Windsor is the perfect destination to explore a wealth of British history and heritage, just a short train ride from London. Windsor has something for everyone, from a great selection of shops and restaurants to castles, churches and even a family-friendly amusement park - one of the best in the country.
Visit the majestic Windsor Castle, a true pillar of English history, just a few moments walk from Windsor & Eton Riverside station. There are tons of things to do within the castle grounds, from guided tours to marvelling at some of the world’s finest pieces of art. Plus, you can buy a combined ticket with your train fare to save money on the attraction costs. Looking for a great day out for the kids? Legoland Windsor is the perfect place, with shuttle buses from Windsor & Eton station making the theme park easily accessible.
Fast Fact: Windsor Castle, home to British royalty for almost 1,000 years, is the oldest and biggest inhabited castle in the world.
Step into a world of British royalty with a visit to the historic Windsor Castle. Still a working royal palace to this day, Windsor Castle is a maze of magnificent state rooms, chapels and exhibitions. Enjoy one of the tours, witness Changing the Guard, and don’t forget to pick up a souvenir at the gift shop.
The Legoland Windsor Resort is one of the best family days out in the country, with over 55 interactive rides and attractions for people of all ages to enjoy. Aimed at those aged 2-12 years old, the live shows, workshops, attractions and gorgeous parkland are sure to keep you busy - the tough part is fitting it all into one day!
Windsor Great Park covers 4,800 acres, with a longstanding history as a hunting forest popular among Saxon kings. Nowadays the grounds are perfect for walks and picnics, or you can jump on a bike to see even more of the wonderful grounds.
Located on Windsor High Street, close to the castle, Windsor Guildhall is now home to the Windsor and Royal Borough Museum. Enjoy a look at this historic building, dating from 1687, which has proved popular for a number of famous weddings - from Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles to Elton John and David Furnish.