Royal Windsor and Hampton Court

Come spend the day in the most breathtaking locations

Tour Features

  • Duration: Full one day tour

  • Starting: London hotel, Heathrow/Gatwick Airport, Southampton Cruise Terminal

  • Finishing: London, Southampton (or wherever you wish)

  • Tour is customisable

  • Private luxury vehicle, chauffeur and qualified guide

Key Attractions

Windsor Castle, Magna Carta, State Apartments, Queen Mary's Dolls House, St George's Chapel, Royal Gardens, Windsor town and Eton College. The Chiltern countryside and River Thames. Hampton Court: The Great Hall, Tudor Kitchens, The Chapel Royal, State Apartments, the maze, Real tennis court and formal gardens.

Entrance fees to all featured attractions is included.

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Outline Itinerary

Windsor Castle is the most important, secular historic building in Britain. It is the largest inhabited castle in the world. It is an architectural masterpiece and has come to symbolise the history of the English nation. The skyline of battlements, turrets and the great Round Tower are all instantly recognisable throughout the world. A marvellous backdrop to Royal Pageantry, the final resting place of Kings and Queens.

At the castle there is so much to marvel at, the opulent state apartments, the semi state apartments, Queen Mary`s doll’s house, royal gardens and of course the magnificent St. Georges Chapel. 

Enjoy lunch at Eton, overlooking the River Thames and the Castle. Before we leave visit the beautiful High Street, and pass by the famous Eton College Boys School. Over 20 Prime Ministers were schooled here along with Princes Harry and William. There is time for shopping and enjoying the River Thames before we pass historic Runnymede, which bore witness to the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215.

Hampton Court Palace has witnessed nearly 500 years of English history. Built in the 16th Century by Cardinal Wolsey, Henry VIII’s chief minister. The Palace has been extended, altered, repaired and renovated over the centuries. Viewed from the West Gate the Palace today is still the redbrick home of Henry VIII; to the East it presents the stately Baroque façade designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century.

With its beautiful gardens and extensive parkland, set by the River Thames, the Palace is both visually and historically interesting. A walk around will intrigue, amaze and delight. After touring the extensive interior spend time getting lost in the ancient maze, exploring the outstanding formal gardens, the jousting grounds and visiting perhaps the oldest tennis court in the world. Time for afternoon tea before returning.

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