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Windsor Castle Tour

Castle and College

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  • 3 Hours
  • Private Tour for groups of up to 10
  • Avoid long lines with pre-purchased tickets
  • Certified Blue Badge Guide
  • Perfect for children
  • Fun quiz available

Before we start our Windsor Castle Tour, you have a truly spectacular view.  Marvel at the medieval castle, nestled right in the heart of a modern town centre. 

Once we clear security, we are inside the Royal residence with a vast area to explore. Let’s start by taking a short stroll to see if His Majesty is in today? Moving on we pass the original parts of the castle, dating from the 11th Century.  Before moving inside, there’s also time here to admire the perfectly manicured gardens.

Visiting Windsor Castle 

Your private guide can explain why the castle was built here, then you can enjoy the views from the North terrace 30m (100ft) above the River Thames. When entering the State Apartments prepare to be dazzled by the decorative gold, rooms truly fit for a King or Queen. There is so much to see on a Windsor Castle tour, where else can you find pieces by Titian and Rembrandt hanging next to each other? All the artefacts are part of the Royal collection, they are moved around the castle and sometimes loaned to other exhibits.  Don’t worry though, your Blue Badge Guide will make sure you see the best of what’s on display during your private tour of Windsor Castle. 

Leaving the State Apartments we have time to visit the gift shop, maybe you’d like your own gold ornament to dazzle your guests at home! 

Royal Weddings & Burials

Now is our chance to visit somewhere famous from more recent history, St Georges chapel. Venue for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, but also many more weddings over the years. We are aware of its recent use as a working church, but your private guide can tell you much more about this beautiful gothic structure. Final resting place for several British Monarchs including our late Queen Elizabeth II, mind your step, don’t tread on the tomb of Henry VIII as we make our way around!

Before our tour leaves the Windsor Castle grounds, you have a chance to take a picture of the Kings’s guards.  These soldiers in their beautiful uniforms, make sure all is safe within the walls of the Royal residence. 

Exploring Windsor and Eton

Back in the town centre, we start our stroll. Let’s explore the shortest street in England, it will take only seconds. Walking towards the Long Walk we’re treated again to spectacular views of Windsor Castle. This 2.64-mile walk is lined mostly with oak trees and still used today by the Royal Family, as they make their way to annual horse racing events at nearby Ascot.

Walking across a Windsor Bridge over the River Thames we arrive in Eton.  Your guide will explain all about the education pupils receive here at Eton College and tell you about the Old Etonians, many of whom you will recognise, such as:

  • Boris Johnson
  • Prince William
  • George Orwell
  • Bear Grylls
  • Ian Flemming

We then have time to browse Eton High Street admiring the local architecture and the exterior of this famous college.

Your guide will escort you back to Windsor town and happily help with directions or suggestions for the rest of your stay.  If you enjoyed your Tour of Windsor Castle, we’re sure you’d also enjoy a Tower of London Tour.

Windsor Castle Tour

  • Windsor Castle
  • State Apartments
  • Windsor Castle Precincts
  • Eton Town
  • Windsor Market Town


All tours are for private groups only and start from £470. Groups can be up to 10 people. Your entrance tickets to Windsor Castle are included. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!

Departure Point

Outside the Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop. If you are staying in a city centre hotel our guide can meet you there, subject to confirmation.

Departure Time

Thu – Mon 10:00am & 2:00pm


Tour departs from the outside the Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop. Your Guide will be holding a sign with the lead customers name.

Why should you book a tour with our Blue Badge Guides?

  • All of our Guides are Blue Badge holders, this is Britain’s highest professional tourist-guiding qualification, they are the only external guides able to show you around the most famous attractions.
  • Blue Badge guides are carefully selected for an intensive 2 year course culminating in an extensive series of exams in all aspects of History, Art, Architecture, Contemporary Britain and much more
  • Your time on holiday is precious, let our expert team make it memorable for all the right reasons
  • We pride ourselves on being able to tailor tours to your interest, our guides strive to bring your tour to life, making it enjoyable for all ages

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