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Prince Philip: A Celebration

Prince Philip raises his top hat to acknowledge a crowd

Windsor Castle

  • Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (Thursday, 24 Jun 2021 - Monday, 20 Sep 2021)

This summer, Windsor Castle will host a special display to commemorate the remarkable life and legacy of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Britain’s longest-serving consort.

Themes explored in Prince Philip: A Celebration will include The Prince’s early life and naval career, his role as consort and his support for the sovereign at home and abroad. The displays will also focus on His Royal Highness’s wide-ranging patronages and associations, including sport, science and industry, conservation and the environment, art and collecting, and encouraging younger generations. A special focus at Windsor Castle will be on Prince Philip's role in the Coronation of 1953.

A companion exhibition will run at the Palace of Holyroodhouse from 23 July:

Selected highlight objects

White, Allom & Company

Chair of Estate

Daisy Crowchild (1901-1984)


François Xavier Lalanne (1927-2008)

Wine cooler

Items from our shop

To coincide with this special exhibition, Royal Collection Trust have introduced a magnificent collection inspired by His Royal Highness's wide-ranging patronages, associations and interest

The Duke of Edinburgh leather bookmark

A genuine leather bookmark delicately stitched and finished with the gold monogram belonging to Prince Philip

The Duke of Edinburgh ginger marmalade

A perfect accompaniment for picnics, a personal pastime of the Duke

The Duke of Edinburgh bottle of ale

A traditional English bitter brewed using water from the Hampshire chalk hills

The Duke of Edinburgh coffee mug

A fine bone English china commemorative mug featuring The Duke's personal Cypher and Coronet

Prince Philip raises his top hat to acknowledge a crowd

A souvenir publication celebrates the remarkable 99-year life of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Britain’s longest serving consort.

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Events programme

Map & directions

Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1NJ
By car

There is no visitor car parking at the Castle, so we recommend you use public car parks in the town centre. Details about parking in Windsor town centre can be found on

By train

The nearest train stations are 'Windsor & Eton Central' or 'Windsor & Eton Riverside'.

Both stations are a short walk (less than 10 minutes) to the Castle but from Riverside station you will need to walk up a steep hill. 

Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares.

By coach / bus

Windsor Express buses operate regular services to Windsor town centre:

  • Route 702 runs from near Victoria Station in central London
  • Route 703 runs from Heathrow Terminal 5

Find more information on the Windsor Express website.

Tour companies operate excursions to Windsor Castle from many London hotels. For details, please ask your hotel concierge.