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Windsor Castle Entrance Tickets with Audio Guide

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Explore Windsor Castle, the home for kings and queens for the last 1,000 years!

  • Enjoy entry into the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, Windsor Castle
  • Fun Fact: This is the Queen's favorite weekend home
  • Stroll through the lavish State Apartments, furnished with paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Canaletto
  • Visit the beautiful 14th-century St. George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married
  • Admire the lovely miniature Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, and, if you're lucky, watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony
  • You will have a multimedia guide for company, so you can listen to fascinating stories about all that you see around you
  • Multimedia Guide Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian & Brazilian Portuguese
  • Discounted Tickets: Ages 3-16yrs, seniors and students enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID)
  • This ticket cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled
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Windsor Castle Half Day Tour from London

Duration: 5.5 Hrs
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Step foot into Her Majesty's favorite weekend residence!

  • Perched atop a wooded hill overlooking the Thames, Windsor Castle has served as the home for kings and queens for over a 1,000 years
  • Once you head to the designated meeting point, you will be transported to the castle aboard an air-conditioned coach
  • Enter the regal State Apartments and find here works by painters like Rembrandt and Da Vinci
  • See Queen Mary's Dolls' House, a miniature royal home that includes electricity, running water, and functioning lifts
  • Make your way to St. George's Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had gotten married
  • All through your tour, you will have a handy audio guide for company, offering you insights on all that you see
  • Audio Guide Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish
  • Seniors, students, and children aged 3 to 16 years enjoy reduced prices. A family ticket of 2 adults and 2 children can also be availed
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24h before the schedule
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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath Tour with Access to Roman Bath From London

Duration:11 Hrs
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Uncover more than 5,000 years of history in one day with a visit to three of England's national treasures

  • Sign on for a scenic and educational tour that takes you from one picture-perfect location to another
  • Enjoy convenient transfers in a luxury A/C coach and guidance from an expert tour guide
  • Head out first to the Windsor Castle, the 900-year-old official residence of the Queen of England
  • Take in the lavishly-decorated State Rooms and St George's Chapel, and on select mornings, you'll catch the Changing the Guard Ceremony
  • Next up, visit the Roman baths, a historical bathhouse built over hot springs over 2000 years ago by the Romans
  • Saunter through its quiet, charming streets and admire historic sites like Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge
  • Don't forget to taste the famous spa water containing 43 minerals, attracting visitors from all over the world
  • Finally, head to the 5000-year-old Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with significant historical relevance
  • Ticket options provided guided tours in English, Spanish and French. Choose as per convenience
  • Ages 0-3yrs go free. Ages 3-16yrs, students, and families (2 adults+2 children) enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID)
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24hrs before the schedule
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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford from London

Duration: 11 Hours
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Exploring the best out-of-town attractions from London with round-trip transfers included

  • Benefit from hassle-free transfers to and from London on Wifi enabled AC coach as well as the company of a professional English guide on this tour
  • Begin with the famous Windsor Castle, the favorite residence of Her Majesty, the Queen of England
  • Enjoy a walking tour of Windsor before you make your way to the famous Stonehenge and learn about its significance
  • Walkthrough Oxford, home to some of the famous colleges in the world, including the University of the same name
  • Admire the architecture of Trinity College and the Bridge of Sighs and the quiet charm of the Sheldonian Theater and the Ashmolean Museum
  • You can either opt to take a walking tour outside the attractions or enter the attractions
  • This tour will depart from Victoria Coach Station at 8 AM, and you will return at 7 PM approximately
  • Discounted tickets: Children (ages 3-16) and students enjoy reduced prices on this tour. Infants below the age of 3 can enter for free
  • You may cancel this experience up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge Guided Tour from London

Duration:11 Hours
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A guided tour of three out-of-town attractions, steeped in over 5,000 years of England's history

  • Set out on a scenic tour of the Stonehenge, the town of Windsor and the hamlet of Bath
  • Pick up intriguing stories and historical facts about the attractions you'll visit from your expert tour guide
  • Board comfortable coaches and head to the first stop on your itinerary, Windsor Castle
  • Visit official residence of the Queen of England, and gasp at the marvelously-decorated State Rooms
  • Enter St George's Chapel and picture the stunning wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018
  • Next, head to the memorable town of Bath; take in the quaint streets and admire historic sites like Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge
  • Finally, arrive at Stonehenge, a 5000-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site that was deemed the world's most famous Neolithic monument
  • Ages 0-3yrs go free. Ages 3-16yrs, students, and families (2 adults+2 children) enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID)
  • This tick cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled
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Windsor, Salisbury Cathedral, Stonehenge and Bath Tour

Duration:12hrs
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A day trip from London to 4 of the UK's most desirable locations

  • Get transferred from London in a luxurious A/C coach to the cities of Stonehenge, Windsor, Bath, and Salisbury
  • Admire the historic attractions and gain insight with the help of a professional tour guide
  • Visit the majestic standing stone circle, Stonehenge, and the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral, the tallest church spire in the country
  • Stroll through Windsor, take in its charming ambiance and view the Windsor Castle
  • Finally, you will explore the city of Bath on a walking tour
  • You can either opt to take a walking tour outside the attractions or visit the attractions with admission tickets
  • This tour operates in English and Spanish
  • During peak periods, additional vehicles without Wi-Fi may be used.
  • Tour schedule: Daily from1 Apr to 30 Sept. Every Mon, Wed, Fri, and Sat, from 1 Oct to 31 Mar
  • Tour timings: Begin boarding from London at 7:30 AM, and return at 8 PM approximately
  • Discounted tickets: Seniors, students, and children aged 3 - 16 enjoy reduced prices on their tickets. A family ticket of 2 adults and 2 children can be availed on discount
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule
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Why Visit Windsor Castle?

