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Easter Family Activities

Throughout the Easter school holidays

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    Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday (Saturday 30 Mar 2024 - Saturday 13 Apr 2024)
  • 10:00-15:30
  • Included with Castle ticket or 1-Year Pass
  • Children / Families

    Included as part of your visit to Windsor Castle this Easter, children can enjoy some creative crafting at the Castle's Learning Centre. 

    As well as some Easter-themed activities, there are some other fun crafts to have a go at, all related to the Doll's House. 

    Activities take place throughout the local school holidays, 09:30 - 15:30, to keep your little ones busy.

    While touring the State Apartments, children can become eggsplorers and use a family trail to find some tiny objects in the Castle. 

    Activities include-

    Make a tiny doll's house or even design a diorama of room in a doll's house, Children can create a garden scene using objects from Queen Mary's Dolls House. And because it's Easter, everyone can make an Easter card to send to someone special.

    Queen Mary's Doll's House

    Made for an Exhibition in 1924

    One of the most spectacular of these items on show at Windsor is a massive Edwardian doll's house that was commissioned for Queen Mary. Around 1,500 craftsmen worked on the house which has working chandeliers and pipes that carry hot and cold water. The house was commisioned as part of a massive exhibition in London in 1924. This is a house that is truly prepared to accommodate tiny royalty. There is even a tiny mouse in this tiny house!

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