From the last joining point we make our way to Windsor. The drop off point will be at the Coach Park, this is a short walk from the town centre. You will have the day at leisure. The coach will depart Windsor at 16.30hrs to head back to the local area.
Windsor is a shopper's paradise in the Royal Borough's historical heart where high street retailers, designer labels, antiques shops and department stores sit alongside quaint, specialist and souvenir shops. Windsor is also home to two of the UK’s Top 20 visitor attractions – Windsor Castle and Legoland Windsor.
The Changing of the Guard is one of the highlights of a visit to Windsor. A band usually accompanies the Guards, although this is subject to weather conditions.
The Guards can be watched as they march up the High Street and into the Castle, but to see the actual ‘changing’ ceremony you need to have paid to go into the Castle.
The Guard March takes place all year round, dependant on the weather. The Guards march on alternate days from August to March. The schedule is set by the British Army and is subject to change.
The Royal Borough’s museums provide a fascinating insight into the local area.
Learn more about the town by dropping into Windsor and the Royal Borough Museum, situated in Windsor Guildhall where Prince Charles got married and Sir Elton John’s civil partnership took place.
The above timings and information are subject to traffic conditions, and we reserve the right to make any changes necessary without prior notification.
Coaches for our Day Trips will be in either 'Motts' or 'Crusader' Livery.