An immersive experience set in the London Docklands: fly on the Emirates Airline Cable, visit the Sailortown reconstruction of the Docklands Museum, drink an Ale in a historic riverside pub.
STONEHENGE AND WINDSOR CASTLE BY TAXI
DISCOVER THE TWO MOST VISITED UK ATTRACTION IN A BESPOKE EXPERIENCE
Pre-booked entrance tickets and audioguides in Stonehenge and Windsor Castle
No tour guide services provided
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Start the experience right at the doorstep of your accommodation, our experienced driver will welcome you in the taxi and take you on a great journey through the British countryside. Stonehenge is two hours driving from London is in the heart of Wiltshire, a mostly rural county occupied by wide valleys, half of Wiltshire is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a nationally important landscape protected for its natural beauty.
Do you know that Stonehenge is huge? The Stonehenge part of the World Heritage Site covers 2,600 hectares (6,500 acres) of chalk downland and arable fields. Some of the stones are even bigger than they look, in fact some reach 2.4 metres underground.
Can you believe that the bluestones travelled 240km to Wiltshire from South Wales? Join us to discover how!
The site is an extraordinary source for the study of prehistory and it holds a pivotal place in the development of archaeology.
Immerse yourself in a cutting-edge audio-visual experiences at the Stonehenge Exhibition to discover the story of the stones, the landscape and the people.
The second part of the tour takes you into the most beautiful expression of the British Royalty: Windsor Castle
During the Second World War, Windsor Castle was home to the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose while their parents supported the war effort in London and around the country. Today the Queen still uses the castle regularly, spending most of her weekends there.
The Queen is also in residence for a week in June, when she attends the service of the Order of the Garter and the Royal Ascot race meeting. The Order of the Garter ceremony brings together members of the senior order of chivalry for a service in St George’s Chapel. Beforehand, The Queen gives a lunch for the Knights of the Garter in the Castle’s Waterloo Chamber.
Feel the charm of the English Chivalry that inside the Castle walls has its Mother Church
Discover The Royal Collection that is one of the largest and most important art collections in the world and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. Comprising almost all aspects of the fine and decorative arts and running to more than a million objects, the Collection is a unique and valuable record of the personal tastes of kings and queens over the past 500 years.
Enter into St George’s Chapel where ten kings are buried including Henry VIII and Charles I. St George’s Chapel within the grounds of Windsor Castle is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in England.
The castle is nearly a thousand years old and you can admire at least three beautiful examples of Architecture: Gothic, Georgian and Victorian.
Walk on the set of Henry and Meghan Royal wedding and get the chance to buy official royal gifts and souvenirs at the royal collection shop.
If you like make time for tea and cake visit the Undercroft Café that is situated in one of the oldest surviving spaces of the fortress.