Windsor Castle

Find out about the history and beauty of Windsor Castle, which is one of the oldest and largest castles in the world where people still live.

This grand house has been home to British royalty for hundreds of years, making it a must-see on any trip to the country. Join us as we explore this iconic landmark and learn more about its royal past!

A History of Windsor Castle

I have always been fascinated by Windsor Castle and its history. As the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, it has been the family home of British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years, starting with William the Conqueror, who first commissioned the castle in 1070.

Since then, it was fixed up between 1921 and 1930, and its mausoleum holds the bodies of many kings and queens. The castle is on the edge of Saxon hunting land, high above the River Thames. It has a beautiful view and a strong defensive position. Exploring the grounds of this grand palace is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I recommend to everyone who visits England.

Explore the Grounds of Windsor Castle

Exploring the grounds of Windsor Castle is a great way to experience the history, architecture, and beauty of this royal residence. I had the opportunity to take a stroll around the castle grounds, admiring the medieval walls and looking out for the distinctive arrow loops.

Inside, I could look around the grand state apartments, which were filled with beautiful art, and the 13 acres of lush gardens. It was a truly remarkable experience that I’ll never forget!

Experience the Virtual Tours

Experience the Virtual Tours and get a 360-degree view of the Queen’s residence. From the White Drawing Room to the Waterloo Chamber, explore some of the stunning state rooms at Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, and The Palace of Holyroodhouse with interactive 360-degree virtual tours.

In an hour-long live stream, you can be in quarantine with the Queen and see how grand Windsor Castle is. Plus, use Dollhouse View to get a unique 3D perspective of the entire space and take measurements of anything in this space.

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