Dominates the approach to the Castle.
Erected to commemorate the 50th year of her reign.
Stands facing down Windsors main shopping street,Peascod street,which has been pedestrianised.
Great for the kids with a free bus from the town centre.Check the web page for the attractions.
Free buses from Windsor town centre.
Either half hour 19 or hour 38 pounds up the Long walk.
My wife and i used it on our wedding day to get to our reception,makes a change from the car.
If you getting to Windsor without any plans or planned itinerary, best way to get a city map which can be obtain as soon as you get down from the Windsor station.
Visit Windsor Castle to catch a glimpse of how the Royal family live. Incredible grounds and stunning architecture.
The station in Windsor is also very nice. There are some small shops and a couple of cafés where u can sit and have something to eat or drink.
The Windsor, Castle is a royal residence and if the flag in this picture is flying it means the Queen is in!
The Parish Church is on High Street near the Guildhall and is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. The current church was designed by Charles Hollis, built between 1820-1822.
Worth a few hours, the Castle is impressive and the inside tour is a must if your into the "royal" element.
Besides visiting the famous castle or Eton College i recommend you to visit Windsor town. A lot of beautiful Streets and small colorful alleys. some unique old houses and some nice pubs !
A really royal castle, with state apartments, art, culture, chapel, a great park, pleasant views and even changing guards..