Explore the largest inhabited castle in the world and the residence of the Queen. Windsor Castle is an important part of British Royal heritage and dates back over 900 years. Discover the magnificently furnished rooms with fine works of art in the State Apartments including work by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and Gainsborough. Discover the tombs of St George's Chapel, one of the finest works of Gothic architecture in England, where Henry VIII and Charles I are at rest. One of the highlights of your visit will be viewing the most famous doll's house in the world that once belonged to Queen Mary. You will also learn of the fire that nearly destroyed the castle in 1992. From 26 October to 6 January and 19 January to 17 February 2019, your visit will include A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex exhibition. After your tour you will get to enjoy an afternoon tea at The Castle Hotel, complete with finger sandwiches, an array of cakes, homemade scones and freshly brewed tea or coffee. The afternoon tea will make a marvellous end you royal day out at the castle.
Need to Know
On arrival at Windsor Castle take your voucher to the door on the left-hand side of the main entrance to avoid queuing with visitors waiting to purchase tickets. You can then pick up a multimedia guide if you wish and join the tour of the castle. Visit the State Apartments and St Georges Chapel (closed on a Sunday) and see the world's most famous doll's house. After your tour you will make your way to The Castle Hotel where you will be served an afternoon tea with three finger sandwiches, a variety of fine cake, homemade scones with preserves and clotted cream, and your choice of tea or coffee.