Windsor Castle - London

Windsor Castle - London

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Book Windsor Castle tickets for one of the best heritage sites in London

Home to 1,000 years of royal history and multiple British monarchs, Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th Century, it has since been home to 40 monarchs - and now you're invited to take a look inside the Royal Residence. 

There's so many things to do and see at Windsor Castle

Enjoy the ultimate royal experience at the historic 13-acre home of the British monarchy:

  • State Apartments Ceremonial Rooms: Used by the Royal Family today, these rooms host official visits by Heads of State, investitures and awards ceremonies. 
  • See the large malachite urn presented to Queen Victoria by Tsar Nicholas I in 1839
  • Gaze at the gold-covered walls in disbelief as this room was severely damaged by the fire of 1992
  • State Apartments Historic Rooms: Built for Charles II and his Queen, Catherine of Braganza
  • Semi-State Rooms: The private apartments created for George IV featuring furnishings from his former London residence
  • See Queen Mary's Dolls' House, built between 1921 & 1924, it houses over 1,500 furnishings from the finest artists and craftspeople. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the house in 2024!
  • Marvel at the gothic architecture of St George's Chapel and admire the stone ceiling, added by Henry VII
  • Explore the tombs of 11 monarchs including Queen Elizabeth II, Henry VIII & Charles I
  • Admire the bronze model of Windsor Castle in the famous Moat Room
  • Watch the Changing of the Guard on Thursdays and Saturdays, a spectacle of British pageantry
  • Treat yourself to the Castle Treasures and observe the elegant paintings from many famous artists

PLUS: Enjoy a free multimedia guide especially for children to keep them engaged and entertained throughout this exciting and educational tour

Royal Afternoon Tea at the Royal Windsor Palace 

If you're feeling a bit peckish throughout your Castle exploration, stop by the Undercroft Cafe, one of the oldest surviving spaces:

  • Serves a selection of snacks, from quick bites to delicious lunches
  • Enjoy an ever-changing menu that supplies fresh salads and homemade soups
  • Buy quintessentially British sandwiches, from bloomers and baguettes to sandwiches and wraps
  • Children's Boxes are available for little ones: cheese/ham rolls, crisps, juice and a jelly pot
  • There is a wide range of drinks onsite, from coffee and tea to juice and sparkling drinks
  • The Undercroft Cafe caters for all dietary requirements

Spend your weekend where King Charles III loved to spend his, and visit the stunning fortress that is Windsor Castle this year - a great day out for the whole family!

Book Windsor Castle tickets now for one of the best days out in London, and discover why this beautifully classic Castle is such an important heritage site!

Standard Entry Tickets - Windsor Castle

Book Windsor Castle tickets! Experience the oldest & largest castle in the world & spend a family day out in London at this incredible heritage site!

Available to 30 December 2024
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How to find us

Address: Windsor Castle, Castle Hill, Berkshire, SL4 1NJ

What3Words: hang.fence.afford

By Train:

  • Windsor & Eton Central
  • Windsor & Eton Riverside
  • Windsor Central Station
  • Public transport accessible
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Toilets
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Cloakrooms
  • Food and drink

Yes, Windsor Castle is fully accessible and concession rates are available for carers.

No, Windsor Castle is not dog-friendly. 

There are a plethora of parks in London where you can walk your furry friend, but unfortunately it won't be at Windsor Castle. 

Yes, Windsor Castle serves a selection of food. 

  • The Undercroft Cafe serves freshly prepared meals
  • They also sell sandwiches, wraps and salads
  • There is a selection of teas and sweet treats

Eating and drinking is not permitted in the State Apartments or St George's Chapel with the exception of bottled water. 

Yes, Windsor Castle is interactive and educational and can teach children about history, culture, heritage and architecture. 

  • Pushchairs can be used around the Castle grounds, but will need to be checked into the cloakroom before entering indoor areas. 
  • Baby carriers and hip seats are available to borrow, for free of charge. 
  • Breastfeeding is welcome anywhere in the Castle. 
  • Toilets and baby-care facilities are located at the start of your visit, on the North Terrace and next to the Undercroft Cafe. 
  • Photography and filming including wearable devices are not permitted anywhere inside the State Apartments or St George's Chapel. 
  • The use of drones is not permitted anywhere. 
  • Photography and filming for non-commercial purposes is highly encouraged in the outdoor areas of Windsor Castle. 

There is a lot to see and do at Windsor Castle, so please allow enough time to make the most of your visit. 

  • The recommended tour time is up to two hours, but you're welcome to spend as long or as little as you'd like onsite. 

St George's Chapel closes at 16:00.

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