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Queen Mary's Dolls' House Private Tour for Groups

Queen Mary's Dolls House
  • Next event: Thursday 27 Jun 2024
    Every Monday, Thursday, Friday (Friday 1 Mar 2024 - Thursday 31 Oct 2024)
    Excl dates: Friday 29 Mar 2024
  • 14:30 arrival
  • Adult £37.00
    Young Person (18-24) £27.50
    Child (5-17) £23.50
    Disabled £23.50

    Group size - minimum 15 / maximum number 54

    We offer a free access companion ticket for disabled visitors. To book please telephone +44 (0)303 123 7324 or email [email protected]
  • Price includes a self-guided tour of the Castle upon arrival, followed by a private talk in English, and a viewing of the Dolls' House.
  • Groups (15+ people)

    Enjoy a wonderful day out with a self-guided tour of Windsor Castle, followed by a private talk and a viewing of Queen Mary's Dolls’ House.

    For nearly 100 years visitors to Windsor Castle have been astonished by the attention to detail of this one of a kind royal town house. Together with hundreds of household objects, each reproduced at a 1:12 scale, the house features working lifts, electric lighting and running water. Its library contains tiny books specially written by the greatest authors of the day. This dolls’ house was never intended for children but instead to showcase the best of British art and design after the First World War. 

    For the first time, groups will explore the story of the house, its contents, and how modern conservators meticulously care for this world in miniature, followed by a private viewing without the crowds.


    14:30 – Arrival at the Castle and begin self-guided tour of State Apartments and St George’s Chapel.

    16:00 – Gather at Rampart Room for refreshments.

    16:15 – Introductory talk begins.

    16:45 – Walk to Queen Mary's Dolls' House for a private view.

    Your visit will conclude and the Group will exit the Castle by 17:30.

    Group Visits & Private Tours 2024

    Browse our Group Visits & Private Tours brochure for details of our full programme for groups in 2024

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    The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.