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LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort
0.37km from Windsor Great Park
LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is a child-orientated theme park and resorts in Windsor, Berkshire in England, themed around the Lego toy system. the park's attractions consist of a mixture of Lego-themed rides, models, and building workshops. The facilities are mainly targeted at children between three and twelve. It is the 9th-most visited theme park in Europe and continues to get higher on the list as more attractions are invested into the park.
Royal Windsor Racecourse
2.9km from Windsor Great Park
Royal Windsor Racecourse, is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Windsor, Berkshire Set in 165 acres of beautiful countryside on its very own island surrounded by the River Thames, Royal Windsor Racecourse makes for a unique venue. Perfect for anything from small scale meetings to large outdoor events, this venue offers 165 acres of outdoor space and 1,000m2 of indoor space to make use of.
3.56km from Windsor Great Park
Alexandra Gardens is a pretty public garden near the River Thames in Windsor with seating, a bandstand and plenty of grassed areas perfect for picnics. There are lovely big trees and lovely colourful garden displays at various times during the year. The park is fenced on almost all sides so easy to contain small children and let them run and explore at a distance. There is a small fun fair that caters for children and I felt the rides were very reasonably priced.
The Long Walk
3.67km from Windsor Great Park
The Long Walk is the straight path that links Windsor Castle with Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park. It measures 2.64 miles in length. So a run there and back is a great distance for joggers and is a very popular route for walkers too.
Windsor & Royal Borough Museum
3.72km from Windsor Great Park
A majestic local history museum where you can discover the history of the town and the area. Listen to the stories of people who lived and worked here. This museum is accommodated within Windsor Guildhall which is a Grade 1 listed building. The museum is managed as part of the local authority of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
3.75km from Windsor Great Park
Royal Lodge was an iconic building, used as accommodation for various officers of the Royal Household until the 1930s. Located in Windsor Great Park, the property was previously the private residence of the Queen Mother for over 70 years, before being gifted to Prince Andrew in 2003 following her death. Now it is one of the tourist attractions in this area.
3.83km from Windsor Great Park
Dorney Lake is a purpose-built rowing lake in England. It is near the village of Dorney, Buckinghamshire, and is around 3 km (2 miles) west of Windsor and Eton, close to the River Thames. Open to the public all year round, come and experience the awe inspiring 2,200m Olympic Standard Lake or explore the 400 acres of Arboretum Parkland boasting over 30,000 trees of both native and exotic species.
St George's Chapel
3.85km from Windsor Great Park
Saint George’s Chapel, part of Windsor Castle in the district of Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire, Eng. It is one of the finest examples of the Perpendicular style of Gothic architecture in England. This is the Queen's private chapel at Windsor Castle. has been the location of many royal ceremonies, weddings and burials.
3.89km from Windsor Great Park
Frogmore Cottage is a historic Grade II listed home on the Frogmore Estate, part of Home Park, Windsor, which was was built in 1801 at the direction of Queen Charlotte in the gardens near Frogmore House. It is part of the Crown Estate, the monarch's public estate. The cottage was a retreat for Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort of George III, and her unmarried daughters.
3.99km from Windsor Great Park
The Windsor Castle is a palace and a royal residence located in Windsor, important for its ancient relationship with the British Royal Family and for its architecture. It was a medieval castle that begun to be built in the 11th century, after the English Norman conquest of William I the Conqueror. This fortification was originally designed on a motte and with three walls around a central mount to serve as the stronghold of the Norman conquerors on the outskirts of London and dominate a strategi
4.03km from Windsor Great Park
Frogmore House, Standing about half a mile south of Windsor Castle in Windsor Home Park. gardens at Frogmore House have been an enduring attraction for monarchs and their families since the house was purchased by Queen Charlotte in 1790. At one time the house was the home of Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent. After her death, her son-in-law, Prince Albert, commissioned the building of an elegant mausoleum to hold her remains.
Frogmore House and Gardens
4.03km from Windsor Great Park
Frogmore House was built in 1680-4 by Charles II's architect Hugh May for his nephew. It stood on the estates of Great and Little Frogmore, which were bought by Henry VIII in the sixteenth century and let to various tenants. The garden is one of the main attraction here. The house was in good condition and it has so many things to see in and outside this building.
Queen Mary's Dolls' House
4.11km from Windsor Great Park
Queen Mary's Dolls' House is the largest, most beautiful and most famous dolls' house in the world. Built between 1921 and 1924 for Queen Mary, consort of George V, by the leading British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, it includes contributions from over 1,500 of the finest artists, craftsmen and manufacturers of the early twentieth century.
Windsor Great Park
4.59km from Windsor Great Park
Windsor Great Park covers 4800 acres. This is the remnants of the private hunting grounds that used to stretch for miles and miles back in medieval times. It is still a substantial piece of real estate owned by the Crown Estate, containing several farms, forestry land, polo fields, and much else besides. Much of it is open to the public. Windsor Great Park also contains the Savill Garden, the Valley Garden and Virginia Water. Virginia Water is a serpentine lake formed in 1750.
4.87km from Windsor Great Park
Dorney Court is one of England's most uniquely beautiful Tudor Manor Houses set amidst acres of mature parkland and encircled by well-tended yew hedges. This house has been lived in by the Palmer family for more than 450 years – this remarkable and characterful building has been passed from father to son over thirteen generations.
Bray Lake Watersports
5.19km from Windsor Great Park
The Bray lake offers a lot of water sports activities. Stand-Up Paddleboarding, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Dinghy Sailing, and Open Water Swimming. The center is open 7 days a week and offers equipment hire, demo kit, own equipment launches, children’s holiday courses, private / group tuition, club training sessions, and excursions.
The Savill Garden
5.35km from Windsor Great Park
The Savill Garden is a garden of beauty and colour where visitors journey through 35 acres of interconnecting gardens. Today the park is perfect for picnics, walking, cycling and horse riding. Our restaurant, The Savill Garden Kitchen is part of this sweeping expanse and overlooks the The Savill Garden. Home to 35 acres of interconnected gardens, located six miles from Windsor Castle, this is a great place for both families and horticulturalists alike to view the changing of the seasons.
5.81km from Windsor Great Park
Ascot Racecourse is synonymous with quality, excellence and a truly memorable day out. It has a spectacular racing takes place throughout the year, each raceday offering a unique theme and atmosphere including a summer cocktail party in July, a Beer Festival in October and Fireworks in November as well as five dedicated family racedays and much more.
The Valley Gardens
5.96km from Windsor Great Park
A beautiful greenish 220 acres of botanical garden which has collections of azaleas, camellias, magnolias, and many other spring-flowering shrubs and trees. The Valley Gardens Harrogate is open all year round, 24 hours a day, and with a number of different areas and garden, styles make a relaxing and captivating place to explore.
National Trust - Runnymede
5.97km from Windsor Great Park
Stretching across two sides of the Thames, the historied hills and meadows of Runnymede and Ankerwycke offer an atmosphere of peace and contemplation. As the site of the sealing of Magna Carta over 800 years ago, Runnymede is the birthplace of modern democracy. Along with a series of memorials, the meadows are home to artist Hew Locke’s installation The Jurors, a set of twelve intricately decorated seats telling the story of justice around the world. Further along you’ll find Writ in Water by
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Windsor Great Park
Windsor Great Park covers 4,800 acres, parts of which are open to the public. Its present area was determined in the 1360s and was popular with Saxon kings as a hunting forest. Take a wander along the famous Long Walk, the end of which is marked by the impressive Copper Horse statue which depicts King George III.