Windsor is a beautiful area of England, very close to London, and there are some incredible attractions to see. Next time you book into one of the Windsor Meeting Rooms why not add the following to your sight-seeing list for when your meeting has finished!
The beautiful castle dates back to the 11th Century and was originally founded by William the Conqueror. It is thought to be the largest and the oldest currently inhabited castle in the entire world. It is essentially a weekend getaway location for the Queen and the rest of the royal family and in 2018 it was the venue for the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. A tour of the castle is a must if you are in the area.
Windsor Great Park
Covering an impressive 4,800 acres this beautiful park has some incredible connections with those of royalty and nobility. A three-mile-long walk known as ‘The Long Walk’ takes you through a beautiful tree lined path from the statue of George III right up to the gates if Windsor Castle. You could make a wonderful day trip and see both the park and castle. You will see some incredible Red deer whilst you walk through the parkland and they are incredibly friendly so don’t be surprised if they all pose for a photograph!
If you are looking for a family day out or perhaps you want to immerse yourself in the world of Lego that you remember as a child, then Legoland in Windsor is a definite must-see attraction. Taken from the style of the original Legoland park in Denmark it houses not only some incredible displays but also rides and attractions galore. There really is something for everyone at the site.
Whilst you are on your travels around Windsor why not pop along and take a look at the magnificent buildings of Eton College. You will find this just across the Thames from the main Windsor area. Many royals and upper-class boys have attended Eton and have gone on to work in high profile roles in government and most notably as the Prime Minister of the country.
There are many other sites to enjoy in Windsor and a trip to the area will see you enjoying some of the great landscapes and historical sites that we have here in the UK.