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Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle

Explore Windsor Castle, seat of the English monarchy for a millennium. Within it's mighty battlements stands the iconic Round Tower, the very symbol of the Royal family.

Housing some of the most stunning state rooms ever created, Windsor also contains many of the most extraordinary artefacts in England: the musket ball that killed Lord Nelson, some of the world’s most famous paintings and enough arms and amour to fight a major battle.

Visit the tombs of great historical figures from Henry VIII to Queen Elizabeth II, now laid to rest with her husband and Mother and Father in St Georges Chapel, church of the Knights of the Garter, a Royal Peculiar, governed by his Majesty and one of the most magnificent examples of Perpendicular Gothic ever created.

Attend the changing of the foot guards, some of Britain's finest military units, exhibiting precision drill in their ceremonial uniform.
Examine the coats of arms of hundreds of knights In St Georges Hall, from the celebrated to the disgraced.
Windsor Castle, site of the births, marriages and burials of kings and queens for a thousand years,


This is the very heart of England and one of the most popular day trips from London.

NB: Changing of the guard takes place Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the year and more frequently during the summer. Dates are viewable here: 

NB. Guiding within St Georges Chapel & the State Rooms is strictly prohibited at Windsor but the free audio guides are excellent and the many custodians on hand are available to answer any questions you may have.

This tour GOES WITH


Hampton Court


Either one of these can be added to make a whole day's touring. while booking Windsor. Simply click Book now/select number of adults/select date/checkout/continue/add to your experience. Then choose either Hampton Court or Stonehenge (NB Bath is not included here)


Trip Details

Pick-up time – 09.00

Drop-off time – 13.30

Drive Time total – 2hrs

Steps (approximate) – 8-10K

Ticket Link (Book for 10am) –


Windsor drive
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