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Windsor Castle

23 Francis Street, Windsor SL4 1NJ, England
+44 303 123 7304
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US$54.38*
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Windsor Half Day Tour Including Entry to Windsor Castle from London
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US$60.86*
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Windsor Castle Admission with Transport from London
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US$103.59*
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Small-Group Tour: Windsor Castle Express Tour by Train
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Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and offers an extraordinarily rich and varied day out. Throughout its history, the Castle has been redecorated, enlarged and rebuilt. Today The Queen spends most of her private weekends at the Castle, which is also used regularly for ceremonial and State occasions. Your ticket to Windsor Castle includes entry to our exhibition Waterloo at Windsor.
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:30
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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23 Francis Street, Windsor SL4 1NJ, England
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+44 303 123 7304
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Windsor Castle is a must see. The grounds are beautiful and there is much to see. Get the audio tour which is helpful to provide some history. If you are staying in London take the train from Waterloo station, takes about an hour.

1  Thank CandiTravels
Reviewed yesterday

Built in the 1200s it's amazing that this historic building and grounds has been maintained in excellent condition. If you're staying in London, it's about a one-hour bus ride to Windsor. Plan on spending a day 'cause you'll want to explore the castle fully. Be...More

1  Thank Paul D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Boy did we pick the wrong day. Ascot in the area, queen was at the castle, and there was a parade. We drove and drove, went down the sale roads multiple times, got stuck in parade traffic, and overall faced frustration for almost 2 hours...More

Thank Cindy C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was one of the best spots we could visit. However, the security control was weird. When u enter the house of dolls and other internal spaces, you must show your entrance ticket again. Even though we were ultra-mega-checked at the entrance and, even if...More

Thank Andrés L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went on a public holiday so there was a big queue at the entrance. We waited around two hours to get the entry . The castle has a massive architecture and must say that it is a masterpiece of British work. It has rooms...More

Thank kratisagar
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A must visit place. It was my first experience going to a castle which is still functional and still in use. The oppulence and tasteful decor we're a treat to go through. One star less as I could not understand the need to keep it...More

1  Thank BharatDaga
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was one of the highlights of our week in London. We took the train in the morning and arrived at about 10am - too late! we queued for what seemed forever on a very hot day but took turns looking around at a nearby...More

1  Thank marafromnowhere
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited here on a Thursday with the family. Once thru security, it was fun to tour the dollhouse, and the castle. Kids really enjoyed the display of Armour and weapons in the castle.They also thought the dollhouse was really quite amazing in its detail. They...More

1  Thank BigJewels68
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A beautiful building. Nice to visit when Elizabeth was in!! Changing of the guard was very impressive.

Thank Samfarmer84
Reviewed 2 days ago

I visited in December to get the Christmas flavor. The castle had some decorations and the season was in full celebration with the shops near the castle. Not much has changed since I last visited 44 years ago however, the grounds are kept meticulously. The...More

1  Thank Horus13
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Stephen D
How much is it for 2 hour visit?
21 June 2017|
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Response from DollyNcUsa | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend getting your tickets on line in advance to prevent standing in "queue" to enter.
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Croutonic
Plan to visit in a couple of weeks with my 14 year old daughter. Is it easy for us to visit Windsor Castle on our own or should I book a tour to take us? We just want transportation to the castle and a few hours to look around the castle then back to London. Thank you in advance.
15 June 2017|
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Response from David W |
Best to do your own thing, although I would recommend booking in advance as it's very busy at the moment. It's easy to get there from London via the train (direct from Waterloo, or via Slough from Paddington). Avoid... More
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