ROYAL WINDSOR TOURS IS CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE

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Christmas History Walk

This Christmas get out and about in Windsor on Royal Windsor Tours Christmas History Walk. Starting on 26th December – 31st December 2019 at 1pm. No more mince pies, time to get out and walk and enjoy the day. Limited places available. More details and tickets here.


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 …


Guard Change

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.


Victoria 200 Review

We are delighted to get the following review of Victoria 200 Walk. You can see this on tripadvisor. Tickets available here


Freedom of Entry Parade

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 willRead More …


24 Hour Guards

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.


Bicycle Locking Areas

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 toRead More …


Household Cavalry March

The Household Cavalry will be Exercising their Freedom to march through Windsor on Saturday 18th May at 14.30pm. The Cavalry have been based here for over two hundred years so it will be a goodbye to Windsor Parade. They are due to move down to Salisbury Plain as part ofRead More …


Paddy on English and Canadian TV

Yesterday was the announcement of the birth of HRH Harry and Meghan’s royal baby boy and Windsor was very much enjoying the celebration of it all. With plenty of media about I managed to get on to the 6 and 10pm news on the BBC and also Canadian TV also.


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 …


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