Guidance for visitors to Windsor Great Park
Your safety, the safety of our staff and other Park visitors is our utmost priority, so please maintain social distancing at all times, staying at least two metres from people outside of your household. When meeting family and/or friends you do not live with, or have formed a support bubble with, you must not meet in a group of more than six (6), indoors or outdoors. Before visiting please familiarise yourselves with the latest Government guidelines. Please also refer to the guidelines about meeting others safely.
Before you leave home
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.
The Savill Building
The Gift Shop, Plant Centre and toilets at The Savill Building are open. On busier days you may need to queue.
The Savill Garden
The Savill Garden is open for Friends and Members as well as a limited number of pre-booked tickets.
The children's play area - Obelisk Lawn
This area will remain closed.
Virginia Water Pavilion
Firstly, try The Savill Garden car park at TW20 0UJ. Other areas of the Great Park are within easy reach of this car park.
The following are also open:
The car park at The Valley Gardens remains closed.
More information about car parking can be found here.
Cycling in Windsor Great Park
More information about cycling can be found here.
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:
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 popular visitor attraction, set in 1,000 hectares of Swinley Forest. The exhibition is the main attraction with 90 hands-on science and discovery activities in five fun-filled zones – ‘Woodland and Water’, ‘Build It!’, ‘Light and Colour’, ‘Forces and Movement’, and ‘Body and Perception’. Visitors can launch the hydrogen rocket, take a picture of their shadow, build an unfinished house, dam a stream, make a mini animation and much more – including a climb up the 22 metre Look Out tower. Activities aimed at under 12s, but with something for all ages.
The Look Out Discovery Centre offers interactive science shows at weekends throughout the year, and during Bracknell Forest school holidays, so children can learn about science in a fun and interactive way. It is also a brilliant place for children’s birthday parties, especially on a Friday when party groups can have The Look Out to themselves.
There is a great Gift Shop full of pocket money items, as well as snacks and drinks available in the Coffee Shop. Outside is a fantastic adventure play area, making for a lovely family day out whatever the weather. Visitors to the hands-on science and discovery exhibition will get a £2 parking discount if they bring the small part of their ticket stub to reception when purchasing admission tickets. Parking charges are £2 for four hours or £4 for all day. Open daily except 24th to 26th December and for five days in January.