Weekday visit off-season and there were still quite a lot of people around. I'm glad we didn't go in school holidays or at a weekend as I think it would have been overwhelming.
Certainly an interesting place to go and understand more about the history of the castle and the Royal Family but a lot of it was about the history of the Royal Collection of paintings, which for me should be as part of the visits to the National Gallery or the Gallery at Buckingham Palace.
St. George's Chapel was the most interesting part for me but it was nice to see some of the other items around the Castle. I was particularly pleased to see the Colours of the pre-1992 Irish Regiments of the British Army.
It is quite expensive to get it but may get another visit out of it with the year pass. I was disappointed that they didn't have a restaurant or coffee place there as we had planned to have something whilst in there. It meant we had to wait until we finished and then have something in Windsor.
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