The cobbled streets and historic buildings of Windsor are where Her Majesty the Queen calls home. From its stately castle, to beautiful gardens and parks, Windsor is perfect for a day out.

  Culture and heritage

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has a rich history; and it doesn’t get much more English than Windsor Castle, the family home of British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years. When Her Majesty, The Queen is there, her flag is flown from the Round Tower. Discover the Maidenhead Heritage Centre and fly in a Spitfire simulator.


Windsor isn’t short of parks and gardens. Pack a picnic, explore Alexandra Gardens, and admire the newly restored bandstand. With over 55 Lego-themed rides and attractions, head to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort with GWR and Reading Buses for a fun day out with the family.

The Long WalkTake a stroll down the Long Walk.
Windsor Castle and cruise boatsEnjoy the stunning views of Windsor Castle by boat.

  Food and drink

The historic Two Brewers, located on Park Street by the entrance to the Long Walk, is small but perfectly formed and one of the favourite pubs in town. 

  Sport and outdoors

Set on the River Thames, Royal Windsor Racecourse has a packed calendar of racing and events to inspire you for a great day out. If you’re into your horse shows, visit the Royal Windsor Horse Show - the UK’s largest outdoor premier international show taking place in the private grounds of Windsor Castle.

  Music and nightlife

Windsor has plenty to offer when it comes to entertainment. For live music 5 nights a week, head to the Grade-II listed Old Ticket Hall.

Or for a comedy night, and the largest cocktail menu in Berkshire, the Fuzzy Bear Cocktail Bar is where you need to be.


The Grade-II listed Windsor Royal Shopping Centre is part of the old railway station, and has over 40 exciting shops, a craft market, and a wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars.

Or, for cosy cafes, traditional craft shops and upmarket food stores, try Lower Peascod Street or St Leonard’s Road.