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The Horse & Groom

The Horse and Groom Windsor is a traditional pub dating back to 1719, the lattice Windows, hanging lanterns, and arched beams give the watering hole a very Tudor-esque feel, have a pint and immerse yourself in its History!

Changing of the Guard

They’re Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace Windsor Castle! The Changing of the guard at Windsor castle takes place daily at 11:00am (April to July end) and on every other day for the rest of the year, depending on the month these are either odd or even. The

Frogmore House

By gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen, Frogmore House Garden, Windsor Home Park, will be open to the public on Thursday 16th May 2013, in aid of Blind Veterans UK.

Windsor Bridge

Formerly a road bridge, but now pedestrianized Windsor Bridge passes over the river Thames between Windsor and Eton.  Said to have been first built in the 12th century AD, the earliest reference to it Windsor Bridge is recorded in 1172 AD when Osbert de Bray collected over £4 from tolls..

The Firestation

Looking for music, theatre, dance or comedy in Windsor then this is the venue for you! Located in the heart of Windsor. Previous acts have included Reginald D Hunter, Shappi Khorsandi and Russell Kane.

Royal Windsor Wheel

Royal Windsor Wheel

The Royal Windsor Wheel in Alexandra Gardens is a Summer attraction in Windsor with 360 degree panoramic views of Windsor; on a clear day one can see all the way to Canary Wharf in London. Journeys last approximately 12 minutes, each capsule/gondola is enclosed for safety and comfort from the weather. Tickets are available on […]

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Superb Tapas Restaurant on Windsors Peascod Street

La Bodega

A wide array of over fifty tapas dishes are available at La Bodega Windsor, a Spanish owned restaurant at the bottom of Windsors Peascod street. Classic Tapas such as Queso Manchego(see above) are offered alongside more adventurous dishes such as pan fried baby eel. The Spanish manager is both friendly and brimming with enthusiasm for […]

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The Horse and Groom Windsor

The Horse and Groom Windsor

The Horse and Groom Windsor is a traditional pub dating back to 1719, prior to this it is thought to have been a medieval market stall or shop.  The lattice Windows, hanging lanterns, and arched beams give the watering hole a very tudor-esque feel (not surprising as the building dates back to the 14th century […]

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Green Olive

Green Olive

A Greek Mezze bar and restaurant, the Green Olive Restaurant Windsor is one of the towns nicer eateries. We noticed the chalk board outside promoting an 8 course meal for only £9.50 per person. Our minds made up, we popped inside and swiftly ordered the special offer. The interior is nicely decorated, there’s a small […]

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The Changing of the Guard

The Changing of the guard at Windsor castle takes place daily at 11:00am (April to July end) and on every other day for the rest of the year, depending on the month these are either odd or even. The Changing of the guard does not take place on Sundays and is weather permitting, The odd/even […]

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Windsor Open Bus Tour

Windsor Open Bus Tour

Although Walking around Windsor is something most would enjoy, not everyone has the time, so if you’re in a hurry, or would like an almost birds eye view of Windsor, the Windsor Open Bus tour is a pretty good place to start. Run by City Sightseeing, the Windsor Open Bus Tour route lasts 45 minutes […]

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Ascot Racecourse

Ascot Racecourse

Founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, it remains one of the leading race courses in the UK. Ascot Racecourse is a short drive from Windsor and a fine place to spend an afternoon on a Summers day. The Royal Meeting is held annually in June and a major attraction, the highlight of which is the […]

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Windsor Royal Shopping

Windsor Royal Shopping

The old Windsor Royal Station built in 1851 is a Grade II Listed Victorian building, it has since been converted into Windsor Royal Shopping Parade, partially covered and set over the grounds of the old station, the arcade provides everything from market knick knacks to designer fashion brands. A good selection of restaurants can also […]

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Eton College

Eton College

The star attraction of Eton, and the school famous for teaching the likes of Prince William and Harry and nineteen British Prime ministers including David Cameron. Founded by Henry VI, the college can be found after a short walk down Eton High Street (as can the college gift shop – open 11:00 am – 3:30 […]

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Mauds Ice Cream

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