Experience the history of England from prehistoric times to present day
Visit Royal Windsor for a guided walking tour of the old market town
Enjoy spectacular views of the castle, the official Royal residence of the Queen
Visit ancient Stonehenge for a phot stop
Visit Bath for a panoramic tour follwed by a walking tour and a visit to the magnificent Roman Baths
After the morning pick-up we head off to Windsor Castle for a guided walking tour of the old market town taking in the charming cobbled streets and medieval buildings including the house that William Shakespeare lived in when he wrote the Merry Wives of Windsor. You will also see the warrant for Charles I execution signed by Oliver Cromwell and Sir Christopher Wrens intriguing Guildhall before heading to the long walk that boasts the most impressive views of Windsor Castle. Your professional guide will pause here explaining to you the dramatic history of the oldest working Castle. The walk will continue around the perimeter of the Castle before heading down across Windsor Bridge into Eton where we can see the college that Prince William and Harry attended.
Journeying south-west we pass through Runnymede where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215 before heading to the picturesque Salisbury plains.
Salisbury is a charming market town based in the West Country and is home to a fabulous Cathedral with the highest spire in Britain. Join us for a short walking tour. Alternatively visit the Cathedral independently and take the chance to see one of the last remaining copies of the Magna Carta.
There will be plenty of time for a photo-stop at Stonehenge the most famous prehistoric monument in the world. Step back in time 5,000 years while your guide explains the remarkable sequence of events that have surrounded these ancient monoliths.
BATH, another world heritage site, is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Following our guided tour of the city, there will be plenty of time to visit Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge overlooking the river Avon cascading over the weir. And you can shop, explore and take afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the string quartet.
Upon entering the Roman Baths we are greeted by our very own Roman legionary dressed in authentic armour who invites us to a dramatic speech by the Great Baths away from the crowds. Soak up the atmosphere while you hear what it was like to live in Roman Britain and how it felt to relax in the soothing and sacred waters after a hard day working as a soldier. Not to be missed!
Price: £75 per adult (£70 per child aged 3-16 years)
including all relevant entrance fees.
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Return: Tour Returns to London at approx 5pm subject to traffic conditions
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