Windsor Castle and Roman Baths day trip from London



Windsor Castle and Roman Baths tour

Bus Stop 1
Bulleid Way
+44 (0)20 7233 7030
Public transport:
The closest train and tube station to the pick up point is Victoria station.


Head outside of London on a day trip and explore two of England's most fascinating sites – iconic Windsor Castle and Bath's historic Roman Baths.

Travel to both places by coach from central London – making it an easy way to explore beyond London during your visit to the UK.

London to Windsor Castle

Start off in Windsor visiting the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Windsor Castle has been a royal residence for almost 1,000 years and its grounds have hosted many royal events, including the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in St George's Chapel. Entry to the castle is optional and if you select it, you'll have plenty of time to explore the royal fortress in this first part of the day trip.

Taste the water at the Roman Baths

A woman wearing a white top and blue jeans leans against a pillar as she sits beside the green water of the roman baths in bath.

Next stop is the pretty spa town of Bath, home to one of the most well-preserved remains of Roman life. Entry to the Roman Baths is also optional and you can explore at your own pace using an audio guide. In the Pump Room you can sample the famous Bath spa water, containing 43 minerals and said to have healing properties. 

Return to London

After enjoying the Roman Baths, you'll return to London by coach just in time for dinner.

How do I get tickets for the tour?

You can book tickets for the Windsor Castle and Roman Baths day trip now.

What's included in the ticket price?

Return transportation by luxury air-conditioned coach from London to Windsor Castle and Bath is included in your ticket. You can also add entry to Windsor Castle and/or the Roman Baths to make the most of your visit.

Where to meet the tour

The Windsor Castle and Roman Baths tour departs every Thursday and Saturday from Bus Stop 1, Bulleid Way, SW1W 9SH near the Golden Tours Visitor Centre, close to Victoria Station. 

What time does the tour leave?

Check in at 7.45am, for departure at 8am. Don't forget your e-ticket!

What time does the coach return to London?

The coach returns to Golden Tours Visitor Centre at approximately 6.30pm. If the coach arrives after 7.45pm, you'll be dropped near Gloucester Road Tube station (Zone 1).

Be sure to double check all timings on your e-ticket.

Prices and opening times

Child ticket (3-16 years) £69.00 to £114.00 per ticket
Family ticket (two adults + two children) £286.00 to £466.00 per ticket
Concessions (senior and student discounts) £74.00 to £119.00 per ticket
Adult ticket £79.00 to £124.00 per ticket

Ticket prices vary from no entries included to all entries included (Windsor Castle and Roman Baths).

Opening Times

The tour runs on Thursdays and Saturdays.