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Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and King Charles III loves to spend her weekends in this stunning fortress.
Built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, the castle is still a favorite residence of the royal family.
This sprawling grand home covers an area of 13 acres and overlooks charming Windsor town – pay the castle a visit and find out why our royals have lived here for centuries!
The Windsor Castle State Apartments
Take a look inside the heart of the working palace – the State Apartments. Regularly used for ceremonial and official occasions, the Apartments are furnished with some of the finest works of art from the Royal Collection. Try and spot the paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Leonardo da Vinci that hang from the walls! During the winter months the richly decorated Semi-State Rooms are added to the visitor route.
Queen Mary’s Dolls House
Specially built for Queen Mary by leading British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in the 1920’s, Queen Mary’s Dolls House is a magical miniature residence with extraordinary attention to detail. Complete with working lights, running water and a tiny garden, this dolls house is a perfect replica of an aristocratic home. The library is even filled with original works by famous writers of the day!
St George’s Chapel
St George’s Chapel is an imposing Gothic building and the resting place for a number of British monarchs. These include Edward IV, who built the Chapel, Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Services are held regularly and this quiet church is a peaceful addition to a Windsor Castle visit.
The Changing of the Guard at Windsor Castle
This rousing, truly British ceremony takes place at 11.00am, weather permitting, from Monday to Saturday between April and the end of June. The rest of the year it takes place on alternate days, with the exception of Sundays.
November 2023 - 28th February 2024
There is no dress code to follow at Windsor Castle. Do wear respectable and modest clothes though, this is one of London's biggest attractions and the royal family live here!
Yes and no. In some rooms you're not allowed to take photos, such as the State Apartments, so be sure to check information when there.
It depends on the time of year and time of day you're visiting. At peak times during holidays, there can be long queues at Windsor Castle.
To avoid the queues and still have a great day out, aim to get to the Castle after midday.
As long as you like really, but most visitors spend between 1 hour and half and two hours.
Windsor Castle has over 1,000 rooms and more than 300 fireplaces!
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