Windsor Castle has served as the home and court of British monarchs since 1070 - over 1000 years! The castle stands tall against the clear skies of Windsor and has been a favorite among royals, state visitors, tourists and locals alike. 

Whether you’re a history buff, royal fanatic or just a curious traveler, a visit to Windsor Castle is a must. Opulent staterooms and chambers decorated with breathtaking art by the likes of Leonardo Da Vinci and Rembrandt welcome visitors into the Castle. The famous Round Tower and St. George’s Chapel round off this magnificent touring experience.

Windsor Castle is situated 40 km away from the bustling city of London and is Queen Elizabeth’s favorite weekend residence. The Castle has been welcoming visitors since the 8th century - when locals would arrive by coach to marvel at the grandiose state apartments.

Over the centuries, the castle has had many additions and renovations. Through old-time wars, the English Civil War, World War I, World War II and a massive fire, Windsor castle has stood tall through it all. St. George’s Chapel is also the burial ground for 10 former English monarchs. As such, there is no better place to dive into England’s extensive history than at the Windsor Castle. 

Today, the Royal Collection Trust has ensured that the Castle has retained its beauty and intriguing stories while offering the latest facilities such as a multilingual audio guide and enhancing accessibility for the visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing visitors.

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Since visiting Windsor Castle is bound to be on most people’s travel list, it is advisable to book Windsor Castle tickets online. Purchasing tickets online helps avoid long lines at the Admission Center during peak hours (most mornings) while also enabling visitors to avail free travel from London and audio guides in different languages.

Once the proper tickets are bought either online or through the Admission Center, visitors can opt to go for a non-guided tour and explore on their own terms or choose a specific tour to take part in. 

A typical Windsor Castle tour starts with the majestic State Apartments, graced by monarchs and their art pieces for centuries. The apartments feature decadent gold and red decorations and equally grand furnishings. Portraits and impressive art pieces from renowned artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Rembrandt are hung on walls all around the Castle but the best pieces are spread between the state apartments, semi-state rooms and the different chambers where state visits and investitures are held.

A trip to the Palace is incomplete without a look at the intriguing Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House - a complete miniature house fit for royalty. The exquisitely designed dollhouse hosts several rooms, a fully-equipped wine cellar, a library, garden, royal chambers and miniature crown jewels. The dollhouse also has working electricity and lifts along with running hot and cold water. 

Once outside, visitors can walk to St. George’s Chapel - a stunning chapel designed in multiple styles of architecture. A climb to the top of the Round Tower completes an engaging tour of Windsor Castle.

Most travelers prefer to have a comprehensive trip of all the areas in cities surrounding London. Thus, a combo tour that covers Windsor Castle along with Stonehenge and Bath, Salisbury or Oxford is a very popular option for most tourists and explorers. 

FAQs

Q. Who lives in Windsor Castle?
A. Windsor Castle has been a royal residence for over 1000 years and hosts Queen Elizabeth II on most weekends.

Q. Where is Windsor Castle?
A. Windsor Castle is in Windsor in the English county of Berkshire.

Q. How far is Windsor castle from London
A. Windsor Castle is around 40 km outside London.

Q. Is Windsor castle worth visiting
A. Yes. The Castle is steeped in centuries of British history and has so many unique attractions. It is a must-visit on your trip to London.

Q. How much time do you need to see the Windsor Castle
A. Windsor Castle takes around 2 to 3 hours to explore at a casual pace. Don’t forget to also visit St. George’s Chapel and the Round Tower.

Q. Is Windsor Castle open all year round
A. Yes, but the castle is closed on certain days every year and when members of the royal family host events at the location. For more info, you can check out the official site.

Q. Does anyone live in Windsor Castle
A. Windsor Castle is home to hundreds of minor royals and staff while also being Queen Elizabeth II’s weekend home.

Q. Does London Pass include Windsor Castle?
A. Yes. Entry to the Castle is included in the London Pass along with access to 80+ other attractions.

Q. How much is entry to Windsor Castle?
A. A standard Windsor Castle ticket costs £23.50 for adults and £13.50 for those under the age of 17 or disabled individuals. Entry to the castle is free for children under 5 years of age. Family tickets (for 2 adults and 3 children) costs £60.50.

Q. How far is Windsor Great Park from Windsor Castle
A. The Windsor Great Park is around 2.7 km (1.7 miles) away from Windsor Castle.