Day Trip to Windsor by Rail includes entry to Windsor Castle
TOUR DESCRIPTION

Let the Royal town of Windsor charm you with its iconic attractions, beautiful countryside and riverside sights. This day trip to Windsor by rail can get you to the famous town in under an hour from central London and once you’re there you will be able to travel easily around Windsor with a hop-on hop-off bus tour!

Standard class return train tickets to Windsor
Entry to Windsor Castle
Gratuities (optional)
Food and drink
Hotel transfers
Important Information
Days of Operation:

Thursday to Monday only.

Departure Details:

Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Departure Point: London Paddington station, Praed St, London W2 1HB
Train Departure time: 9:20am
Arrival at Windsor and Eton Central: 10:02am

Sundays
Departure Point: London Paddington station, Praed St, London W2 1HB
Train Departure time: 9:42am
Arrival at Windsor and Eton Central: 10:18am

Please note there is an interchange at Slough Station as there is no direct train to Windsor and Eton Central from/to Paddington.

A friendly member of staff will also meet you to help with any last minute questions.

Windsor Castle opening hours:

Windsor Castle is only open Thursday to Monday.

1st of March to 31st of October
10am - 5.15pm (last admission time 4pm)

1st of November to 28th of February
10am - 4.15pm (last admission time 3pm)

Semi-State Rooms
During the winter months an additional five rooms, known collectively as the Semi-State Rooms, are included in the visitor route.
The Semi-State Rooms at Windsor Castle are currently closed and will open later in 2024..

Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House
Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is currently closed for planned improvement works.

St George’s Chapel
St. George’s Chapel is usually closed to visitors on Sundays as services are held throughout the day. Worshippers are welcome to attend the services.

Windsor Castle closures:
Every Tuesday and Wednesday
Sunday, 16 June 2024 - State Apartments closed
Monday, 17 June 2024 - Castle closed
24-26 December Castle closed

Return to London:

You are free to choose when you return. Trains return to London every 20-30 minutes until approximately 11pm.

Please note:

Full refund if cancelled up to 14 days prior to travel date.

HIGHLIGHTS
MORE INFORMATION

Enjoy a day in Windsor, exploring at your own pace with this relaxing day trip by rail. Begin at Paddington Station, checking in at 8.50am in time for your departure at 9.21am. All that’s left is to take your seats and head off towards Windsor. Explore the beautiful Berkshire town of Windsor at your own pace with its rich Royal history, pretty countryside walks and a quaint town centre.

Visit Windsor Castle

Discover why this impressive castle is The King’s favourite weekend residence and explore the rich history contained within its walls. See Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, explore the opulent State Apartments with their priceless artworks, including pieces by Rembrandt and Leonardo Da Vinci and pay a visit to St George’s Chapel, the final resting place of Queen Mary, Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth II. The tour is unescorted, accompanied by an audio guide and lasts approximately two hours.

Return to London

You are free to choose when you return. Trains return to London every 20-30 minutes until approximately 11pm

Please Note:

The train times are subject to change, depending on availability on the train services. So it is highly important that you leave your contact number & email address to notify about the changes.

Day Trip to Windsor by Rail includes entry to Windsor Castle
Book Now
Loading Checkout...