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Crowns and Coronations

Child smiles while crafting

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
  • Next event: Sunday, 7 Aug 2022
    Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (Saturday, 23 Jul 2022 - Sunday, 28 Aug 2022)
  • Included in standard admission ticket
  • Convert your ticket to a 1-Year Pass and return free for one year.
  • Children / Families



Everyone is welcome to join our fun-filled activities at the Castle. All craft activities will take place in Pug Yard Learning Centre, which can be found just inside the walls of the Castle. 

To link with the fascinating exhibition within the Castle, we will be making stunning crowns and other coronation related crafts.

If the weather is kind, why not bring a picnic to enjoy within the yard.



Craft activities

Children can celebrate The Queen's 70 years on the throne with a range of crowns to make as well as other coronation themed activities.

A choice of Family Trails

Perhaps pick up a family trail all about castles and look out for the Castle's defensive features as you explore this historic site. 

Or you may choose a family trail all about Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee and hunt for some amazing objects as you explore the Castle.

Related exhibition
Platinum Jubilee: The Queen’s Coronation

A display at Windsor Castle celebrating the Coronation on 2 June 1953