Princess Charlotte and the Scandalous Georgians Walk
Royal Windsor Weddings Walk
10.30am Monday, 17th September 2018
When Princess Charlotte, only child of King George IV, died in 1817 her uncles abandoned their mistresses, rushing to marry and produce the next sovereign of the House of Hanover.
Hidden Windsor Walk
10.30am Thursday, 20th September 2018
Windsor has not just been a favoured residence for royalty over the centuries, but also a preferred place for their weddings.
High Spirits! Ghost Walk
10.30am Monday, 24th September 2018
Hidden Windsor’ does not necessarily mean places off the beaten track (although this tour will take in a few of these), but items of street furniture and buildings that residents and visitors pass by without a second glance.
The Thames at Windsor and Eton Walk
7.00pm Tuesday, 25th September 2018
Beneath the splendour, Windsor Castle is more dangerous than a jungle’ wrote a guest in the 19th century. Windsor has a long and illustrious history but it has not always been so. Behind the finery there have been dark times of war, plague, persecution, disease ... and ghosts both in the town and within the Castle.
Heritage Walking Tour of Windsor Great Park
10.30am Wednesday, 26th September 2018
Our walk takes us alongside the Thames as it flows between Windsor and Eton. We hear the stories of how people over the years have managed to cross it, navigate it, tame it, modify it, use it, harness it, and own it; and of course those who have failed to do so.
10.30am Thursday, 27th September 2018
In the company of Nick Day, Head of Visitor Operations for The Crown Estate, this walk offers an opportunity to discover different aspects of the daily life of Windsor Great Park, and to learn more about its natural and national history.