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.
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 following reduced take-away catering will be available in the Great Park:
The Potting Shed at The Savill Building
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.
Whether you are a keen ornithologist, a casual bird-watcher or somewhere in between, Windsor Great Park has much to offer around this vast natural landscape.
The ancient trees within the Park provide a variety of habitats, offering ideal nesting sites for a number of interesting birds - including Tawny and Barn Owls, and the Greater and Lesser Spotted Woodpecker. Or if you are interested in ground nesting species such as Nightjars and Dartford Warblers, the rich heathland of Swinley Forest - part of the Thames Valley Special Protection Area - is a prime location in which to spot them.
There is also a great deal of bird life to be seen in our wetland habitats. Herons can often be seen on the lake at Virginia Water – and Mandarin Ducks, Coots and Kingfishers can be found in the southern streams that feed into it. The occasional Bittern is also known to visit the reeds, while Egyptian Geese flock to the Great Park in Winter.