Select Sightseeing: Windsor, Stonehenge & Oxford

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"Select" Sightseeing - Full Day escorted Tour to Windsor Castle, the ancient monoliths at Stonehenge, and a walking tour through the University Town of Oxford. Orientation tour of Windsor. See the magnificent Windsor Castle. Walking tour of Oxford. Stop at Stonehenge. Options for interior visits to Windsor Castle and Stonehenge.

WINDSOR CASTLE: A friendly welcome from your Guide and Driver and then a short drive to Windsor, home to the royal family for 900 years. Windsor is the oldest inhabited castle in the world and is still an official residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Optional: Purchase a ticket for an interior visit to Windsor Castle to see the magnificent State Apartments, still used today for royal receptions and State occasions. See the 14th century St. Georges Chapel.

STONEHENGE: The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world, cloaked forever in intense debate over its purpose. It is the focal point in a landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures, now a World Heritage Site. Optional: Purchase admission ticket and benefit from an audio-guide tour of Stonehenge. You'll learn about the spiritual importance of the stones and early legends of King Arthur and Merlin.

OXFORD: This is the city of Dreaming Spires and home to the world's most famous university. Its colleges date back to the 13th century, an inspiration to generations of scholars including President Bill Clinton, and the authors J R R Tolkien, Lewis Carroll and C S Lewis. Your Evan Evans guide will take you on a fascinating walking tour to see Christ Church College, where Harry Potter was filmed, the Bodleian Library and the Sheldonian Theatre. There will be some free time too, perhaps to shop for an Oxford University sweatshirt or enjoy a coffee in one of the many pavement cafes.


First-class luxury Motor-coach and the services of a professional Tour Guide; Guided Tour.


Entrance fees (May be purchased from your guide); Tour guide gratuity; Food and Beverages.

Hours of operation

Available: Daily, Departs at 8:45am. Stonehenge is closed to visitors on 21 June for the Summer Solstice. The Windsor Castle is closed 08 April, 18 April, 20 April, and 16 June. Tour will visit Hampton Court Palace instead on these dates only. The State Apartments are closed 07 March, 5-11 and 15 April. Tour will visit Queen Mary's Dolls House and St. Georges Chapel instead on these dates only.


Approximately 10 hours.

Location This tour departs and finishes at the Victoria COACH Station - Victoria COACH Station, 164 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9TP. Closest Underground Station is Victoria.


This tour departs and finishes at the Victoria COACH Station - Victoria COACH Station, 164 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9TP. Closest Underground Station is Victoria.

Policies Admission fees are not included, but tickets can be purchased from the guide. Viewing at Windsor Castle is restricted on Sundays. On rare occasions the State Apartments may be closed. Please meet at the Victoria Coach Station by 8:45am. Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

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164 Buckingham Palace Road London SW1W 9TP, London, United Kingdom


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