Discover Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath on this 11-hour coach tour from London. Leave the city behind you and travel by air-conditioned coach to Windsor Castle, home of the British Royal Family for the last 900 years. Visit St George's Chapel and the State Apartments with your professional tour guide before traveling out to Salisbury, where the ancient rock formations of Stonehenge await. Continue on to the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, visit the Roman Baths and enjoy a panoramic tour with your guide before returning to London.
London Regents Park
Regents Park is one of many parks in London and one of several parks in the center of the city. The most visited parks in central London are Hyde Park, Green Park, St James Park and of course Regents Park. We highly recommend a visit to a few London parks. Here’s a few ideas for things to do in Regents Park, to get you started.
Things to do in Regents Park in London
Regents Park is situated in the heart of London and is one of the major parks in London. It is close to many other attractions such as Hyde Park, Primrose Hill, Baker Street (famous from the Sherlock Holmes books!), Madame Tussauds wax museum, and many more.
Before you move on to the next London hot spot, wait a minute – there are many things to do in the Regents Park itself such as the Avenue Gardens, the inner circle and the London Zoo that are worth exploring! The Zoo is the oldest scientific zoo in the world dating back to the beginning of the 19th century. It holds over 755 species and 17 thousand animals, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom.
Planning on seeing and doing a lot while in London? The best way to do that is by planning ahead of time and getting the London Pass. This fantastic pass will get you into the zoo and into another 60 plus locations for free such as the Tower of London, the HMS Belfast, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Windsor Castle and so on. You will avoid long lines of people waiting for tickets and save a lot of time and energy. Another advantage of the London Pass is that you will actually get to see much much more than you originally planned as you will have a free entrance to all these places which are mostly adjacent to one another.
Don’t make the mistake commonly made by tourists that rely on the London underground for public transport. It frequently has strikes and is under construction causing many disruptions and delays. It also gets very crowded especially during peak hours and is best avoided during the summer. Watch our special video guides for more information on London’s attractions.
Discover the joy of sightseeing with the London Pass, and enjoy free entry to 60 of its world-class sites like Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. Save time as you skip the queues with fast-track entry at countless attractions, and take advantage of special offers at quality London restaurants and shops.
Even better, why not upgrade and include transport with your London Pass? Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3- or 6-day sightseeing pass with transport included and see the highlights of England’s cosmopolitan capital with ease.
See London in one day on a full-day sightseeing tour of the city, led by an expert local guide! Hear the history of top London attractions like Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and St Paul’s Cathedral while traveling around the West End and City of London. After the sightseeing tour, watch the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace and tour the Tower of London with a Beefeater.
This ticket is your chance to experience the newest attraction that London has to offer -- The Shard. This incredible architectural wonder will take you on a high-tech and multi-sensory journey with exhilarating 360-degree views of 40 miles (64 km) across England's capital. See top London attractions such as Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and the London Eye from a vantage point like no other. In fact, The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe!
Simply bring your voucher to the entrance and you will be allocated the next available time slot.
This Royal Tour of London takes in many of the royal highlights of London, including Westminster Abbey where Prince William and Kate Middleton, where married on April 29, 2011. You will also see Kensington Palace, where Diana, Princess of Wales, lived. Finally, you will experience the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, then spend the afternoon exploring London at your leisure.