Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace

* Take a panoramic guided tour of London before you enjoy entry to Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace * Return travel from London on a comfortable coach * See two historic royal English landmarks * A fully guided tour with a professional guide

Approx. 10 hours
Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Free Cancellation
Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure.

Highlights

  • Entry to two of the most iconic royal English landmarks
  • The Tudor Palace and the current King’s weekend home
  • See Queen Mary’s incredibly detailed dolls house and St George’s Chapel
  • Return transport on a comfortable coach
  • Cancelled bookings up to 24 hours before travel receive a full refund

Includes

  • Panoramic tour of London
  • Entry to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens
  • Entry to Windsor Castle State Apartments
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Fully guided tour with professional tour guide

  • Additional food and drink

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London Panoramic Tour
Your day will begin with a panoramic bus tour of London as we drive you to the most iconic sites of the city. See Parliament Square, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly before heading towards Hyde Park Corner and Kensington. See London's most famous landmarks like Big Ben along the way!’

Hampton Court Palace
You will be welcomed to the magnificent Hampton Court Palace by one of the expert Palace Hosts who will introduce you to Henry VIII’s riverside residence and set you on your way to explore the spectacular State Apartments, Tudor Kitchens and glorious gardens.

A royal palace in the borough of Richmond upon Thames, Hampton Court Palace was built in 1515 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, favourite advisor to King Henry VIII. Once the most powerful man in the English court, second only to the King, Cardinal Wolsey fell out of favour with Henry after he failed to negotiate an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon so he could marry his latest obsession, Anne Boleyn. After Wolsey’s death in 1530, Henry VIII took charge of Hampton Court, turning it in to a hotel, a theatre and a huge private playground, using it to demonstrate his enormous wealth.

When William III and Mary II (1689 – 1702) took the throne in 1689, they commissioned Sir Christopher Wren to build an elegant new Baroque Palace. Queen Victoria opened the palace to the public in 1838, and it has remained one of England’s most beloved historic attractions. Wander through the vast kitchens where cooks would have worked day and night to bring Henry his poached dolphin and roasted swan, and head out to the beautiful gardens and see if you can escape the oldest surviving maze in the world.

Windsor Castle
The preferred weekend residence of our current King Charles III, Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Also a favorite castle of Henry VIII, the place is now his tomb along with Queen Victoria, the Queen Mother and many more royals. Wander through the stunning State Apartments and take a look at St George’s Chapel, where Harry and Meghan married. Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is a must-see, with hot and cold running water, electricity and tiny items made by 1,500 of the finest craftspeople of the 20th century.

Keep an eye out for rare works of art on the walls from geniuses like Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

Days of Operation: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. (April to September 2023)

Departure Point: Golden Tours Visitor Centre, Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SR
Check-in Time: 8:15am
Departure Time: 8:30am
Return Time: approx. 5:30pm
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Return point: Golden Tours Visitors Centre, Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London SW1W 9SR

Due to legal working hour restrictions for our drivers, if your tour arrives back in London after 7:45pm your driver will drop you off within a 2 - 3 minute walk of Gloucester Road Underground Station (instead of Victoria). Gloucester Road is in Zone 1 and 3 stops on the Circle and District Lines to Victoria. The Piccadilly Line also runs through Gloucester Road; it is only 5 stops to Piccadilly Circus.

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