Private, After-Hours Access

Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Windsor Castle Enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity to immerse yourself in history.

Stonehenge EnglandSTONEHENGE

Large crowds, a giant fence, and heavy restrictions can spoil some of the atmosphere at Stonhenge. The nearly 8,000 year old circle of megalithic stones has fascinated humanity for thousands of years.

With our help, you will be among the privileged few to receive after-hours access to Stonehenge. Enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to walk inside the stone circle, where visitors are normally not allowed except at the summer solstice.


Next, you’ll travel 8 miles to visit one of the United Kingdom’s most iconic medieval structures, the Salisbury Cathedral. Here’s you’ll get to view the original Magna Carta, sealed by King John in 1215.  You’ll also find the world’s oldest working mechanical clock, stunning medieval architecture and absolutely breathtaking stained glass windows.


Finally, experience a private guided tour inside Windsor Castle, including the opulent State Apartments and Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House.

The Royal Residence of Windsor Castle has been home to 39 monarchs. The state apartments are decorated with some of the finest works of art in the Royal Collection. Works by Rembrandt, Ruben, and Canaletto adorn the majestic walls.

Queen Mary’s Dolls’ house is a definite highlight. The largest and most famous dolls’ house in the world, it was built for the queen by leading British architects in 1921. Filled with objects made to a tiny 1:12 scale, no detail is left out of this miniature marvel. It includes electricity, running hot and cold water, working elevators, flushing lavatories, a fully stocked wine cellar, a world class library, and perfectly manicured gardens!