Category: The Military History Walk


Another great review on Trip Advisor

Check out our latest review for the Military history walk here.

I love my job

I have a great job telling everyone about the countries history. It’s awesome.

New Review

The following review came to me today from one of our agents who sells tickets for us. Delightful Day! 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 andRead More …

Ceremony of the Garter

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 ourRead More …

Nintendo on the Military History Walk

We are delighted by the feedback and recommendation we have received from Nintendo. The eleven international executives attended the Military History Walk last week and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. They are a very professional team that had been gathered from around the world and had taken time out fromRead More …

St George’s Day

This year St George’s Day falls on the 23rd April 2019 Easter Bank Holiday Tuesday. A perfect time to celebrate St George’s Day on the Military History Walk in Windsor. The Military History Walk is our most popular walk and covers the Windsor Victoria Cross recipients, Cromwell and the NewRead More …

Royal Wedding Date

The date for the next Royal Wedding has been released as Saturday May 18th 2019. Lady Gabriella Windsor will marry Thomas Kingston at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. It will probably be a very private occasion with no general public invites or carriage procession. The reception will be held inRead More …

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Surprise Meeting

It was a great honour to meet Peter Brooks grandson of Sgt Oliver Brooks at the Annual Dinner of the Windsor Branch of the Coldstream Guards Association at the Sgts Mess in Victoria Barracks. As soon as I saw the Victoria Cross I had to introduce myself. It is ofRead More …

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