Discover the lovely Berkshire town of Windsor at your own particular pace with this brisk and fitting day trip by rail from London's Paddington Station. Windsor has all that you require for an exquisite day out of the capital-rich Regal history, lovely wide open strolls and a charming town center. It has for some time been a standout amongst the most significant towns in Britain's illustrious past and is home to the radiant Windsor Castle – official living adobe of Queen Elizabeth II!
Explore Windsor Castle Discover why this brilliant castle is Her Majesty's most loved weekend home and explore the expansive grounds on this unwinding visit, taken at your own particular pace. [readmore]See the extravagant State Apartments, with fine art by Leonardo Da Vinci and Rembrandt holding tight the walls of the castle, the complexity of Queen Mary's Dolls' House and visit St George's Chapel, the last resting spot of Henry VIII, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
The tour is non-guided, joined by an audio-guide and lasts around two hours. Departure Your excursion begins from Paddington Station at 8.50am, where you will meet our representative at the Information Desk (at Platform 2), and get a welcome kit with all you will require for the day. The train leaves at 9.21 am, so sit back in your allotted seat and unwind as you zoom to Windsor. Your train will arrive at Windsor and Eton Central by 09:50 am. Back to London You are allowed to pick when to return to London. Trains come back to London each 20-30 minutes until around 10:00 pm
Please Note: The train times are subject to change, contingent upon availability on the train services. So it is very important that you leave your contact number and email location to tell about the changes, if any.
The train times are subject to change, contingent upon availability on the train services. So it is very important that you leave your contact number and email location to tell about the changes, if any
St. George’s Chapel is closed to visitors on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. Worshippers are welcome to attend the services
Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is currently closed until further notice
Windsor Castle is closed on the following dates: 25th – 26th December 2019
The tour is non-guided, joined by an audio-guide and lasts around two hours