Built high above the River Thames, Windsor Castle has been home to the Royal Family for 900 years and is still an Official Residence of the Queen.
Windsor Castle is open to the public (Thursday-Monday only). Evan Evans E-tickets will once again be accepted for visits from 6th August 2020.
Face coverings are required for all indoor spaces, but may be removed once at a table at the Undercroft Café.
Visit the magnificent State Apartments, still used for State occasions and Royal receptions. Take some time to explore the castle grounds and the fourteenth-century St. George's Chapel, one of the most beautiful examples of medieval church architecture in England and a burial place of kings and queens, including Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour.
Visitors can walk around the State Apartments, extensive suites of rooms at the heart of the working palace. For part of the year visitors can also see the Semi State rooms, which are some of the most splendid interiors in the castle. They are furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection including paintings by Holbein, Rubens, Van Dyck and Lawrence, fine tapestries and porcelain, sculpture and armour.
Within the Castle complex there are many additional attractions, including the Drawings Gallery, Queen Mary's dolls' house, and the fourteenth-century St. George's Chapel, the burial place of ten sovereigns and setting for many Royal weddings.
Tickets are booked through Evan Evans Tours.
Windsor Castle Opening Hours:
March to October: 9.30am - 5.30pm, last admission 4.00pm
November to February: 9.45am - 4.15pm, last admission 3.00pm
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.
Viewing at Windsor Castle is restricted on Sundays. On rare occasions the State Apartments may be closed. [More Details]
Tickets purchased directly from Royal Collection Trust can be converted into a 1-Year Pass if you are a UK Taxpayer and treat your ticket purchase as a donation. Tickets booked through this website or from other ticket agents are for single visits only.
Windsor Castle (Admission Ticket)
Value for money - lovely place but back hurt too much to be able to walk around as much as I would have liked