St George’s is a working entity, where daily services are held.
Amongst the most notable buried there are Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, and George V and Queen Mary.
Changing of the Guard takes place at Windsor Castle amidst the stunning backdrop of the oldest and largest occupied Royal Castle in the world.
Built for Queen Mary, consort to George V, the dolls’ house was designed by renowned architect Edward Lutyens and features contributions from around 1,500 leading artists, craftspeople and manufacturers of the early part of the 20th century.
The Most Noble Order of the Garter is ranked the highest British honour across both civil and military awards.
The Order of the Garter, an English order of Knighthood, was founded by King Edward III in 1348. But what is it and what does it signify?
Since inception, 39 monarchs have added their vision, reshaping and rebuilding the castle to what is said to be our Queens’s ‘favourite’ residence.
Her Majesty spends many weekends at Windsor Castle which is often used for official State visits and ceremonies.
Part 1 of our new series looking at the brides of Windsor Castle. Princess Alexandra, Princess Helena & Princess Louise.
Continuing our series on Windsor Weddings, here we look at more Royal brides who chose Windsor Castle as the setting for their nuptials and how styles have changed through the years.