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THE MOST STYLISH WAY TO TRAVEL TO WINDSOR

The trips tO WINDSOR, ONE OF BRITAIN'S MOST POPULAR DESTINATIONS, will depart TWICE A DAY from London victoria on Tuesdays between 10 May and 23 AUGUST 2022.

Starting out from London Victoria we pass many of London famous landmarks including Chelsea Bridge, The Royal Hospital and Battersea Power Station. As we head towards the leafy suburbs, crossing the Thames at least once, we pass reservoirs and lakes to reach Windsor & Eton Riverside Station, designed by William Tite for the London & South Western Railway (LSWR) as a royal station. 

 

 Morning 

 Afternoon 

Depart London Victoria

0900

1220

Arrive Windsor & Eton Riverside

1030

1400

Return journeys from Windsor at 1045 and 1415 are now bookable.

 

You can book online by clicking 'book' above or by clicking on the links below.

 

ONE-WAY TOURS TO WINDSOR FROM LONDON

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RETURN TRIP FROM WINDSOR TO LONDON

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ROYAL WINDSOR LUNCH TOUR FROM LONDON

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WHAT TO DO IN WINDSOR 

/images/Changing-of-the-guard.jpgCrowned by Windsor Castle and linked by the River Thames, Windsor has a rich mix of history, culture, heritage and fun.  

Windsor is a town full of history and charm as you will discover when you visit. The town is dominated by Windsor Castle which is over 900 years old and the largest inhabited castle in the world!  There's much to see and do, including visiting the award-winning Savill Garden, taking a guided tour of the town's numerous cobbled streets and Tudor buildings or enjoying a walk along the pretty riverside. If you have little ones you may wish to venture to Legoland Windsor, or take part in a chocolate making workshop at Dr Choc's at the foot of the castle.

If you choose to travel on the morning service, it will be possible to witness the Guards marching through the town to the castle for the Changing of the Guard.The Guards march from Victoria Barracks on Sheet Street, up the High Street and into Windsor Castle.  The best places to see them are on Windsor High Street or on the Corn Exchange under Windsor Guildhall between 1045am and 1100am. Please note: the schedule is set by the British Army and is subject to change. 

/images/Steam-cruise.jpgA wonderful way to see Windsor is to board a steamboat at The Windsor Promenade for a steam cruise. Travelling upstream to Boveney lock, the castle will reveal itself on the return journey; the most iconic & famous view of Her Majesty’s favourite home. Trips are planned to coincide with the Royal Windsor Steam Express. Find out more here.

Alternatively, another wonderful view of the castle can be gained from the Long Walk, an historic 3 mile avenue from Windsor Castle to the Copper Horse Statue. If you don't fancy walking, you can join a 30-minute guided horse-drawn carriage ride along the tree-lined avenue. Click here to find out more.

Please note that the castle is currently closed on Tuesdays. 

 

 

RETURNING to london 

Passengers who wish to return on board The Royal Windsor Steam Express may do so on board the scheduled service at 1045 or 1415, arriving back at London Victoria at 1200 and 1500 respectively. This service will be bookable in Standard Class only. 

Passengers who wish to make their own way back to London may do so on a service train from Windsor & Eton Riverside on National Rail.   Regular services (two services per hour at 23 minutes and 53 minutes past each hour) depart from Windsor & Eton Riverside back to London Waterloo and the journey time takes just under an hour.  The ticket price is about £11.  Return tickets can be purchased from the main ticket office at Windsor & Eton Riverside station on the day.