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If you are a visitor to Windsor and want to learn more about it's history you can now take 'The Military History Walk', which brings to life the notoriety of some of the Royals and the Military in Windsor. You have the unique opportunity to be accompanied and led, by an Ex Royal Guard, one that has served as a soldier in Windsor Castle, St James Palace, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London.
The Military History Walk is a one to one and a half hours walk that is full of renown and notorious history. Discover more about the lives of Windsor's Victoria Cross recipients, The Armies of Windsor, Oliver Cromwell and the New Model Army, King Edward III and the Black Prince, the Saxon Royal Palace, Bad King John, and of course - The Royal Guard. Find out why Windsor is so important to Monarchs over the years. Gain insight into the life of a Royal Guard.
Royal Windsor Tours will carry out a walk in the morning and combine that with a view of the Guard as they march past. There will also be a walk in the afternoon.Days:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday1. 10.45am2. 3.30pm*Saturday and Sunday1. 1pm2. 3.30pm
*not available from late May until the end of July as it will be replaced by the Victoria 200 Walk
Duration approx 90 minutes.
Assemble by the black information screen by the Tower Brasserie on the corner of Harte and Garter Hotel, Jubilee Arch. A Royal Windsor Tour Staff member will be there. They will wear a black bowler hat and wear their Royal Windsor Tours ID badge. Once tickets have been checked the walk will begin.
In the event of wet weather please come prepared if it is likely to rain please bring a brolly or a rain cape.
Royal Windsor Tours considers The Military History Walk as motorised wheelchair accessible.
During the autumn and winter seasons Royal Windsor Tours are still carrying out exclusive walks but only those booked ahead of time. Please contact Royal Windsor Tours and for further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org