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Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge With Lunch on Christmas Eve

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  • Entry to Windsor Castle and State Apartments
  • Entry to World Famous Roman Baths
  • See Stonehenge
  • 2 Course Cavery Lunch
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Complimentary Hotel Pick Up From Over 80 Central London Hotels

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Adult   $136.25136.25
Child  (3 - 16 Years) $123.75123.75
Senior/Student   $130.00130.00
Family  (2 Adults + 2 Children) $507.50507.50
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Windsor Castle
Spend Christmas Eve away from the bright lights of London with a guided tour to Windsor, Bath and Stonehenge. First stop is one of Queen Elizabeth II’s lavish residences, the magnificent Windsor Castle. The Castle’s State Apartments are home to a number of priceless paintings – look out for artwork by celebrated painter Rembrandt!

Get ready for a photo stop near mystical Stonehenge – you’ll see the towering rocks, standing proudly on Salisbury Plain. This World Heritage Site is still shrouded in mystery and makes for puzzling debate!

Lunch (Click here for sample lunch menu)
Take some time to relax with a traditional cavery lunch.

Continue your enchanting Christmas Eve experience with a visit to the Roman city of Bath. See Britain’s only natural hot spring during your visit to the Roman Baths – at 2,000 years old, the temple surrounding the steaming water is a history-lover’s dream. Take in the festive lights of the city during a panoramic tour and see Bath’s beautiful landmarks as your Christmas Eve tour comes to a close.

This tour will arrive back in London at approximately 7pm.

Additional Information


  • Entry to Windsor Castle and State Apartments
  • Entry to world famous Roman Baths
  • Drive past Stonehenge
  • Luxury Coach
  • Professional Guide
  • Cavery Lunch 
  • Complimentary Hotel pick up from over 80 Central London Hotels

  • Gratuities
  • Food & Beverages
Please Note: Stonehenge is closed on Christmas Eve 


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