River Cruises from Windsor Castle

French Brothers River Cruises from Windsor Castle

Make your visit to Windsor Castle extra special by combining it with a relaxing trip on the Thames with award winning river cruise company French Brothers, and save pounds on both  experiences by booking online with 365Tickets.

Windsor Castle river thames

The Cruises

The 40 minute round trip is great for families with younger children. Travel upstream from the dock at Windsor as far as Boveney Lock, with spectacular views of the castle and the surrounding countryside, passing Eton College, Mill House, Windsor Racecourse and Brocas Meadows, before turning round at Boveney Lock and Weir. Trips depart frequently throughout the day, and there is a childrens playground and picnic area at the nearby Home Park.

If you have more time to spare, take a two hour trip which ventures five miles upstream beyond Boveney Lock. Once through the lock, you glide past Sutherland Grange, The Willows, Oakley Court, Bray Film Studios, Queen’s Eyot and Monkey Island, all sites of historical interest. Embrace the quintessentially English vibe by ordering a traditional afternoon tea when you book online, light refreshments are available, and the fully licensed bar also stocks Pimms, Champagne and sparkling wine. An informative brochure is provided on both trips.

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Windsor Castle

The largest and oldest inhabited royal residence in the world, Windsor Castle makes a great day out for all the family, its history spanning over 900 years, and guided and audio tours are included with your tickets. Admire the sumptuous Staterooms, enjoy breathtaking views from the top of the Round Tower, soak in the atmosphere of the Gothic St. George’s Chapel,  see the exquisite Queen Mary’s Dolls House and take a peek behind the scenes in the oldest working kitchen in the country. This year there is an exhibition of documents, accounts and letters from the Royal Archives, and Fair Ladies and Noble Knights themed activities for children, with entertaining stories, dressing up, discovery trails and and craft workshops.

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Kate Quigley

Kate Quigley Travel Writer