Harry & Meghan’s Royal Wedding exhibition

Address:
Windsor Castle, Windsor, London
Tel:
0303 123 7304

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
26th October 2018 to 6th January 2019
10 AM to 5.15 PM (Mon-Sun, Mar-Oct); 10 AM to 4.15 PM (Mon-Sun, Nov-Feb); Last entry to the grounds 1¼ hours before closing; Last entry to the State Apartments 45 mins before closing; Last entry to St. George’s Chapel at 4 PM
Tickets & Cost:
Included in the cost of your admission ticket. See rct.uk

Getting to Windsor Castle

Trains:
Windsor Central, Windsor & Eton Riverside
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Good for kids? Value for money? Worth a visit?

Windsor Castle is No.1 in our list of best day trips from London

Windsor Castle will be putting on a special exhibition to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan in May 2018.

A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will feature both Harry's Household Cavalry uniform and the beautiful wedding dress created by the British designer Clare Waight-Keller. Meghan chose the designer for her timeless and elegant aesthetic, and for the impeccable tailoring of her creations at Givenchy.

Whilst he's not much into wedding dresses (be fair... he is a bloke!), Craig ranks a visit to Windsor as one of the best day-trips you can do from London. You might like to read his review of Windsor Castle to see what's it's like. If you don't mind forking out some more money then you might like to try the Exclusive Evening Tour of Windsor Castle as well, which includes entry into this exhibition.

 

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> Craig’s review of this event – “Windsor Castle is a bit of a trek from London. If you're travelling from Waterloo then you're looking at the best part of an hour on the train. I don't normally go that far out, but it's Windsor isn't it. I've come to pay homage to our leader — the Queen. Let's hope she's home or it will have been a wasted journey. This is actually my very first visit to the castle.… continued”

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