The Eton Walkway

Eton Walkway Plaque in Pavement

Situated just across the river from Windsor via a pedestrian footbridge, the town of Eton has a rich community and diverse heritage.

The Eton Walkway, a 2-mile / one-hour circular walk, connects 18 points of interest in the town starting at Windsor Bridge.

Permanent bronze markers are set in the ground to identify the route of the Walkway and use Eton’s coat of arms, originally given to the town by King Henry VI in 1449.

The 18 shields mark: The King’s Stables, the Cockpit, Porny School, Baldwin’s Bridge, Eton College, the Burning Bush, Eton Wall Game at the Timbralls, Skinners’ Bridge, Herschel Observatory, the Gormley Statue, Keate House, the Natural History Museum, Museum of Antiquities, St John’s Church, Jubilee Square, the Brocas and Eton Boat House.

Eton Walkway

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