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WINDSOR CASTLE

Did you know, ten British monarchs are buried at Windsor Castle having spent time there throughout its near 1,000 year history?

Learn more about the fascinating history of this famous attraction in our Windsor Castle 'Then & Now' interactive infographic!

The oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, Windsor Castle is an official residence of Her Majesty the Queen, Elizabeth II and it certainly looks the part.

TIMELINE

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1070
1170
1360
1828
1992
CLICK HERE TO VISIT WINDSOR CASTLE FOR FREE Weddings at Windsor

WEDDINGS AT WINDSOR

Though perhaps superseded in recent years by Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle has been, and still remains a popular wedding spot for the royal family.

  • � 1121 - Henry I and Adelicia of Louvain
  • � 1361 - Edward the Black Prince and Joan of Kent
  • � 1863 - (The future) King Edward VII marries Alexandra of Denmark
  • � 1999 - Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones
  • � 2005 - Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles (Civil Ceremony)
Great Britain's great kitchen

GREAT BRITAIN'S GREATEST KITCHEN

Employing 20 chefs and sous chefs, 3 pastry chefs and 10 porters, the great kitchen at Windsor is considered the oldest working kitchen in the UK. The cellar holds 18,000 bottles, the whisk holds 250 eggs and the clocks run five minutes fast.

The "Round" tower
FREE ENTRY TO OVER 60 ATTRACTIONS

THE “ROUND” TOWER

Though typically photographed to convince otherwise, the Round Tower actually has a square southern side.

Events & Exhibitions

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  • THE QUEEN IN RESIDENCE

  • QUEEN MARY'S DOLLS' HOUSE

  • STATE AND SEMI-STATE

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