King Arthur's Realm - Come with us and explore the myths and legends of King Arthur. Visit his gravesite in Glastonbury, the fabled Isle of Avalon, the mysterious yet tranquil Chalice Well Gardens and the historic Round Table in Winchester. In addition, we visit the ancient site of Stonehenge and learn of links with King Arthur along with its own intricate and fascinating history.
Maximum 16 people per tour
Admission to Stonehenge, Glastonbury Abbey & Great Hall of Winchester Castle
Photo stop at Glastonbury Tor and entry to Chalice Well Gardens
Explore sites the big coaches cannot get to!
We leave London and head west to Stonehenge, lying majestically among the chalk uplands of historic Wessex. This complex prehistoric monument has enthralled and allured both historians and tourists alike and with our expert guide on hand we can discuss the possible theories behind the very existence of this stone complex and admire its powerful presence.
Further west we enter Celtic lands to King Arthur's Avalon and the mysterious Glastonbury Tor rising above the wetlands and marshes of the Somerset Levels. Legend has it that a mortally wounded Arthur was brought here after the Battle of Camlann. We visit his gravesite in the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey and learn of an earlier legend of Joseph of Arimathea and the Holy Grail. We visit the tranquil and atmospheric Chalice Well Gardens where the cup from the Last Supper was said to have been hidden in the First Century by Joseph himself. The truly magical town of Glastonbury has something for everyone including a great selection of New Age shopping and fun and quirky cafes for lunch.
Our final stop of the day is in Mediaeval Winchester where we head up to the Great Hall, one of the remaining parts of its once great castle. Here we can see King Arthur's Round Table and visit the Camelot of Malory's Mort D'Arthur . Although the table may possibly be 13th century, it's impressive setting and well stocked Arthurian gift shop is a perfect end to any King Arthur fans day.
Central London Stonehenge
Winchester London Victoria Station
Please note that all timings above are estimated and assuming normal traffic conditions. Due to the changeable nature of road conditions, we cannot guarantee a precise time when you will get back to London, it is usually between 6-7pm.
On the return to London your driver will drop you at Victoria Train Station in the city centre. This is one of the largest transport stations in London, with excellent connections to all parts of London and beyond.
Please ensure you arrive at your allocated departure point at least 10 minutes before departure time.
07:20am Outside The British Museum main entrance on Great Russell Street, (MAP) Nearest tube stations are Holborn or Tottenham Court Road
07:30am Outside Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch (MAP) Nearest tube station is Marble Arch
07:45am Outside Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, 97 Cromwell Road (MAP) (wait on Cromwell road by bus stop, not outside hotel entrance) Nearest tube station is Gloucester Road