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Windsor Castle Admission Ticket

1. Windsor Castle Admission Ticket

Established in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. It has been remodeled by a succession of kings and queens, including Henry II, Charles II, and George IV. Today The Queen spends most of her private weekends at Windsor Castle, which is also used regularly for ceremonial and state occasions. Your ticket provides admission to the Castle, including the magnificent State Apartments, which are furnished with some of the finest treasures from the royal collection. Among the masterpieces are paintings by Holbein, Rubens, and Van Dyck, as well as fine English and French furniture. During the winter months, the sumptuous private apartments created by George IV, known as the Semi-State Rooms, are added to the visitor route. Your admission also includes access to St. George's Chapel. This is one of the most beautiful ecclesiastical buildings in England, and is the final resting place for 10 monarchs, including Henry VIII and Charles I. There is a lot to see and do at Windsor Castle, so please allow enough time to make the most of your visit, which is likely to last between 2.5 and 3 hours. The Castle is at situated at the top of a steep hill, and the visitor route covers long distances, so comfortable shoes are advised.

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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Roman Baths Day Trip

2. Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Roman Baths Day Trip

Windsor Castle Over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you in Windsor Castle, which is perched high above the River Thames, just outside of London. From William the Conqueror to the current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. See for yourself the splendor of St. Georges chapel and the sumptuous state apartments. Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs. Shakespeare is said to have written his play, The Merry Wives of Windsor, in one of them!     Bath Bath, another world heritage site, is a beautiful Georgian city with delightful crescents, terraces, and architecture. Following a panoramic tour of the city, visit Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge, where the river Avon cascades over the weir. You can also shop, explore the area, or take an afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to the string quartet. You may choose to avail of the optional entrance to the Roman Baths that were built nearly 2,000 years ago. The magnificent Roman public bath complex and Roman temple were built on Britain's only natural hot water spring. Admire the ancient Roman statues and architecture as you walk around the steaming pool.  Stonehenge The most famous prehistoric monument in the world, and now a world heritage site, Stonehenge stands alone in the vast, empty tract of Salisbury plain. Its origins date back nearly 5,000 years. Since then, it has become a symbol for paganism, spiritual worship, and a topic of long standing public debate. Unlock the secrets for yourself and marvel at this mysterious feat of ancient engineering and design. Select the option with entrance included to gain access to the site.

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From London: Half-Day Trip to Windsor with Castle Tickets

3. From London: Half-Day Trip to Windsor with Castle Tickets

Depart London and journey west on a coach tour that is perfect for those who want to enjoy a morning visit to Windsor and return to London in time to spend the afternoon and evening at leisure. Relax on board the coach as it makes its way to the historic town of Windsor. On arrival, enter Windsor Castle and discover an official residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at your own pace. Learn the history of the castle and working palace, from its 11th-century origins following the Norman invasion of England by William the Conqueror. Stroll the beautiful grounds and view the castle's imposing architecture from the outside. Return to London by coach at approximately 13:30, leaving you with plenty of time to enjoy the rest of the day to get on with your own plans. 

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Windsor Castle Afternoon Sightseeing Tour from London

4. Windsor Castle Afternoon Sightseeing Tour from London

Take a fascinating trip through centuries of royal history on a half-day afternoon tour of Windsor Castle, with round-trip transfers from central London. Although unescorted, the provided audio guides contain a wealth of information and are available in 8 different languages. Located on the banks of the River Thames in royal Berkshire, the castle is steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century and the days following the Norman invasion. As you explore at your own pace, discover the sweep of Windsor Castle’s landscaped gardens and the imposing turrets of the Round Tower built by Henry II. See priceless artworks by Rembrandt and Leonardo Da Vinci in the lavish state apartments and visit St. George’s Chapel, the atmospheric last resting place of former monarchs, such as Henry VIII. You can also see the Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, an incredible structure complete with working lifts, running water, electricity and wine bottles, all in miniature.

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Private Tour from London: Windsor Castle & Hampton Court

5. Private Tour from London: Windsor Castle & Hampton Court

This 6 hour tour will conduct you to the royal settings of Windsor Castle and Hampton Court. The drive to these magnificent locations will take you through riverside meadows at Runnymede where King John signed the Magna Carta. Ideal for one or two couples, a family, or any group of up to 8 people, this chauffeur-driven sedan tour will take you to explore the Royal grounds in the safety and comfort of a private car. Built high above the River Thames, Windsor Castle has been home to the Royal Family for 900 years. It is the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. Its magnificent State Apartments are still used today for state occasions and royal receptions by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the Royal family. Built in 1514 and beautifully situated, Hampton Court Palace was a favorite residence of Henry VIII. Five of his wives lived here, and the ghosts of two are alleged to haunt it. While here, you may choose to visit the manicured masterpieces of Hampton Court Gardens. A chauffeur-driven sightseeing tour provides a door-to-door service that is much more convenient than taxis, buses or other means of public transportation. Your driver will wait patiently as you take photographs, or visits museums or other attractions during your tour. Our chauffeurs know the area very well, and can provide a panoramic tour with historic highlights and luxurious transport to and from the sites visited. Let us help you enjoy a perfect outing to Windsor Castle and Hampton Court.

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What people are saying about Windsor Castle

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 1,439 reviews

All the guides I spoke to were very helpful and knew so much about their areas of responsibility. The guides in St George's chapel were particularly knowledgeable. The state rooms, including those renovated after the fire, take one's breadth away. The cafe in the under-croft is a good place to rest and recover.

It was my first experience and things worked so great . Would definitely book my next experience from this .

Saw the changing of the guard. Thoroughly enjoyed our tour round the castle. Had a wonderful time.

All you would expect from from this fabulous castle and a lot more..!

wonderful experience - so lovely to see the inside of the castle.