Our small group tour to Stonehenge from London will take you to Stonehenge, Bath & Windsor Castle. That’s three places that should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list. Our small group tour runs
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Stonehenge, Bath & Windsor Castle
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Our small group tour to Stonehenge from London will take you to Stonehenge, Bath & Windsor Castle. That’s three places that should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list. Our small group tour runs with a maximum of 16 passengers and is led by a really knowledgeable tour guide, making it an awesome way to discover some of the UK’s finest attractions. Having picked you up from one of three convenient locations within Central London, we’ll head off to our first stop of the day: Stonehenge!
…but just before we depart, here’s a quick word about safety in the era of COVID-19:
“Please rest assured that in these extraordinary times your health and wellbeing are our number one priority. That’s why we’ve put in place a stringent COVID-19 safety policy with enhanced hygiene and distancing measures. You can read more about these measures at the bottom of this page.”
1. Stonehenge from London
Stonehenge, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Hop on board our small group tour from London as we head to Stonehenge, that mystical mystery mysterious site you’ve kept hearing about all these years! Arriving at Stonehenge just after it opens its doors, we’ll enjoy this UNESCO World Heritage Site at its quietest time. Our small group tour gets there first and before the huge crowds of tourists arrive!
Stonehenge is a group of really ancient stone circles built some 4,000 YEARS AGO by Neolithic man. In fact, many people consider this place to be the most mysterious place in the world. And to be honest, while nobody is quite sure why the stone circles were built, you have to admire the incredible achievement of those Neolithic men. They managed to construct using primitive technology all those thousands of years ago what is today considered an extraordinary engineering achievement! It’s such a fantastic place that even President Obama found the time to divert his helicopter to land in Stonehenge just for a few minutes so he could take it all in!
The Roman Baths
Having discovered Stonehenge, we’ll depart onboard our luxury, air-conditioned and Wifi executive minibus. Venturing into the English countryside, admiring the green, pastoral rolling hills of the Salisbury Plain, we’ll reach our next stop: Bath.
Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage City, renowned for its stunning architecture, natural beauty and hot spring water. The River Avon flows through the centre which is lined by narrow cobbled streets, an enormous cathedral and beautiful Georgian architecture.
We’ll visit the Roman Baths, which harnesses the hot natural spring water that flows from nearby springs. You’ll get to see the impressive Roman construction and can even taste the famous water, containing 43 different minerals. Lunch is not included in the tour, but there are many places to eat in the city centre.
Bath was used as a filming location in the hit Netlix series Bridgerton, and you might notice many familiar locations that appeared in the show as you walk around the city.
3. Windsor castle
The view of Windsor Castle!
Windsor is an ancient castle that was built for the British royal family all the way back in the year 1070. That’s almost 1,000 years ago, and incredibly it’s still in use by Her Majesty the Queen today! You’ll have access to enter inside the castle for a chance to (almost) live the life of a King or Queen 🙂 There are lots of impressive royal rooms to discover and a magnificent chapel to explore where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married. Windsor Castle is one of the most popular places to visit in the UK and TripAdvisor reviewers consistently describe the castle as “stunning”, “amazing” and “a highlight of our trip.”
And that’s all folks! From Windsor, our small group tour draws to a close as we make our way back to London.
Summary: small group Stonehenge tour
Our small group tour from London runs with a maximum of 16 passengers
You’ll depart from Central London with three conveniently located departure points to choose from.
You’ll travel on a luxury air-conditioned, wifi executive minibus
You get to explore three really amazing places, Stonehenge, Bath & Windsor Castle.
AND you’ll get to explore them with a super friendly guide.
Finally, after having a jolly day out in the English countryside, we’ll take you back to London just in time for dinner, returning to Victoria Coach Station
Small group Pick UP Locations:
Our small group tour picks up from 3 different locations in London
Summer Schedule Pick Up Times:(between 1st March and 31st October)
07:15: Outside the British Museum Main Gate, Great Russell Street
07:30: Marble Arch, outside the Hard Rock Hotel
07:45: 97 Cromwell Road, South Kensington
Winter Schedule Pick Up Times: (between 1st November and 28th February)
08:15: Outside the British Museum Main Gate, Great Russell Street
08:30: Marble Arch, outside the Hard Rock Hotel
08:45: 97 Cromwell Road, South Kensington
**Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to departure. Please don’t be late!
Small Group Tour Timings:
Summer: (1st March and 31st October)
08:00: Leave Central London
15:40-17:15: Windsor Castle
18:30: Return to London Victoria Station
Winter: (1st November – 28th February)
09:00: Leave Central London
09:30-11:40: Windsor Castle
19:45: Return to London Victoria Station
Covid-19 safety policy:
The health and safety of customers and staff is our number one priority!
Your vehicle will be deep cleaned daily
Face masks and hand sanitiser products available to all customers
50% of all available seats will be left empty to ensure space and distancing
Fully refundable and amendable up until 7 days before travel, with flexible booking guarantee! You can view the booking conditions during the booking process, prior to confirmation of any booking
In winter (between 1st November and 28th February), we visit Windsor Castle first, followed by Stonehenge and Bath.
Entrance fees to Stonehenge & Bath are included!
Entrance fees to Windsor Castle are not included and can be paid directly to the castle on the day
Very occasionally Windsor Castle closes its State Apartments. But don’t worry, because there’s still plenty of things to see at the castle!
And very occasionally if Windsor Castle is totally closed, then we’ll walk around the pretty town of Windsor instead.
PLEASE NOTE: Because our small group tour from London to Stonehenge, Windsor & Bath is limited to only 16 passengers, it often gets sold out 🙁 But don’t worry, because we also offer several other AMAZINGsmall group tours from London!