Windsor Castle Tickets

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Opening hours

1st March to 31st October - 9.30am to 5.15pm

1st November to 28th February - 9.45am to 4.15pm

Last admission one hour and 15 minutes before closing

The Castle may close at other times for Royal or State events. Check the website for full details.

How to get there

Windsor SL4 1NJ, UK

Travelling by train is one of the best ways to get to Windsor Castle. The nearest station to the Castle is ten minutes

FAQ

How old is Windsor Castle?
Construction began on Windsor castle in the reign of William the Conqueror in the 11th century. It
Does the Queen live at Windsor?
The Queen
When is Changing of the Guard?
VChanging of the Guard ceremonies usually take place at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11am. Any changes to the schedule are advertised on the castle
How long will a visit take?
There
Is there a guided tour?
Perhaps the best way to see Windsor Castle is by using the free multimedia guide which is available in nine different languages. The audio tour is narrated by the Prince of Wales, and guides visitors through the castle grounds, State Apartments and St George

Must-know

St George
One of the highlights of this visit is the chance to get inside the beautiful St George
Waterloo Chamber
One of the most spectacular rooms in Windsor Castle is the Waterloo Chamber, which was built to commemorate the defeat of Napoleon in 1805. The panelled walls of the chamber are covered in portraits of the monarchs and military leaders involved in the battle, with a huge portrait of the Duke of Wellington taking pride of place. Don
Queen Mary
This intricate dolls house was made for Queen Mary, wife of King George V in the 1920s and was designed to be as true to life as possible. Every little detail is included in the house, which even boasts working electricity and running water. The house was designed by famous architect Edwin Lutyens, and even has a fully stocked wine cellar. The dolls house has been positioned to let visitors walk right around it, and examine the details from every angle.

Places nearby

Legoland Windsor
Very close to the castle is the UK
Legoland Windsor

Legoland Windsor. Gary Perkin / Shutterstock.com

Windsor Great Park
The huge 5,000 acre Windsor Great Park was originally the monarch
Windsor Great Park

Windsor Great Park. goga18128 / Shutterstock.com

Bekonscot Model Village
This quintessentially English attraction is the world
Bekonscot Model Village

Bekonscot Model Village