London to Stonehenge, Windsor and Salisbury Guided Tour

Visit mysterious Stonehenge - Entry to Salisbury Cathedral and see the famous Magna Carta

Entry to Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral
Entry to Windsor castle
Transportation by air-conditioned coach
Professional guide
Meet and greet at Salisbury Cathedral
25% discount off Stonehenge guidebooks*
Food or beverages unless stated otherwise
Download the audio tour in advance (English version only), please search for the ‘Stonehenge Audio Tour’ in your App store, until further notice.
Important Information
Itinerary :

Days of operations: Thursday to Monday

Check-in: 7:45am
Departure time: 8:00am
Departure point: Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SR
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Return time: approx. 6:30pm
Due to legal working hour’s restrictions for our drivers, this tour will finish within a 2 or 3 minute walk of Gloucester Road Underground Station. This station is in Zone 1 and is three stops Eastbound on the Circle Line or the District Line to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also runs through Gloucester Road, and is only 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.

Windsor Castle closures:
Every Tuesday and Wednesday
24-26 December Castle closed

St. George's Chapel
St. George's Chapel is closed to visitors on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. Worshippers are welcome to attend the services. You will not be able to visit Queen Elizabeth II's final resting place on a Sunday. 

Semi-State Rooms
During the winter months an additional five rooms, known collectively as the Semi-State Rooms, are included in the visitor route.
The Semi-State Rooms at Windsor Castle are currently closed and will open later in 2024.

Please note:

Please show this e-ticket to gain entry to this tour.
Our vehicles are modern, comfortable and deep cleaned daily.
*During peak periods, vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
Windsor Castle is a working royal palace and planned closures/disruptions may be subject to change.
When the State Apartments are closed the Precincts, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House and the Drawings Gallery will remain open.


Windsor Castle

Explore royal history with a visit to Windsor Castle, dating back to the 11th century it is the King’s official residence. Over 39 monarchs have called this castle their home since the 11th century. You can see the changing tastes in décor over the centuries when you visit the luxurious State Apartments. The State Apartments house countless antique works of art, such as paintings by artists including Leonardo De Vinci and Rembrandt. Windsor Castle is home to Queen Marys Dolls House; one of the most fabulous dolls houses in the world. Admire the intricate details from the miniature library featuring tiny books made by famous authors such as JM Barrie who wrote Peter Pan, to the miniature working lifts. You can also visit St Georges Chapel, the final resting place for several monarchs, including Henry VIII and the Queens Elizabeth II. Take time to walk around the chapel, and read through the memorials that are on display.

Mysterious Stonehenge

Wander around the World Heritage Site and be captivated by this unique creation. The monument first took shape 5,000 years ago and its purpose has been the subject of an abundance of theories; was it designed as a religious temple, an astronomical clock or even a Bronze Age burial ground? Decide for yourself whilst discovering the history of this mysterious monument.

Salisbury Cathedral

Discover 800 years of English history under one roof, with an introductory talk from a specialist Salisbury Cathedral Guide followed by a self-guided tour. Learn how and why ancient stonemasons built this astonishing structure with its 123m Spire, the tallest in the UK.

Discover how the main building, with just 1.2m of foundations laid on a bed of sand, gravel and water, was started in 1220 and completed in just 38 years. Hold your breath as you gaze up at the pillars that bend under the weight of the Spire and look down as the Guide lifts a hidden tile in the Spire Crossing, using a dipstick to measure the water level just below your feet.

Awarded a Visit Britain Best Told Story accolade, your Cathedral admission includes access to the world’s oldest working mechanical clock and the Cathedral’s UNESCO protected 1215 Magna Carta, one of only 4 still in existence.

Estimated arrival time back in London is around 6:30pm.

London to Stonehenge, Windsor and Salisbury Guided Tour
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