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Special visit

A Victorian Yuletide

Courtesy of Hayley Madden ©
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  • Due to illness, Annie Gray has had to cancel her participation in this event.  We will however continue to hold demonstrations using her recipe. 

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 can be found on

By train

The nearest stations are 'Windsor & Eton Central' or 'Windsor & Eton Riverside'.  Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares.

By coach / bus

Green Line 702 service operates daily services from Greenline Coach Station which is near Victoria station, London.

Surbiton Coaches runs a shuttle bus service between Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace from spring to autumn. 

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

  • Windsor Castle
  • Saturday, 7 Dec 2019
  • 10:00 - 16:15, last admission 15:00
  • Free with entry ticket to the Castle or 1-Year Pass. Booking not required

This winter explore the Christmas display at Windsor Castle, including the magnificent centrepiece, the 20-foot-high Nordmann Fir tree in St George's Hall, taken from Windsor Great Park and dressed with hundreds of iridescent glass and mirrored ornaments.

Enter into the Christmas spirit when you visit Windsor Castle by taking part in a variety of festive, Victorian-themed activities.

From demonstrations by food historian Annie Gray and carol singing, to drop in workshops for decoration making, there is so much to do for all ages throughout the State Apartments and St George's Chapel.  Local National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (NAFAS) join us for an arrangement of table top trees for each of Queen Victoria's nine children in their family tradition.


Part of our bicentenary events celebrating the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

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