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LOCATION The Windsor & Royal Borough Museum is located on the ground floor in Windsor Guildhall, High Street, Windsor SL4 1LR, tel: 01628 685686.
OPENING TIMES Monday Closed, except to booked groups. Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm. Sunday & Bank Holidays 12pm - 4pm. Christmas Day & Boxing Day Closed.
ADMISSION Adults £2. Children aged 12-17 years £1. Children under 12 years Free. Advantage Card holders Free. Friends of the W&RBM Free.
GUIDED TOURS The Guildhall is a Grade I Listed Building completed in 1689. Guided tours of the historic public rooms upstairs are available at no extra charge when the rooms are not in use. Take an opportunity to admire the historic Council Chamber, view the paintings of British monarchs from Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II. See the historic site of the wedding of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall and the civil partnership of Elton John and David Furnish. Please note that tours are not available on Thursdays owing to the Coroner’s Inquests being held.
ACCESS The museum displays on the ground floor are fully accessible by wheelchair users. There is no lift except a stair-lift to the public rooms on the first floor. There are no toilets accessible to wheelchair users in the Guildhall.
Temporarily closed due to Covid-19For more information and online activities, visit www.facebook.com/WindsorRoyalBoroughMuseum