With over 4,800 acres for you to explore at Windsor Great Park you will discover a Royal history spanning over 1,000 years, including - historical monuments, ancient forests and stunning horticultural displays, as well as rare wildlife, plants and fungi.
In line with Government advice, the Great Park currently remains open for you to take essential exercise, if you live locally. To help keep everybody safe, when in the Park you must follow Government national lockdown rules.
Government national lockdown rules can be found here.
Before you visit take a look at our visitor updates. These may have changed since you last came.
Please come prepared to carry your rubbish away with you.
Cyclists, please familiarise yourselves with our cycling guidelines.
Observe social distancing guidelines and all signage in the Park.
Windsor Great Park is home to an impressive collection of plants and flowers from around the world which offer astounding displays to admire – and photograph – throughout the seasons!
Visit our Seasonal highlights guide for some of our suggestions for plants that are peaking today.
Spring Wood in The Savill Garden creates the perfect conditions for bursts of wild flowers while The Valley Gardens is transformed into a riot of colour within Daffodil Valley and Azalea Walk.
The displays are alive with vibrant colour – especially within the Rose Garden, grand Herbaceous Borders, newly replanted Golden Jubilee Garden and Summer Wood in The Savill Garden.
Wander through the crackling leaves and watch the landscape transform, as rich autumnal hues sweep the Park - setting the view alight throughout The Savill Garden and Valley Gardens.
Windsor Great Park has witnessed countless events throughout history, dating back to pre-Saxon times - each of which has left its own distinctive mark on this impressive landscape. From William the Conqueror using the landscape as a hunting ground, to Queen Victoria entertaining on the shores of Virginia Water – our Royal connections remain strong today under the stewardship of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, the current Ranger of Windsor Great Park.
Share in the experiences that generations of the Monarchy have enjoyed throughout history as you wander through Windsor Great Park. To find out more, visit our Heritage section and Interactive Timeline below.