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Frogmore House and Garden Guided Tour for groups

Frogmore House and gardens

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: Monday, 1 Aug 2022
    Every Monday, Thursday, Friday (Monday, 1 Aug 2022 - Friday, 26 Aug 2022)
  • 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00
  • £28.50 per person
    Group size minimum 15 / maximum 54
  • Please note Frogmore House is only accessible by coach. Frogmore House is open to pre-booked groups of 15 people or more during August only.
  • Groups (15+ people)

To book tickets call +44 (0)303 123 7321

Frogmore House has been a royal retreat since it was purchased by Queen Charlotte in 1790. Queen Charlotte and her daughters’ passions for art and botany are reflected throughout the interiors, particularly in the beautiful Mary Moser Room, decorated to resemble a shady garden alcove open to the skies. The Duchess of Kent lived at Frogmore House for almost 20 years, and her daughter, Queen Victoria, visited the house regularly during her long widowhood.

The tour of the house ends in the Britannia Room, furnished with items from the Royal Yacht Britannia arranged at Frogmore by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.

The visit continues with a guided walk around the 35-acre garden, first laid out for Queen Charlotte in the 1790s. The design and planting scheme of the garden today incorporates additions made under the direction of Queen Victoria and Queen Mary, as well as a number of trees and shrubs added to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977. The route encompasses views of the lake, Queen Victoria’s Tea House, the Gothic Ruin and the Royal Mausoleum, the final resting place of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Please note: The tour of the garden includes the external areas of the Royal Mausoleum, Tea House and Gothic Ruin, but not the inside.

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