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Windsor Guide

Great days out by train

Windsor is the perfect destination for a leisurely potter around its world-famous sights, but why not hop aboard a sightseeing bus for a guided tour, or sit back and relax on a Thames river tour.

Windsor Castle is full of things to see and do. Watch the changing of the Guard at 11am at Windsor Castle, admire some of the world’s finest art in the Royal Collection and marvel at Queen Mary’s Dolls House, complete with running water and electricity. Take a look at our combined ticket for Windsor Castle and save money on your attraction ticket.

Windsor is the perfect destination for a leisurely potter around its world-famous sights, but why not hop aboard a sightseeing bus for a guided tour, or sit back and relax on a Thames river tour.

 

Get some inspiration on what to do when visiting Windsor from our list below:

1. Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is the world’s oldest—and largest—occupied castle. With over 900 years of British history to its past, the castle is one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen, and it covers an area of 26 acres.

Save money on admission with our joint tickets when you go by train.

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2. Windsor Guildhall

Situated in the High Street, about 100 metres from Castle Hill, Windsor Guildhall leads to the main public entrance to Windsor Castle. It is the town hall of the town and in 2011, Windsor and Royal Borough Museum opened in new premises at the Guildhall which attracts many visitors each month.

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3. Burford House

Visit Burford House, in Church Street for a step back in history. It is reputedly where Charles II housed his favourite mistress and was built in 1640. It is reported that there is a tunnel that went from this house to inside the castle.

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4. Market Cross House

Also known as The Crooked House, Market Cross House is a little building that is wonky and leaning. It is easy to find and also the Crooked House of Windsor is the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or a bespoke dinner. Their loose leaf tea & speciality coffees are famously superb!

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5/7. Thames River Cruises

Thames River Cruises are operated by French Brothers who offer return trips upstream to Boveney Lock with views of Windsor Castle, Eton College, Mill House, Windsor Racecourse and Brocas Meadows. Full day longer river cruises are also available.

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6. Legoland Windsor Shuttle Bus

Legoland Windsor is a great day out for kids and is easily accessible by using the Legoland Shuttle Bus from nearby to Windsor & Eton train station - follow the signs from outside the station. The whole experience aims to be fun but also helps promote the development of key ideas including creativity, environmental awareness and road safety.

Save money on admission with our joint tickets when you go by train including shuttle bus.

 

Take a look at some of the other fantastic attractions in Windsor:

Windsor Races

Windsor Races is set on the banks of the River Thames. Spanning across three enclosures for watching racing - The Club Enclosure, The Grandstand Enclosure and the Silver Ring Enclosure - it offers great entertainment. Take a 10-minute river taxi, just a short walk from Windsor & Eton Riverside train station straight to the racecourse.

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City Sightseeing bus tour

The City Sightseeing bus tour travels around Windsor, offering multi-lingual commentary or a live guide on board their distinctive buses. You can even hop on and hop off as much as you like to see the best sights Windsor has to offer. Why not combine your tour with a River Cruise on the River Thames.

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