Windsor has been the home of Kings and Queens for centuries. Wander through its cobbled streets and visit its castle, the longest occupied by any British ruler.
Solve the mystery behind Stonehenge and its construction more than 5,000 years ago and visit the world’s largest occupied castle – the home of the British and British monarchy for more than 900 years and the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen.
Also, discover a true gem that is the beautiful English city of Oxford, home to the world famous university and incredible architecture dating back to Saxon times.
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- WINDSOR CASTLE
Start your day with a typical British glamor and spectacle performed on select mornings at the Changing of the Guards ceremony.
In the State Apartments, the largest in all of England, you will discover the same rooms used by the Queen and members of the Royal Family today. The walls in each room are adorned with incredible paintings and murals by history’s most famous artists and lined with priceless treasures from all over the world.
You will then visit the stage of one of the most famous royal weddings of recent times. HRH was at St George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in 2018 in a ceremony broadcast to millions of people worldwide.
Stonehenge is perhaps one of the most famous Neolithic monuments in the world. Lots of mysteries and intrigue surround this ancient site, and its construction and origin have split ideas and sparked controversy over the years since its discovery. There is plenty to see and do during your visit to this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Take a walk around the Stone Circle; an essential part of any visit
Step inside rebuilt Neolithic houses to see how people lived 4,500 years ago
Watch a demonstration of old household skills such as flint chipping, rope making, and grain grinding
Visit the 360-degree audio-visual display in the visitor center and see what it feels like to stand in the middle of Stone Circle
Visit the world-class exhibition center where more than 250 objects and treasures are on display, including jewellery, pottery and even ancient human remains
We end our day with a visit to ‘City of Dreaming Towers’, perhaps best known for its world-famous university and incredible architecture. Oxford University’s origins can be traced back to the 11th century, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world.