Windsor Castle Tickets, with Transport from London & Guide

Windsor Castle Tickets, with Transport from London & Guide

Windsor Castle Half-Day Tour Entrance included: Windsor Castle

From £79

Windsor Castle Tickets, with Transport from London & Guide

Get ready for an unforgettable adventure to Windsor Castle, an official residence of King Charles III. Windsor Castle also the final resting place of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II. Hop on our coach in London, and let us whisk you away on a journey filled with royal splendour. Your Windsor Castle ticket covers both the journey and your castle entry—no hidden fees here! Windsor Castle is the world's oldest and largest palace that's still in use. Its origin dates back to William the Conqueror and the castle has been home to almost every English King and Queen since that time. If you see the Royal Standard flag on the Round Tower, it means the King is in the building. Inside the State Apartments you will be able to see the wonderful paintings and furniture from the Royal families collection. Also you will be able to see the beautiful Dolls House. But that's not all! You will also be able to visit St. George's Chapel, where Queen Elizabeth II rests beside her family. And don't worry about the arrangements—we've got you covered, your Windsor castle tickets include a choice of pick up locations from London. You can choose from: -Earls Court -Victoria

Historic Landmarks

Discover Windsor Castle, whose original parts were first built in the 11th Century and is still a working palace of Queen Elizabeth II's today.

Multimedia Guides

Windsor Castle offers the option of free multimedia guides in a range of languages, subject to availability.

An Unique Experience

We have crafted & refined our tours with a personal touch over the past 25+ years to offer you an extraordinary day out.

Luxury Coach

We use our own luxury minibuses & coaches, which are designed with your comfort and safety in mind.

Payment Options

We accept most major card types for online payments. We also accept payment by card over the phone or cash to our central London office.

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09:30-09:50 - Depart London
We offer pick-ups from Victoria & Earls Court in central London & then make our way to Windsor.
11:00 - Arrive at Windsor
Group walks to the Castle, entrance into Windsor Castle is included with free time to explore the grounds at your own pace.
13:30 - Depart Windsor
This time is approximate; your driver will advise you on the day of the correct meeting time for returning to London.
14:30 - Drop-off in London
You will be dropped-off back in Earls Court, London, at approximately this time.
Jenessie Diaz
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We had such a wonderful time touring Windsor Castle. To start, our guide Eva was very pleasant, warm and had a great sense of humor. She made the drive from London to Windsor seem like a flash. The Anderson bus was very nice, clean and new. They were very punctual and it was a very comfortable ride. As far as the visit to Windsor itself, it was simply breathtaking. The town is adorable and once you enter the walls of the castle, it’s like being transported to a magical place. We got to visit St. George’s Chapel and see The Queens final resting place. The dollhouse and staterooms are all impressive. We got to do a lot with the allotted time. Highly recommend this company and tour for an unforgettable visit to Windsor.
Colombina Umaña
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Windsor Half day Trip from London: Bruce (our driver) was incredible! He was nice, polite and ver knowledgeable. This is a perfect way of transportation that adds comfort and some insightful comments from the driver. The entrance to the castle was fast and swift without major holdbacks. The estimated time was perfect and the freedom to enjoy Windsor fitted my family perfectly. The time was great and the punctuality even better. Would definitely recommend if you understand English or any language available to get the audioguide from de castle once inside.
Hashem Taher
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Anderson Tours were amazing .. We did a half-day tour to Windsor Castle from London and everything was more than excellent .. The Windsor Castle was amazing from inside and outside .. it is a must do if you are in London .. I liked the bus, the tour guide/leader, and the bus driver. Everyone was very nice. We did the tour on Friday the 2nd of December 2022 Thanks Best Regards Hashem Omar Taher
Windsor Castle
Half-day Morning Tour
From £79/Adult
  • Return Luxury Coach Travel from London
  • Windsor Castle Entrance

Experience the Majesty of Windsor Castle with Our Exclusive Tickets

Are you ready to step into a world where history comes alive, and the echoes of royal grandeur resonate through time? Windsor Castle Tickets offer you the chance to embark on a half-day adventure from London, immersing yourself in the captivating narrative of British monarchy. As you secure your tickets, you’re not just gaining access to a historic landmark; you’re unlocking the pages of British history, a legacy of kings and queens, and the opulence of royal living.

As you explore the castle, be captivated by the sights that beckon:


  • The Long Walk: Embark on a picturesque 5 km stroll through history along a tree-lined path leading to the iconic Copper Horse statue of King George III.
  • The King Henry VIII Gate: Step through the main entrance, an architectural portal that has stood the test of time since the early 1500s.
  • The Lantern Lobby:  Pictured here is the grand entrance to the Castle
  • The Deanery: Witness the blend of history and contemporary life in the stunning Deanery, where the Dean of Windsor resides.
  • The Moat Room: Immerse yourself in exhibits that unveil the castle’s architectural evolution across centuries.
  • The Albert Memorial Chapel: Originally designed for Henry VII’s burial, it transformed into a memorial chapel for Prince Albert, a testament to enduring love.

Beyond the Castle Gates: Exploring Windsor Town

As your journey toward Windsor unfolds, the neighbouring town of Eton emerges, renowned for its illustrious boys’ boarding school that shaped the futures of Princes William and Harry, along with prominent figures like Boris Johnson and David Cameron. Beyond the castle gates, the town of Windsor awaits, nestled by the River Thames. This charming town boasts boutique shops and tea cafes celebrated for their quintessential British scones. After your castle exploration, wander historic streets and bask in the ambiance of royal England.

