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Visitors on the Autism spectrum

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This attraction has been classed as autism friendly by The National Autistic Society © The National Autistic Society

We welcome visitors with different access requirements to Windsor Castle. If you, or somebody in your party, are on the Autism Spectrum and you would like to discuss your visit in advance please contact:

Amy Stocker
Access Manager
T: +44 (0)1753 493293 or +44 (0)7860 612393
E: [email protected] 

For a detailed description of the visitor route and what you will encounter on a visit, please download our guide for visitors on the Autism spectrum.

Windsor Castle guide for visitors on the Autism spectrum

General information for a visit

A visit to Windsor Castle typically lasts from two to three hours. A free multimedia tour is available, and lasts about 90 minutes.

Free guided tours of the precincts – the outdoors area within the walls – depart at half-hourly intervals and last for about 30 minutes. If you are coming as part of a group and would like your own tour, please contact the Access & Inclusion Manager to discuss possibilities.

During the summer months the Castle can get very busy, especially during the mornings. Across the Castle after 13:00 is a quieter time to visit.