The Savill Garden is now open for Friends and Members as well as a limited number of pre-paid tickets. The Gift Shop, Plant Centre and toilets at The Savill Building are now open for Friends, Members and customers visiting The Savill Garden.
Face-coverings must be worn by all visitors inside The Savill Building from Friday 24 July.
Face-coverings can be removed whilst in the Garden as well as seated in the restaurant but must be re-applied when moving around inside the Building. Please ask a member of the team if you have any questions.
Firstly, try The Savill Garden car park at TW20 0UJ.
The following are also open:
Virginia Water South
Wick Road is open to Members only
Ranger's Gate and Cranbourne Gate
The car park at The Valley Gardens remains closed.
Cycling in Windsor Great Park
Always cycle slowly, considerately and two metres apart
Only cycle on metalled roads
The Deer Park is closed to bicycles
Catering facilities in Windsor Great Park
The Savill Garden Kitchen is open with a reduced menu. The terrace is open from 9am - 11am for teas, coffees and pastries and then the lunch menu is available from 11.30am - 4pm.
The following reduced take-away catering will be available:
The Potting Shed at The Savill Building from 9am - 6pm
Obelisk Lawn from 9am - 5pm
The Totem Pole – ice cream van
The Valley Gardens
Please note - there may be occasions where our team will ask you to move on if an area is becoming too crowded. Please respect their request.
We are constantly reviewing the situation and should Government advice change, or public safety be compromised, we will not hesitate to impose further closures or restrictions.
A progressive independent commercial business, created by Act of Parliament. Our portfolio includes the whole of Regent Street and much of St James’s in London’s West End, prime regional shopping centres, Windsor Great Park, rural land and coastline, and the UK’s seabed.
Our trees are managed carefully, both as they grow and as they eventually fall - where some are left to create natural dead wood habitats.
As you walk around Windsor Great Park you will see a number of fallen trees, and these are intentionally left alone to make the woodland richer. This is especially important as dead wood habitats, which offer homes to specialised insects and fungi, are becoming increasingly scarce. We have gained an international reputation for our sympathetic approach to retaining dead standing and fallen trees and limbs in situ - wherever it is practical, reasonable and safe to do so.
Many of the invertebrate species and fungi found in the Park are listed as Priority Species under the England Biodiversity Strategy, and it is our ongoing responsibility to ensure that our conservation programmes to protect these species for years to come. Windsor Great Park is home to nearly 2,000 species of beetle, many of which are endangered, vulnerable or near-threatened. Meanwhile, over 1,000 species of macro-fungi have been recorded, 250 of which are rare species. In fact, there are 43 rare species of fungi that are confined entirely or almost entirely to Windsor.