Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Roman Baths

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Travel to two of the best attractions in England with a London day tour to Stonehenge and Bath! Roman Baths admission included! Discover Stonehenge’s intriguing mysteries and Windsor’s imperial majesty on a full-day tour from London.

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge with a knowledgeable guide and marvel at the prehistoric stone ring that has eluded experts for millennia. Enjoy Bath’s Roman ruins and Georgian architecture, and spend time at Windsor Castle, the world’s oldest continuously inhabited castle. During this small-group tour, you’ll get more one-on-one time with your guide.


  • Entrance to Stonehenge included
  • All afternoon in Georgian Bath
  • Entrance to the Roman baths included
  • Visit Windsor Castle and St. George’s Chapel (Entry at own expense)
  • Luxury air-conditioned motorcoach

Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London with Roman Baths

London – Stonehenge – Bath – London

Take a comfortable air-conditioned coach from central London to Stonehenge, a world-famous landmark shrouded in ancient mystery. Enjoy your guide’s informative commentary as you learn about Stonehenge’s 5,000-year history. When you arrive, your curiosity will be piqued by the ancient site’s stone columns and burial chambers.

Small-Group Day Trip to Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor from London

Before returning to your car and driving through the charming and traditional counties of Somerset and Wiltshire, soak up the powerful energy of the area and take stunning photographs. Disembark in Bath, a former Roman stronghold, and learn about the city’s fascinating past.

Visit a Roman Bath to learn how Roman emperors and Georgian aristocrats used to relax in the area, and then explore the city’s elegant courtyards and stunning architecture. Then, head to Windsor, where you’ll visit the world’s oldest occupied castle and have lunch at a local restaurant (own expense).

Take a guided tour of the quaint town and learn about the castle’s fascinating history before paying to go inside on your own dime. As you make your way back to London, stop in at the State Apartments to see the opulent rooms and St. George’s Chapel to take in the sacred atmosphere.

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Take a drive through the chalk hills surrounding Stonehenge to start the day in Ancient Wessex. We arrive at the prehistoric site just as it is opening and are treated to a guided tour of the stone circle and a peek inside the visitor center. We’ll learn about the monument’s construction methods and potential purpose as well as what is known and what may never be known before heading west to the Roman city of Bath.

Roman Baths

We take a trip to Bath to see the hot springs and the ruins of the city’s 2,000-year-old baths. Walk along the original Roman pavement while admiring the Roman Temple. Indulge in a Sally Lunn bread bun for lunch in one of the elegant tea rooms. After that, we’ll explore the Georgian city’s crescents and squares, which were constructed 250 years ago during Bath’s heyday as a hotspot for dancing, bathing, and other forms of recreation.

The Windsor Castle

The last stop on our journey is Windsor, home to the imposing Windsor Castle, the world’s oldest and largest continuously occupied castle, and the current Queen’s preferred residence. Visitors can tour the state apartments, the Grand Reception Room, and the Royal Chapel of St. George, which served as the wedding venue for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and is the final resting place for many of our Kings and Queens.

Because Windsor Castle is still the Royal Residence, it may close unexpectedly. As a result, access to the Castle is not included. If you’re planning a trip to Windsor Castle, make sure to check the website ahead of time.

Chapel of St. George

The Chapel of St. George. If you purchase a Windsor Castle entry ticket, admission is free.

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