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St George's Chapel

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St George's Chapel building

Attraction Information

St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle is an 11th century Gothic masterpiece, featuring a stunning Henry VII stone ceiling. There’s also lots of royal history to be discovered at the chapel. It’s the final resting place of 10 monarchs, including Henry VIII and Charles I.

Love a good royal wedding? Well, St George’s Chapel has seen many over the years, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s lovely ceremony in 2018. You may not have been invited to the big event but you can still see where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex  said “I do” and experience the grandeur of the chapel.

If you want to visit St George’s, you’ll have to have a ticket to Windsor Castle. However, all services at the chapel are open to the public and free to attend. You’re welcome to come and enjoy an uplifting spiritual experience for the whole family, no tickets needed.

  • Explore 900 years of royal history
  • See where Prince Harry & Meghan tied the knot
  • Attend a service at the chapel for free

Opening hours

Visits: Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 16:00, Sunday - Closed
Services: Monday to Sunday at different hours throughout the day

Location

Address

The College of St George, Windsor Castle,
Windsor,
Berkshire,
SL4 1NJ,
England

Phone number

01753 848888

Pricing

General Admission (incl Windsor Castle)
Adults: £21.20
Over 60 / Students: £19.30
Kids (6-17): £12.30
Disabled: £12.30
Under 5: Free
Family (2 adults & 3 kids): £54.70

Services at the chapel are free to attend.

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Public Transport

By train: To Windsor from London Waterloo or London Paddington (via Slough)
By coach: Green Line operates daily services from Victoria Coach Station
By car: M4 to Exit 6. M3 to Exit 3

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