- Ages 9+
- Tourist Attractions, Tours and River Cruises
Curious About Windsor gives an novel insight into what makes this regal town what it is.
Whether a resident or visiting for the first time, you're guaranteed to spot things you wouldn't have noticed before! Enjoy the two walks separately, or put them together for a longer walk, depending upon available time, energy and how many of our suggested diversions for things to see and do on the way tempt you! Walks typically take 1 to 2 hours each.
Walk 1: Castle Walk
This route is a perfect mix of new and old, magnificent and unusual. From the stunning castle, and a flavour of Windsor's shopping district, you circle back via some little known walkways and a small, yet delightful, play park. Via another walkway and the parish church, you enter a number of small and quirky streets steeped in history, before finally ending outside the castle.
From the imposing Windsor Castle you quickly enter a world of locomotives and shops, before dropping down to some bustling riverside gardens which date back over a hundred years. Past the Royal Windsor maze, and Theatre Royal, you quickly reach the leisurely River Thames. Here you can cross over into Eton, famous for its public school, or simply stop and watch the world go by.
Have fun getting Curious About Windsor!
Our walks are self guided, so can be done whenever you like and in your own time!
Start at Castle HIll, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1LR, England
0115 950 2151
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Curious About Windsor has not told us about their parking.
No, there are no toilets available.
Public toilets are available on the way.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Curious About Windsor has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant.
Curious About Windsor passes numerous pubs, bars, restaurants, shops and cafes. On the first walk, Peascod Street has many high street shops and a number of cafes You pass several pubs along the way. Windsor Great Park is a perfect spot for an additional stroll and a picnic. On the second walk, the station complex has a number of interesting shops and lots of restaurants. There are a number of pubs along the way. The river is very pleasant to picnic, stroll along or simply watch the boats go by.
No, Curious About Windsor is not wheelchair friendly.
No, Curious About Windsor have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Curious About Windsor has not told us if they are dog friendly.