Windsor Discovery Windsor Bus Tour
Hop on-board our sightseeing Windsor bus tour to discover the history and heritage of Windsor & Eton.
- Explore Windsor at your own pace
- See Windsor's top landmarks
- Stunning views and photo opportunities
- Comfort and safety in the open air
- Key facts about Windsor through audio guide
Departures every day from April to mid-October | Sat & Sun the rest of the year
First departure: 9:00 AM Last departure: 3:00 PM | 4:00 July & August
Buses every 60 mins | 30 mins in July & August
Overview Windsor Discovery
Just 1 hour from London by train, Windsor and Eton are perfect for a day trip with your family or friends, and we are here to help you explore every corner. Climb aboard at any of the stops and let us guide you across both areas separated by the river Thames. If you arrive by train, you can board the bus at stop 1, located directly right in front of Windsor & Eton Riverside Station.
Take advantage of the hop-on hop-off flexibility to jump off the bus and explore the main sights. In the royal town of Windsor, visit Windsor Castle, home of the British Kings and Queens for almost 1000 years and experience the Changing of the Guard. Visit St George Chapel, the Guildhall, the Windsor Parish Church and the Holy Trinity Church. Explore the quintessentially British village of Eton on the other side of the river, home to Eton college, one of the most prestigious private schools in the country.
After enjoying lunch or an afternoon tea at the Windsor Farm Shop café, hop back on. Take advantage of the open-top bus and don't miss the iconic views of Windsor Castle from the Long Walk. You may even spot some of the resident deer!
Upon first validation, your ticket is valid 24 hours and you can hop-on hop-off, for an unlimited number of times within the validity period.
Know before you go Windsor Discovery
Routes & Service
Chek our timetable page to see the yearly timetable, including first and last bus departure times and bus frequency.
Windsor Discovery Route
We will not be operating in Windsor on the morning of Sunday 11th June, as the Windsor Triathlon event taking place on that day will necessitate a large number of road closures in central Windsor. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause. See details