Get tickets to Windsor Castle and visit the oldest continuously inhabited castle in the world! Discover 1,000 years of royal history, visit the State Apartments that are used by the Queen for official
from £23.50 per Person
Including Prince Philip Exhibition
no hidden fees
Get tickets to Windsor Castle and visit the oldest continuously inhabited castle in the world! Discover 1,000 years of royal history, visit the State Apartments that are used by the Queen for official state occasions and admire Queen Mary’s Doll House, the largest of its kind in the world. See St George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married and walk in the magnificent landscaped gardens of the castle. Make sure to arrive before 11am to watch the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Explore the State Rooms of Windsor Castle
See St George’s Chapel, where Harry & Meghan got married and where Prince Philip is buried
View the grounds and gardens
Watch the Changing of the Guard Ceremony
Visit the Castle gift shop with unique royal-themed gifts
Until 20 September 2021: Your ticket also includes admission to the Prince Philip Exhibition
Every Weekend Until 5 September 2021: You ticket also includes admission to the East Terrace Garden
Prince Philip: A Celebration
Until 20 September 2021
Windsor Castle hosts a special display to commemorate the remarkable life and legacy of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Highlights include a section devoted to Prince Philip’s role in The Queen’s Coronation of 1953. See the Coronation Robe and Coronet worn by Prince Philip during the service. You can also see gifts presented to Prince Philip during State Visits, overseas tours and official engagements at home and abroad. This includes a First Nations feather headdress presented to The Prince during a Commonwealth visit to Canada in 1973 and a wine cooler in the shape of a giant grasshopper presented by President Pompidou of France in 1972.
The exhibition is included in your Windsor Castle ticket
Visit St George’s Chapel with Windsor Castle Tickets!
St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle
Your Windsor Castle ticket includes entrance to St George’s Chapel. This is the place where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in 2018 in a ceremony that was watched by millions of people worldwide! Iconic images of Windsor Castle and the chapel were broadcast globally on an extraordinary day for the British Royal Family. Relive the magic on your visit!
St George’s Chapel is also the burial place of the Queen’s husband, Prince Philip. Prince Philip was buried at St George’s Chapel on 17 April 2021, in a moving service that was watched by millions around the world. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the service was limited to 30 attendees which included Her Majesty the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry.
St George’s Chapel is also the burial place for ten former Sovereigns including the Queen’s father. You’ll find beautifully carved stalls of the Knights and Ladies of the Garter and an incredible stone ceiling.
The State Apartments
See the State Apartments including rooms that are used by the Queen and members of the Royal Family today! You’ll get to wander from one lavish room to the next in a one-way system through the State Apartments. Visitors are inspired by the lavish decorations and palatial rooms that are fit for a King or Queen. You’ll get to see breathtaking spaces like the Grand Reception Room and the Waterloo Chamber. There are lots of masterpieces from the Royal Collection hanging on the walls including paintings by Holbein, Van Dyck and Rubens.
Your audioguide will bring The State Apartments to life. It includes an introduction by HRH The Prince of Wales and is available in a number of different languages. The guide is packed with lots of interesting facts and information about the history of Windsor Castle.
You must ensure that you have a printed copy of your ticket’s for entry
Audioguide is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian
Windsor Castle is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesday
St George’s Chapel is closed on Sunday’s as services are held throughout the day. Worshippers are welcome to attend the services
Changing of the Guard can be seen on most days, weather permitting