Berkshire SL4 1NJ
Tel: 020 7766 7304
March to October 09:45-17:15 (last admission 16:00)
November to February 09:45 - 16:15 (last admission 15:00)
Closed: 25th & 26th December and St George's Chapel closed on Sundays
As Windsor Castle is a working royal palace, opening arrangements may change at short notice.
Access and facilities for disabled visitors.
London Pass Benefits:
Free entry to Windsor Castle with The London Pass
Normal Windsor Castle Tickets Price: Adult: £17.75 Child: £10.60
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and it's the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Built over 900 years ago the castle's floor covers a massive 480,000 square feet.
The castle is surrounded by some beautiful gardens and the picturesque English countryside. St George's Chapel, inside the grounds, is a fine example of gothic architecture and features the tomb of Henry VIII.
Windsor Castle is currently home to a special exhibition The Queen: Portraits of a Monarch, until Sunday, 9th June 2013.
Visitors can explore the magnificent State Apartments which are lavishly furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection, including masterpieces by Rubens, Holbein, Brueghel and Van Dyck. Ticket holders get a free self-guided audio tour that lasts around 2 hours and is full of all the information you need to know about this royal residence.
Situated on the outskirts of London, visitors can get to Windsor Castle from London Paddington or London Waterloo Train Stations in around 30 minutes.
How will the London Pass help at Windsor Castle London?
- Free Windsor Castle Tickets - worth £17.75
- London Pass Travel option covers the train connection to and from Windsor worth over £10
Show your London Pass to skip the long queues at the gate - a real treat in the busy summer months
While in Windsor you can also visit Eton College, one of the most exclusive schools in the country that has educated many former British Prime Ministers as well as members of the Royal family.
View a full list of attractions in London you can visit for free with a London Pass.
17th June 2013
"The Pass allowed us to do everything it said we could and we really found that it gave us a lot of liberty to move around and visit and make our stay the best it could be!"
Lisa from Canada
"I purchased the London Pass and Travel Card together for my week long visit to London. Those to items help make my visit a low pressured/low stress trip. Almost everything we wanted to see was included in the London Pass list of attractions. Great value, and will save you time, by not having to wait in lines to purchased admission tickets."