The Royal Heritage Tour & The Savill Garden
We are delighted to offer this exclusive opportunity to be fully immersed in 1000 years of Royal History with a personally guided coach tour of Windsor Great Park.
Groups can enjoy the unique national and natural heritage of Windsor Great Park when visiting The Savill Garden.
The 60-90 minute tour can be taken before or after your visit to the Savill Garden.
You will learn about the long history of the Estate, and visit:
- The Coronation Groves – planted to commemorate the coronations of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II
- The famous veteran oaks and The Deer Park
- Royal Equestrian Statues
- The Guards Polo Club founded by The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
- The Royal School, founded by Queen Victoria
- The Estate Village
And to finish off, your group will have the rare opportunity to disembark from your coach at the top of the iconic Long Walk, giving you time to take a photo from The Copper Horse statue of George III to the historic Windsor Castle.
Combined Savill Garden admission and Royal Heritage Tour
- Price: £25 per person
- Available: 1 Apr – 30 Sep (Monday – Friday only, excluding 19-23 Jun)
- Minimum group size: 20
- Maximum group size: 55 (or 1 coach full). Please note, single deck coaches only with a microphone
- Tour length: 1-1½ hours
- Tour departure times: 10.30am or 2.30pm
Advance bookings only: Please call 01753 847543 and allow at least 10 days’ notice.
Group visitor packages
Make the most of your group day and take advantage of a wide choice of group packages.
The Savill Garden Guided Tours
Get the most out of your visit to The Savill Garden and enjoy a tour led by an expert Friend guide.
Group Dining in The Savill Garden Kitchen
There’s nothing better after a stroll through The Savill Garden than a slice of cake or a tasty hot dish. Take a look at our pre-booked hot menu or traditional cream tea.
The Savill Garden & River Boat Cruise
Enjoy a full group day out combining a visit to The Savill Garden with a return boat trip from historic Runnymede along the River Thames.