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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.

The Carpenters Arms

The Carpenters Arms

Characterful and historically important whose cellars have passages that tunnel though to Windsor Castle itself – but employees and pub locals have to pay for entry to the castle just like everyone else, as the tunnels have been long since bricked up! Do not expect a free route into the castle but do expect an eclectic […]

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La Tasca

La Tasca

Everyone loves tapas right? Thanks to a recent facelift La Tasca is looking better then ever now, so get yourself down to this stylish Spanish eatery for meatballs, chorizo, calamari or whatever takes your fancy from the wide array of tapas sized portions. For the Spanish variety really is the spice of life. I suspect […]

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Windsor Museum

Windsor Museum

Did you know the first ever aerial postal service flew between Hendon(North London) and Windsor during September 1911? Or that in The 1820’s George IV kept a giraffe from Egypt in Windsor Great park?…Well these are just a few of the quirky facts you can learn about Windsor in this intimate little museum located in […]

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Cakes taste good!

Patisserie Valerie

Patisserie Valerie are are fairly recent addition to Windsor having opened in the summer of 2011. A welcome addition to Windsor Royal Shopping, Parisserie Valerie are home of fine cakes and pastries, the brand started in 1926 in Sohos Frith Street, and has since expanded across England. Try the mille feuille, we cant get enough […]

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Foxy Cakes

Foxy Cakes

A recent addition to Eton High Street is Foxy Cakes, previously based in Datchet, this small family run bakery specialise in everything from brownies to intricately designed wedding cakes. The victoria sponge impressed on our visit, a sure hit with the kids, and the ideal pit stop after a short walk down the high street […]

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French Brothers

French Brothers

French Brothers offer public boat trips up and down the Thames in Windsor and Maidenhead. 40 Minute and longer two hour cruises are available, as are weekly trips to Hampton Court on Tuesdays and Thursdays (June – Sept) Contact French Brothers for more details.

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Daniel

Daniel

Daniels Department Store is one of Windsor’s oldest shopping destinations, the largest department store in town, Daniels offers a good selection of furniture, toys, home furnishings, haberdashery, and clothes. A French Patisserie can also be found inside serving home made cakes, as can La Brasserie, the stores very own restaurant. Lifts are available, as are […]

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The Boatman Pub

The Boatman Pub

The raw materials for this pub are something to shout about; an alfresco seating area of considerable size with a view across to boats bobbing along the Thames, with a kitchen supplied by the Royal Windsor Farm.

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Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee

Another Costa Coffee at Windsor and Eton central station. Alfresco seating under the old stations roof makes for a rain free environment, and a good spot to rest your shopping bags before exploring the rest the parade.

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Windsor Wheel

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