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Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. It has been the family home of British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years and is today one of the official residences of His Majesty The King.
Occupying over 10.5 hectares, the Castle offers a varied day out for visitors, including a visit to the magnificent State Apartments and St George's Chapel. The Castle's State Apartments are furnished with some of the finest works from the Royal Collection, reflecting the changing tastes of the Castle's royal occupants, particularly those of Charles II and George IV.
Among the masterpieces on display are paintings by Holbein, Rubens and Van Dyck, Sèvres porcelain and exquisite English and French furniture. Many of the works of art are still in the historic settings for which they were first collected or commissioned by the kings and queens who have lived at Windsor.
Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the Castle with a free multimedia tour. From October to March, visitors can also walk through the sumptuous Semi-State Apartments, which served as the private rooms of George IV in the 19th century. Refreshments can be enjoyed in the Undercroft Café, situated in one of the oldest medieval parts of the Castle.
Located opposite Windsor Castle, enjoy a well-earned relaxing cream tea with a glass of bubbles at Clarence Brasserie. The Clarence brasserie and tearoom is located in the heart of Windsor, just a couple of minutes’ walk along the cobbled Church Street from Windsor Castle.
Serving a traditional cream tea with fluffy scones and dainty sandwiches and a vast selection of teas range from the pink and fruity to the smooth and authentic. It is a quintessential English tearoom, with staff who have the desire to make your experience of this historic and stunning location as delightful as possible.
This experience runs on selected dates, throughout the year.
The tour will last approximately 1 ½ -2 hours. Cream tea has no set time but can last 1- 1 ½ hours.
This experience is for two people, there will be others there on the day.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
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Michael from Customer Service, May 2023
What did your experience entail?
After the recent coronation of King Charles III, I treated my mother to a quintessentially British experience at Windsor Castle, accompanied by a delightful Sparkling Cream Tea. The vastness of the castle grounds astounded us, providing ample freedom to explore at our leisure. The staff members were remarkably friendly and attentive, and the castle's impressive accessibility, considering its origins in 1070, left us in awe. While on the grounds, we visited King George VI's Memorial Chapel and paid our respects at the final resting place of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
After immersing ourselves in the castle's wonders, including the state rooms and Queen Mary's Dolls' House, we made our way to the brasserie for our cream tea experience. The Clarence Court Brasserie, conveniently located on Church Street just beyond the castle's main gate, welcomed us warmly. A friendly server greeted us, collected our voucher and escorted us to our table. The service proved highly efficient, as within minutes of settling in, we were served with tea and a glass of bubbly. Shortly after we enjoyed the traditional sandwiches, scones, cream, and jam that followed.
What did you enjoy the most?
The best part for us was that we skipped a ginormous queue at Windsor Castle as we had vouchers. We were escorted to a designated “Voucher Holders” entrance and were in the castle much faster than those waiting to buy tickets on the day.
1. There is a lovely café on the castle grounds which offer some delicious cakes, but don’t fill up too much as you have a cream tea to look forward to.
2. Look out for and be respectful of The Foot Guards patrolling Windsor Castle – don’t get in the way!