Windsor is one of the most desirable towns in Great Britain, and location of the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, home to Her Majesty the Queen. But it’s not just the Queen and her castle that make Windsor a must-see destination. Join us on this tour to experience what else is on offer.
We’ll show you some lesser-known but beautiful parts of the town, and if you’ve got a sweet tooth, we’ll arrange a private cooking class so you can learn how to make fudge – a typical English treat – and take some home to share with your friends.
After a traditional British lunch, you’ll also have the chance to see Eton College, one of the oldest and most exclusive private schools in Britain, where royal princes and former prime ministers have studied and lived, and where their strange age-old school traditions still exist today!
Windsor High Street
Windsor Great Park
Windsor Castle [outside only]
English snack break
Eton High Street
Native British Mandarin-speaking guide throughout
Lunch in a traditional British pub or restaurant
Transport to/from the tour start/end point [Windsor Central Train Station]
Entry to Windsor Castle
Max 15 customers per guide
Our half-day walking tours are approximately 3 hours long
This tour starts from Windsor Central Train Station
This is a walking tour so we recommend you wear a pair of comfortable shoes you are happy walking in for a prolonged period of time
If departing from London your guide may also be able to meet you in London and accompany you on your journey to Windsor and back, please mention this when enquiring
If you would like to extend your half-day tour into a full day tour, please let us know when enquiring and we will be happy to accommodate
More general details about our tours can be found here.
Although transport is not included in our half-day city walking tours, all tour locations can be easily accessed from London or other nearby cities by train or private vehicle.
Depart from London Paddington Station or London Waterloo Station
Arrive at Windsor and Eton Station (from London Paddington) or Windsor and Eton Riverside (from London Waterloo)
Length of journey: 30min (from London Paddington), 1hr (from London Waterloo)
Approx cost of return ticket: £12 (London Paddington), £13 (London Waterloo)
Train tickets can be booked in advance online here, or you can buy tickets on the day at the train station. Buying tickets in advance online may help you to save money, but please note some of these tickets are less flexible and require you to travel at specific times. We also provide a train ticket booking service, which saves you the hassle and helps you to book the tickets right for you. Simply mention that you would like train tickets arranged when submitting the form below.
If you would prefer to travel by private vehicle with your own driver, we can also arrange this for you. Simply mention that you would like private vehicle and driver arranged when submitting the form below. Please note, driving times can be significantly longer than train times.