Windsor Castle Entry Ticket & Return Train Ticket from London
Travel from London to Windsor with return train tickets and Windsor Castle entrance tickets. Take the morning train from London Paddington Station to Windsor and Eton Station. From here, it’s a short walk
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See Royal Windsor
Travel from London to Windsor with return train tickets and Windsor Castle entrance tickets. Take the morning train from London Paddington Station to Windsor and Eton Station. From here, it’s a short walk to Windsor Castle with entrance tickets included in this package. At the end of the day, take a return train back to London.
This is a great way to travel from London to Windsor Castle, with travel and attraction tickets included in one hassle-free package.
Optional Extra – Hop on Hop off Bus Windsor
Turn your visit to Windsor into a full day out with our hop on hop off buses. There are 11 stops located in Windsor & Eton. There are stops at Windsor & Eton Riverside Station, Windsor Castle, Windsor High Street, Windsor Farm Shop, Datchet Village, Eton College and more! You can see a route map here
Christmas at Windsor: From 30 November 2023 to 1 January 2024, discover the Christmas decorations. This includes a 20-foot-high Christmas tree in St George’s Hall, dressed with hundreds of lights and ornaments as well as an array of dazzling decorations in the State Apartments.
London to Windsor Train
Travel on the 9.21am train from London Paddington Station, with a change of train at Slough
You’ll arrive at Windsor & Eton Station at approximately 09.50am
From here, it’s a short walk of about 5-10 minutes to Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle opens at 10am. The last admission time to Windsor is 3:30pm
Enter Windsor Castle and spend time discovering this magnificent royal residence. You can see the impressive State Apartments and extravagant royal rooms. Enter inside St George’s Chapel which is where Queen Elizabeth II was buried in September 2022, and was the venue for Harry and Meghan’s wedding. Please note that St George’s Chapel is not open to visitors on Sundays. Worshippers are welcome to attend services
A typical visit to Windsor Castle lasts around 2 hours and includes an audioguide
Your return train ticket to London is open-ended. This means you can decide on the day when you would like to return to London. Trains run every 20-30 minutes until approximately 10 pm
Full refund if cancelled up to 14 days prior to travel date
The train times are subject to change depending on the availability of the train services.
Train tickets from London Paddington Station to Windsor and return tickets back to London Paddington Station
Entrance tickets to Windsor Castle & St George’s Chapel
Why take this package?
Windsor Castle is one of the most popular attractions in the London area. Home to the Royal Family and was a favourite residence of the Queen, visitors can get a glimpse into royal life over the ages. As you walk around the historic property, you’ll be amazed by the incredible collection of artwork, furnishings and historical artefacts. Many visitors will recognize the castle, which has appeared in many important ceremonies over the years, such as the wedding of Prince Harry and the funeral of Prince Philip. Both events were watched by millions of viewers around the world.
Windsor Castle is not located in London, but sits just outside the English capital. This means that most tourists staying in Central London will need to travel, either by public transportation or shuttle bus. The advantage of taking the train is that you can choose when you want to return to London, following your visit to Windsor Castle. You could return straight away, or choose to make a day trip and explore the other popular local sites and attractions in the area. The town of Windsor is an attraction in its own right, and many visitors like to explore the area using our hop on hop off Windsor bus.
At the end of the day, simply head back to London with your return train ticket!