The following review came to me today from one of our agents who sells tickets for us.
Paddy’s knowledge of the area and its history was wonderful. His respect for the community, his country and the Royal Family was evident. I enjoyed every minute of the tour and delighted in his company.
On Monday the 17th June 2019. Windsor Castle will host the Ceremony of the Garter an ancient ceremony going back to 1348 and started by King Edward III. There are a lucky few that have tickets to attend, but for the remaining visitors today an alternative.
Take one of our walks today. Starting at 10.45am The Military History Walk. In the afternoon at 1pm A Walk in Eton and later at 3.30pm Victoria 200. Tickets from windsor.gov or our website or from the Windsor Information Centre. You can also email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be some change to our normal route in Windsor.
Starting on the 10th June we will see the guard changing everyday in Windsor. Two ways to view the change. Either by purchasing a ticket and gaining access to the castle by 10.55am. Or by watching the guard march past anywhere on the High St.
It is such an honour to be doing this. We are very pleased with our latest review for A Walk in Eton.
Tickets online here or over the counter at the Windsor Information Centre
We are pleased to announce extra dates when Victoria 200 will be available. Running again from 4th June 2019 – 31st July 2019. Tickets from here
We are delighted to get the following review of Victoria 200 Walk. You can see this on tripadvisor.
Tickets available here
We are now on whatsapp and you can find that on mobile devices only, on the bottom right of the page. Click it and send us a message and we will get right back to you. You can also use it to ask us questions about our walks.
This Saturday 18th May at 14.30 hours will see the Household Cavalry exercising their freedom to march through Windsor. It is in fact a goodbye parade. After 200 years of being in Windsor. The Household Cavalry have done Windsor proud and have been an outstanding and excellent regiment. It will be sad to see them go.
There are expected crowds of around 10-15,000 and as Windsor Castle is closed that day for the Royal Wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Tom Kingston, the castle is closed so there will be quite a gathering of visitors and veterans watching in Windsor on Saturday.
The parade starts at Combermere Barracks and on to the Long walk on to Park St, St Albans St, Castle Hill and the High St. The parade will advance and face the Guild Hall and pause for a short moment. It will then make it’s way back to Combermere Barracks.
Starting the 10th of June we have the Royal Guard marching everyday. You can see them on the High St anytime from around 10.45am.
Occasionally we do get asked if visitors can bring their bikes with them on a walk, knowing that Berkshire is very popular with bicycle riders.
As Windsor is a heavily pedestrianized area it is difficult to carry and walk a bicycle around. So we encourage visitors who have bikes to use the bike locking areas around Windsor. The most central being the Windsor Royal Shopping Entrance. There are six racks located in that position and other locations include the following
Oxford Road East
Bachelor Acre – next to disabled parking.
River street Car Park
Thames Street (Windsor Bridge)
There are racks available in both train stations.
See a map of Windsor here.