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Frogmore House

A favourite royal retreat for more than 300 years.

Frogmore House is currently closed

Standing in the Home Park of Windsor Castle, the gardens at Frogmore House have been an enduring attraction for monarchs and their families since the house was purchased by Queen Charlotte in 1790.

Frogmore House is usually open to pre-booked groups of 15 or more people during August each year. We are also open to individuals on three Charity Open Days, when all proceeds are donated to specially selected charities. All dates for 2022 have now passed. Dates for 2023 have not yet been announced.

Please see our COVID-19 information page for more details on our procedures.

Prices

Frogmore House is usually open to pre-booked groups of 15 or more people during August each year. We also open to individuals on three Charity Open Days. All dates for 2022 have now passed. Dates for 2023 have not yet been announced.

Groups of 15+ people

House and Garden Guided Tour £28.50 per person
The Savill Garden Add On to Visit £7.50 per person

 

Find out more about visiting as a group.

 

Individuals

Frogmore House is open to individuals on three Charity Open Days each year, when all proceeds are donated to specially selected charities.

 

Opening times

Frogmore House is usually open to pre-booked groups of 15 or more people during August each year. We also open to individuals on three Charity Open Days. All dates for 2022 have now passed. Dates for 2023 have not yet been announced.

  Opening time Last admission Closing time
1 - 26 August 2022 (Monday - Friday) 10:00 16:00 18:00

The Royal Mausoleum is not open to visitors but the external areas are included as part of a tour.

Practical information

Frogmore House is usually open to pre-booked groups of 15 or more people during August each year. We also open to individuals on three Charity Open Days. All dates for 2022 have now passed. Dates for 2023 have not yet been announced.

Please see our covid-19 information page for more details on our procedures.

  • A visit to Frogmore House typically lasts 2 hours.
  • Visitors and their belongings may be subject to security checks. Read more about security & luggage.
  • Photography is not permitted in Frogmore House, but photography in the gardens is welcomed. Read about photography, filming & mobile phones.
  • Eating and drinking aren't allowed inside Frogmore House.
  • There are toilets and baby-care facilities available outside the House.
  • For safety reasons, pushchairs cannot be taken into the House. They need to be checked in at the entrance and collected at the end of your visit. Read more about visiting with children.
  • The Royal Mausoleum is not open to visitors but the external areas are included as part of a tour.

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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.

Groups

Group prices

Group admission prices are available to pre-booked coach parties of 15 or more.

Group bookings

Group visits to Frogmore House must be pre-booked.

Coach parking

Frogmore House is only accessible by coach via Shaw Farm Gate on Albert Road. Free coach parking is available next to the House.

Guiding

All visits include a guided tour led by one of our Wardens.

What's on for groups

Access and mobility

Frogmore House is largely accessible, with some restrictions. Concessionary rates are available if you have a disability and a companion is admitted free of charge.

For detailed access information, please select one of the options below. For any other information, you can contact the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or by emailing [email protected].

About Frogmore House

About Frogmore House

Frogmore House was built in 1684. It became a royal residence in 1792 when it was bought by George III’s wife, Queen Charlotte.

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