About Private Day Tour of Stonehenge: Including Oxford a
Enjoy exclusive access to the inner stone circle at Stonehenge on a private day tour from London, and choose from a sunset or sunrise viewing. Most visitors to Stonehenge are not allowed to enter the inner circle – they have to simply admire the site from the outside – so this is a truly special tour. Combine this once-in-a-lifetime experience with visits to the historic town of Oxford and Windsor Castle – home to the Queen of England. All entrance fees are included!
Enjoy an unforgettable start or end to your day in London with an exclusive trip to Stonehenge – that most mysterious of ancient sites. Choose from two tour times to see the sun rise or set against the backdrop of the Stonehenge circle – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
What makes this tour so incredible is the access you’ll receive to Stonehenge’s inner stone circle, which is normally restricted to visitors. This private day tour ensures a unique viewing up close to the magnificent monument. Your expert guide will give you a full brief on the many mysteries that surround Stonehenge as you take in the atmospheric landscape.
This day trip from London also includes visits to Oxford and Windsor Castle.
Soak up the local culture on a walking tour around the historic town of Oxford, and see the Oxford Colleges, where notable figures like Bill Clinton, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis received an education. Harry Potter fans, be on alert – you will have the chance to explore the Great Hall in Christchurch College, the setting of many a scene in the Harry Potter films! Also check out the Old Bodleian library, a working research library that dates back to the year 1602.
Your private day tour will continue to Windsor Castle, home of the Queen of England. This majestic castle is the scene of 900 years of British history, and generations of the British Royal Family have conducted their business here. See the formal State Apartments in all their lavish glory, as well as St George’s chapel – home to the Order of the Royal Garter, made up of 25 knights of the British Empire.