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Welcome to 4800 acres of sweeping parkland, award-winning gardens, ancient woodland and forest trails that are just waiting to be explored.There is something for everyone within Windsor Great Park, at any time of year. Encompassing The Savill...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Windsor Great Park | The Crown Estate Office, Windsor SL4 2HT, England
Overall the park is generally great to walk around except bank holidays and Sundays.Certainly there are a several interesting parts but sometimes spoilt by the amount of dogs. Twenty years ago it was slightly better as more people now decend on the park.
I grew up nearby, this was the first visit for 10 years. Nothing much changed but still spectacular. We stayed in Eton, caught the train to Virginia Waters and walked back. It’s a really special thing to do around the lake, through Valley Gardens, getting...More
The aptly-named Long Walk from the Castel to the slightly improbable equestrian statue of George III, and back, takes one along a tree-lined avenue of some five miles (eight kilometres) with fields, occasional ponds, and a wonderful deer park. At different times I've seen thousands...More
This will be the 3rd year that I go to Windsor Great park regularly. I live in the area, so I can do it easily. I used to purchase a year annual car park pass, which allows me to park in all of its car...More
Visited by public transport. Train from Waterloo to Windsor and Eton Central station then a taxi to Ranger's Gate. We were quoted £18 for the taxi by one firm we phoned but managed to get one for £10 by hailing one in the street. There...More