Windsor Castle is the official residence of Her Majesty, and her favourite weekend getaway. It’s also the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. The Drawings Gallery, St George’s Chapel and the State Apartments bring over 1000 years of royal history to life.
You’ve seen the film, played with the toys, now it’s time to visit the spiritual home of everyone’s favourite plastic brick. Featuring over 55 interactive rides, live shows and building workshops, it's great for the kids - big and small.
Every castle needs a garden, and oh what a garden Windsor Great Park is. Part of The Royal Landscape, this stunning place is home to woodland, grassland, the odd ancient oak tree, and it has its own deer park, too.
Wander along the banks of the River Thames at Runnymede – the historic site where the Magna Carta was sealed in 1215, now part of the National Trust. Stop at Ankerwycke to see the National Trust's oldest tree.
Download the Windsor & Eton Heritage Walking Trail Map to check out the must-see sites at your own pace.
Take your lead from the royals and see Windsor from the comfort and luxury of an Orchard Poyle horse-drawn carriage.
Jump aboard the amphibious Duck Tours vehicle to view Windsor from land then…splash… the Thames.