Our Windsor Castle shuttle bus from London is the easiest way of getting from Central London to Windsor. With regular morning departures, visit the 900-year-old Windsor Castle where Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Every Mon, Thur & Sat from £59 per Person
Windsor Castle Morning Tour
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Our Windsor Castle shuttle bus from London is the easiest way of getting from Central London to Windsor. With regular morning departures, visit the 900-year-old Windsor Castle where Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip live for much of the year. You’ll get to go inside the Castle and see the spectacular State Apartments, which was built to rival the Palace of Versailles. On Thursday’s and Saturday’s, you can also see the Changing of the Guard Ceremony which takes place at 11am.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, got married at St George’s Chapel, on May 19, 2018. Located in the gardens of Windsor Castle, St George’s Chapel Windsor has been used for many royal occasions. Baby Prince Harry was christened at the chapel in 1984, his father Prince Charles and Camilla held a celebratory service in 2005, and his great-grandparents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth are both buried here. Steeped in royal history, you’ll get to walk around the chapel, admire its beautiful architecture and learn more about its history.
This Windsor Castle Shuttle Bus from London is available every Monday, Thursday and Saturday
Depart London Victoria Coach Station, at 07:45 am on a luxury coach with professional tour guide
Arrive at Windsor Castle and visit the State Apartments
See St George’s Chapel Windsor, where Prince Harry & Meghan Markle got married
Spend approximately 3 hours at Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel
Free time to wander around the Castle, Chapel, Grounds or visit Windsor town centre
Return to London Victoria Station, departing St George’s Chapel Windsor at 12pm
Entrance ticket to Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel
Free wifi on coach
Food, drink, gratuities
Departure Point: Victoria Coach Station Gate 18 – 20
Windsor Castle is a working royal property and as such, parts of the castle and chapel are sometimes closed to the public without advanced notice.