6. From London: Skip-the-line Windsor Castle Private Trip
"Windsor Castle embodies almost a millennium of architectural history as the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. It’s a great destination for a short city break from London, so book your private transportation and skip-the-line tickets now. Explore the mighty royal residence and discover the treasures of the Royal Collection. Spend the day among the royals!
Choose the 4-hour option to enjoy a self-guided tour of Windsor Castle with the official audio guide in your native language. With skip-the-line entrance tickets, you can save time by skipping the lines and heading straight for the entrance as soon as you arrive. Admire the majestic castle inside and out and listen to the immersive audio commentary to discover its best kept secrets. Immerse yourself in the story of the British Royal Family, from William the Conqueror to Queen Elizabeth II.
Windsor Castle is rich in history and cultural heritage. Admire the beautiful interiors of the State Apartments, filled with expensive paintings, porcelain, furniture and other treasures from the Royal Collection of the Windsor family. Explore also the ceremonial rooms, which are used today by The Queen and members of the Royal Family and see historic highlights such as the precisely made Queen Mary's Dolls' House. Another point of interest is St George’s Chapel, a traditional site of royal weddings and burials, including the Queen Mother, King George VI and Princess Margaret. You can also spend some time strolling through the castle garden, where the youngest members of the Royal Family love to play.
Choose the 5-hour option to learn more about Windsor Castle and the British Royal Family through live commentary of a 5-Star Expert Guide. This option combines a self-guided tour of castle interiors with a guided tour of the castle courtyard, where your Private Guide will give you an in depth introduction to the castle’s history. This is a great opportunity to learn more and ask questions about anything related to the British monarchs. "