Unlock Unique Experiences: Special Events and Exhibitions

Your Windsor Castle tickets offer more than just entrance; they’re your gateway to exceptional experiences:


  • Changing the Guard: Witness the meticulous Changing of the Guard ceremony, a spectacle of precision and tradition that unfolds regularly.
  • Garter Day: Experience the grand procession of the Order of the Garter, Britain’s oldest chivalric order, within the castle grounds.
  • State Banquets: Indulge in opulence during a state banquet, a grand affair hosted in honour of foreign dignitaries.
  • Royal Weddings: Stand within the historic walls of St. George’s Chapel, a cherished venue for royal unions, including the enchanting marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

What is Windsor Castle?

Windsor Castle is a royal residence located in Windsor, Berkshire, England. It’s one of the official homes of the British monarch and is the world’s oldest and largest occupied castle. The castle was originally built as a motte and bailey castle by William the Conqueror to guard the main road and river routes into London. It was converted to a royal residence in the 12th century and has been a home for almost every British Monarch since.


The castle is enormous, thought to consist of over 40000 Sqm of internal area and is spread over 5 acres of land. The sprawling complex includes various sections, a large part of which are open to the public. The sections open to the public include the State Apartments, which are lavishly decorated rooms used for official functions; St. George’s Chapel, a place of worship that also serves as the burial site for many British monarchs, including Queen Elizabeth II; and the Round Tower, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

Windsor Castle is not just a historical monument but also a working royal palace. Even the sections open to the public are still working sections of the palace and are closed for special events.

Windsor Castle Tour from London

Who lives at Windsor Castle?

Windsor Castle is an official residence of King Charles III. The castle itself houses Royal family staff and members of the royal family’s security even when the king is not staying. Prince William lives in a separate residence in Windsor Castle great park named Adelaide cottage and Prince Andrew is rumoured to be living at Frogmore house which is also on Windsor Castle’s vast 5 acre grounds.

What's inside Windsor Castle?

Your Windsor castle tickets will grant you access to a whole spector of royal rooms. Amongst them you can expect to find:


  1. The State Apartments

These are lavish rooms used for official functions. They are filled with works of art and are a key highlight of the visitor experience.

  1. St. George’s Chapel

This is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in England and is also the spiritual home of the Order of the Garter. It’s a place of worship and also serves as the burial location for several British monarchs.

  1. Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House

 This is a miniature house built to scale and filled with tiny, intricate details. It was designed by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens for Queen Mary, the wife of King George V.

  1. The Semi-State Rooms

These are some of the most ornate interiors in the castle and are used by The Queen for official events. They are generally open to the public from autumn through spring.

  1. The Queen’s Drawing Room

The Queen’s Drawing Room is a sumptuously decorated space, often used for more intimate royal gatherings and audiences. It features exquisite furnishings, ornate chandeliers, and a selection of art from the Royal Collection, offering a glimpse into the personal tastes of the monarchy.

  1. The Waterloo Chamber

The Waterloo Chamber is a grand room dedicated to commemorating the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Adorned with portraits of key figures from the coalition that defeated Napoleon, the chamber serves as a historical tribute and is often used for state banquets.

  1. The Round Tower

The Round Tower is one of Windsor Castle’s most iconic features, offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Originally built in the 12th century, the tower has undergone various modifications over the years and now serves as an archive for royal documents.

Where is Windsor Castle?

Windsor Castle is in Windsor, in Berkshire. It’s about 45 minutes from London and you can get there either by train and walking or by coach. If you book your Windsor Castle tickets with us your transport will be included from central London.

Where is Windsor Castle from Buckingham Palace?

Windsor castle is located Just outside of London, west of Buckingham palace. It’s approximately a 45-minute drive from central London.


Buckingham palace is in central London close to Green Park and Victoria tube stations. Our pickup and drop off locations for your tickets are close to Buckingham palace.


If you want to visit Buckingham palace after Windsor Castle, you can get there by bus or by foot from our drop off location and our expert guide or driver can give you directions!

What to see near Windsor Castle

Along your journey to Windsor, you’ll pass the neighbouring town of Eaton, home to the prestigious boys boarding school that educated Prince William, Prince Harry and Boris Johnson. Beyond the castle, the town of Windsor awaits. Nestled beside the River Thames, this charming town is brimming with boutique shops, tea cafes known for having the best scones in Britain, and a rich history all its own.


There are many things to do in the surrounding area including boat tours along the Thames, feeding the ducks or a little visit to the Windsor and Royal Museum.

Windsor Castle Great Park

Extend the royal treatment with more than just a Castle tour. As well as the Castle there’s also the option to explore the lush grounds where you can spot   Frogmore house and Adelaide cottage (William’s house) from a distance. Entry to the grounds is included and these magnificent gardens were once home to the first ever giraffe in England.


While more than half the grounds are private and include a couple organic farms and The Royal Stud. There is a section you can walk around.


The section of the park open to the public includes the 5km long walk, The Savill Garden and Virginia Water Lake.


Make sure you have your hiking boots on as it is, as described, a very long walk…


Cheapest Windsor Castle tickets:

To get the best value Windsor Castle tickets you need to book online and in advance.

There is a child price for 5–17 year-olds and Under 5s remain free and un-ticketed.

If you’re in a large group of 5 or more, you can call us on+44 207 436 9304 and save substantially

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