This historic building is surrounding by some beautiful greenery and dates back to the 11th century.
The Queen herself is said to be recovering at the castle, following a recent illness. Many events are hosted throughout the year at this unique attraction, including horse racing, exhibitions, boat-racing and classical music concerts.
In short, there is something for everyone, and it is a great place for all the family to visit. While visiting the castle, guests will get the chance to explore the state apartments, which are decorated with fantastic paintings and treasures from European artists such as Van Dyck and Holbein, among others.
Included in the attraction is an audio tour, which lasts around two hours and gives you a complete history of the residence and the royalty that resides within it.
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Posted by Kevin Smith