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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...more
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Lucky to have a beautiful day to see the castle. Joined the free guided tour, which covered the major points of the castle before we wandered around on our own. Christmas decorations were extremely classy, in a backdrop of the lovely rooms which can be...More
Visited as a part of an organised day trip from the West Midlands with a local coach company on a Saturday .
We arrived around 11.15am at Windsor so by the time we arrived at the castle it was getting on towards midday so the...More
We have visited the Castle before, this time specifically to view the Wedding Dress Display. It was a really busy day being a Saturday. Booked our tickets in advance , there was a delay of about 45 minutes getting in. Lots of the usual pushing...More
We visited the Windsor Castle during the last week of December. A day well spent with a lot historical value.
The Castle is very beautiful inside, the chapel which is part of the castle was closed on that day. Walking distance from the train station....More
Windsor Castle is a great historical site to come and visit while in London. It is very easy to get to as it is walking distance from the Windsor and Eton railway station. You might have to transfer from underground to GWR trains if you're...More
The Queens family are German but Elizabeth is born in Britain. When the family took the throne the used the name Windsor. The castle is the property of the Queen like Balmoral and Sandrigham. When the chapel burnt in the fire it was the Queen...More
Unfortunately we timed our visit just as the Castle closed for two weeks of renovations, so only managed to look from the outside.
It is such an imposing structure on top of the hill, you can’t miss it. Been a long time ago so disappointed...More
Response from Ewhitaker | Reviewed this property |
I took the train from London. Not sure about parking. The castle is closed a few days at the beginning of May though. Check out their webpage for more info. And you can send your question directly to them. The link to... More
I took the train from London. Not sure about parking. The castle is closed a few days at the beginning of May though. Check out their webpage for more info. And you can send your question directly to them. The link to contacting them is at the bottom of the website.
Hey everyone, So I was wondering if anyone here had any thoughts, reviews etc of the London Pass, specifically the London pass with the travel card. I was thinking of getting it for my trip next year but I have a couple questions and concerns. Their website says it is good at the Tower Bridge for free admission but when I look on the Tower Bridge website there is no mention of it. Will they recognise it or will using it involve a hassle at the noted attractions? I also noticed that...More
January 10, 2017|
Search London Pass on these forums and you'll see many threads about this. The consensus is it's not a good deal.
Train tickets from Heathrow to Earls Court & Windsor Castle (13 Replies)
We will be in London for 6 days and will require some form of travel ticket to take us from Heathrow Airport to Earls Court and at the end of our stay from Earls Court to Waterloo Station. We also wish to visit Windsor Castle (form Earls Court)and back to Earls Court during our stay. My husband uses a compact manual wheelchair. Other than the above mentioned trips we do not envisage using public transport. What would be the best ticket for us to purchase please? Oyster, Travelcard of some...More
April 25, 2007|
You can get from LHR to Earl's Court using the Tube, as the Piccadilly line offers barrier-free access at the airport and at Earl's Court. There are lifts at Earl's Court from the Piccadilly line to the ticket hall (at the Earl's Court Road way out), plus a small ramp for the few steps up from ticket hall to street level. There are lifts at Earl's Court for the District line too, but they're not as accessible as the lifts for the Piccadilly line. Using the lifts, though, you can join an...More
Taxi rates (6 Replies)
Can someone tell me on average how much a taxi costs to go from a LHR area hotel to Windsor Castle? Thanks in advance!
April 04, 2018|
A prebooked minicab around £25-30, whereas taking a taxi from the rank, if willing to go, will be considerably more.