Windsor Castle Reviews
Description:Windsor Castle is an official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world.
Newest Review: ... in the state apartments first and could come out later to see the doll's house. Prior to mounting the grand staircase we entered the undercroft where there is a large vaulted room currently displaying art painted by different members of the Royal family going back to Queen Victoria's reign. There are watercolours by both her and her husband Prince Albert and also some from Prince Philip and ... more
Customer Windsor Castle Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/07/13, updated on 29/07/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Windsor Castle. After two unsuccessful attempts to visit Windsor Castle I finally managed to get to visit the castle last week. The first time I had booked on line and unfortunately I became ill the morning of the visit, the second time we actually got to Windsor along with the rest of the world so it seemed. The queues were enormous and stretched right down into the town. Last week I did not tempt fate again or book on line so we just turned up. The queue to go in took approximately 45 minutes to get to the ticket office and stretched back along the road. A little background information. Windsor Castle is one of the oldest inhabited ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I visited Windsor Castle for the first time on a bright but very cold day in late January. First of all, the approach by road to the castle. It is appalling. Approaching from the M4, the castle is sign-posted off the motorway, then gets you round the usual large roundabout, then that's it! You are directed onto a dual-carriage way type road, which then branches into 2. With no sign. Of course, I took the wrong one. Then even when I realised my mistake and turned around, it wasn't sign-posted from the other direction either! So I took the other road, figured from my map that the castle was somewhere "over there" and just drove until I found it! ... Read the complete review
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