffled historians and archeologists as to how it was built, your guide will explain some of the theories. Continue to the market town of Salisbury, best known for its 13th-century cathedral. Built during the reign of Henry III, it boasts the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom at 404 feet (123 meters), and is one of the finest examples of early Gothic English architecture. Visit Salisbury Cathedral, and be welcomed by a specialist Salisbury Cathedral Guide and given an introductory talk before their tour. Marvel at the Magna Carta, the famous agreement made between King John and his barons at Runnymede in 1215, and now housed in the Chapter House. Then, drive to Bath on the slopes of the River Avon. Explore the first city in England to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gorgeous 15th-century Abbey, stunning Georgian architecture and romantic Pulteney Bridge - modeled on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence - are all sights to linger at. You will be free to explore on your own, with plenty of time for tea at the Pump Rooms, or a visit to the Jane Austen Centre. Explore Royal history with a visit to the queen's official residence, Windsor Castle: witness the changing tastes in decor of the State Apartments over centuries of monarchs living there; see paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci and Rembrandt; admire Queen Mary's dolls house, the most famous dolls house in the world; and see St George's Chapel, the final resting place for several monarchs.
  • Transportation by air-conditioned bus
  • Entry Salisbury Cathedral, be met by a specialist Salisbury Cathedral Guide and given an introductory talk before their tour.
  • Entry to Windsor castle
  • Professional guide
  • Gratuities
  • Entry to Roman Baths
  • Food or beverages (not listed)
  • Hotel return

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Meeting point

Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London, SW1W 9SH (the nearest tube station is Victoria, 5-minute walk). There is Golden Tours signage at the meeting point and a ticket office nearby for any general enquiries. You must be at the meeting point 30 minutes before the tour's scheduled start time.

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  • The tour itinerary and order is subject to change
  • Transportation without Wi-Fi may be used during peak periods
  • Windsor Castle is open daily throughout the year, with a few exceptions when the Castle is in use for official functions, please check your voucher information for closure dates
  • 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, please check your voucher information for information
  • All vehicles are modern, comfortable, and kept to the highest standards of cleanliness, including a deep clean every day
Customer reviews

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Really enjoyed our day 'out in the country' visiting Windsor Castle, Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath. It is definitely a long day, but we only had 1 day in our itinerary to see as much as we could outside of London so we decided to go for it. If you like to linger and read plaques and things like that, this might not be the tour for you. But, if you want to get a nice sampling of these 4 destinations, stroll around a bit and take in the sights, it is perfect. We had about 60-90 minutes at each locations which was just about perfect for our taste. The box lunch was a nice addition (and not as bad as described as long as you're realistic about what you're getting) and saved time from trying to find lunch. We also brought own snacks since it is a 12 hour day. Our guide, Dominic, was great and pointed out many sites and historical facts along the way. For price and what you get, I would definitely say it was worth it and we had a nice day out of town. I recommend.

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March 26, 2023

The tour was good. Guide was informational and gave plenty of history about the places we saw and things to see along the way. If I had to do it over again though, I would only choose a tour with three stops. Four is a bit much especially when your time gets compressed. Overall good tour though.

March 26, 2023

Rita was our guide and was great and very knowledgeable. It is a long day but you see a lot. There is plenty of time at Stonehenge and Windsor but not nearly enough time for Bath - but we didn’t realize how great Bath was until we got there so that is on us. We were part of a group of 10 English speakers stuck on a bus full of non-English speakers so that was a downside. And the bus seats reclined without hitting the button so you constantly had to pull them up to avoid annoying the people behind you. Overall, a great way to hit big tourist spots in 1 day.

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March 26, 2023

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