Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford Tour from London

from/per person £102
  • Entrance Fees Included
  • Medium Walking
  • Personal Audio Guide
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • USB Charging Point
  • Wifi Enabled Coach

Windsor Castle
Child visiting Stonehenge
Oxford Bridge of Sighs
Overview of Oxford
Stonehenge Visitor Centre
Stonehenge Exhibition Centre

Tour Details

Check out our discounted London to Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford Tour! See Windsor Castle, take our Stonehenge Tour to see the mysterious stone circle and then see Oxford for a fascinating walking tour of this University City. All this in the comfort of our luxury coach and with our experienced guides.

Whats Included

  • Central London pick up, which is easy to get to.
  • Travel in a first-class, air-conditioned, luxury coach with free wifi onboard, so you can check in on home.
  • You will be escorted by a knowledgeable and experienced guide, don’t be afraid to ask questions.
  • Personal headset with guided audio, allowing you to listen at your leisure.
  • Entrance fees to all the major sights and attractions, so no hidden costs for you.
  • USB charging point so you don’t need to worry about running out of phone battery.

Things you will see

  •  The world famous ancient stones of Stonehenge
  •  The beautiful state apartments at St Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle
  •  Changing of the Guard ceremony at Windsor
  • Where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married
  •  The famous architecture of Oxford, walking the cobbled streets of this wonderful University town.

  • Tour Start Point London Victoria Coach Station

    You full day tour starts with pick up from Gates 1 and 2 at Victoria Coach Station located in central London. You need to arrive at the welcome desk by the gate 30 minutes before the tour starts, giving you enough time to check in with your guide and find your bus and then prepare to board ready for your adventure.

  • Stop number one the historical Royal Home of Windsor Castle

    Windsor Castle is the Official Residence of Queen Elizabeth II and has been the home of the Royal Family for over 900 years. The Castle is built high above the River Thames and on entering the Castle you will head straight to the majestic State Apartments and witness the famous art collection on show, the apartment’s are used today by the Queen for Royal receptions and important State occasions. You will also be given the opportunity to explore the magnificent Castle grounds including seeing the medieval St Georges Chapel which began construction in 1475 by Edward VI (please be aware that unfortunately, viewings are restricted on Sunday’s due to Sunday Service). St George’s Chapel is the spiritual home of the Order of the Garter and is considered by many to be the premier and most impressive examples of medieval church architecture found in England. It is also the burial place of many English Kings and Queens, this includes the very famous Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour.

  • Stop number twothe wonder that is the ancient stones of Stonehenge

    One of the leading UK Attractions, Stonehenge is shrouded in mystery, it is an amazing feat of engineering and is defined as one of the most important pre-historic site in England. Stonehenge is not only highly significant in terms of archaeology, it is also believed to have a astronomical role and is also a place of significant spiritual importance. It will always be clouded in mystery and early legends link Stonehenge with Merlin and King Arthur, but more recently in the last hundred years the midsummer sunrise has brought with it pagan groups and followers of the Ancient Order of Druids.

  • Stop number three the University town of Oxford

    Home of the world famous University and the city of Dreaming spires! Dating back over 700 years, its colleges are a true inspiration for generation of scholars who include previous President of the USA Bill Clinton, while also not forgetting the notable authors such as JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis and Lewis Carroll. Your tour guide for the day will escort you around Oxford on an insightful walking tour where you will see Christchurch, this is where Harry Potter was filmed. You will also be taken to the Bodleian Library, from there you will head to see the 1664 Sheldonian Theatre that was designed by Christopher Wren. Your guide will also give you some time to explore Oxford yourself, it is an opportunity to do some shopping or perhaps just relax and enjoy a coffee or tea in one of the may cafes located around this wonderful city.

  • Tour End Point London Victoria Train Station

    The tour will finish back outside of London Victoria Train Station, this gives you easy access to National Rail and Underground trains enabling you to get to where you need to be in the evening. You can expect for the tour to arrive back to the station approximately 7:30pm but this can change depending on weather, traffic and other factors.

Your entrance fees to Windsor, Stonehenge and the Roman Baths are all included in your tour price!

Unfortunately, on very rare occasions the State Apartments might be closed, in these rare instances, the tour guide will take you to see the Queen Mary’s Dolls House and St Georges Chapel instead.

4 Reviews
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avatar - Dec, 06, 2019 -

Vasif Nasirov

Well organised tour with a friendly and competent guide. Thank you

avatar - Mar, 07, 2020 -

Tami Burgoyne

Efficient service and high quality tour guide ... knowledgeable with a great sense of humor.

avatar - Feb, 22, 2020 -

Frances Macpherson

submitted by: Frances Macpherson My only problem is that there wasn't enough time in either Windsor or Oxford. But makes me really serious about returning to both destinations and staying for a few days. I will next time I am in England....

avatar - Mar, 18, 2020 -

Bruce Peters

Well this tour was super fun! I was impressed by the tour guide whose knowledge of the 3 stops was excellent. It was great to see Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Oxford all in one day - although we didnt get to see anything in too much detail but I understand why because of time. I will definately be taking time to go back to Oxford for a couple of days as I loved it there! Stonehenge was okay, if you could get closer then it would be better and it wasnt as amazing as I thought it would be. Oxford I loved, I just wanted to spend more time there and to go into the University. Windsor Castle was pretty cool - but again because of limited time you dont get long to dwell in an area.