Windsor Castle Hours

Windsor Castle is an official residence of his majesty, hence it remains closed on several occasions. 

Windsor Castle remains open to the public for 5 days, including the weekend but remains closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

The visiting hours of Windsor Castle by the public are from 10 am to 4.15 pm and the last visitors are allowed approx 1 hour prior to closing time. 

One of the most popular things to explore inside the castle is the St. George’s Chapel which remains open for visitors for 4 days a week. It remains closed on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

The timing for St. George’s Chapel is the same as Windsor Castle, from 10 am to 4.15 pm, but the last entry allowed is different. The last entry to the chapel is 15 minutes before closing time.

The semi-public Staterooms of the Windsor Castle are open to visitors only from September to March.

Detailed Windsor Castle’s Opening hours:

Place Time Day
Windsor Castle 10 am to 4.15 pmClosed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays
St. George’s Chapel10 am to 4 pm Closed on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays
Semi-public StateroomsSame as Windsor castleOpen from September-March

Windsor Castle Tour Duration (Combo)

If you want to save time and money, visitors usually go for combo tickets to Windsor Castle.

The most popular site you can see along with Windsor Castle is Stonehenge as it is located nearby. 

The timing for Stonehenge is almost the same as Windsor Castle.

Stonehenge is open to visitors from 9.30 am to 5 pm seven days a week but to enter Stonehenge, you need to reach at least half an hour prior to your booked time slot. 

Pro-Tip: If you choose a Windsor Castle tour or trip from London, your tour provider will ensure Windsor Castle opening times along with all other attractions included in your package.

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