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Frogmore Charity Open Days

West front of Frogmore House
West front of Frogmore House ©

Map & directions

Frogmore House, Windsor Home Park, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4
By car

Frogmore House is located within Windsor Home Park, the private park adjacent to Windsor Castle. 

Visitors to the Spring Charity Days should enter from the Long Walk Gate, accessed via Park Street in Windsor Town Centre.

By coach / bus

Groups visiting Frogmore House during August must arrive as one group by coach, via the Shaw Farm Gate entrance on Albert Road, A308.

  • Frogmore House
  • Next event: Tuesday, 30 Aug 2022
    Daily (Tuesday, 30 Aug 2022 - Thursday, 1 Sep 2022)
  • 10:00 to 17:30, with last entry at 16:00
  • £10.00 per person
    Under 5s enter free
  • Garden tickets can be bought directly from the charities or in cash at the gate.
  • Adults

Garden ticket booking links:

 

For the first time since 2019, Frogmore House and Garden is open to the public for three days as part of the annual charity garden open days.

The garden at Frogmore House

The garden at Frogmore House ©

The three charities that will benefit from the proceeds of this year's open days are:

Ticket for the gardens can be bought directly from the charities.

The 35-acre gardens at Frogmore House were laid out for Queen Charlotte in the 1790s, based on a model 'picturesque' landscape, with winding lakes, wooded mounds, glades, walks and bridges.

Bring your own picnic and enjoy views of Queen Victoria's Tea House and the 18th-century lake. Refreshments will also be available to purchase in cash only.

Visiting Frogmore House

Once inside the garden, a limited number of separate timed tickets can be purchased to visit Frogmore House, in cash only. Tickets for Frogmore House cost £10.00 (under-5s enter for free). 

The interior of Frogmore House bears testimony to the interests and talents of the generations of the royal family who have resided there. Queen Charlotte and her daughters' passions for art and botany are reflected throughout the house, and works by Queen Victoria can be seen on display.  

The Colonnade at Frogmore House.

The Colonnade at Frogmore House. ©

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