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St George's Chapel is part of the tour of Windsor Castle. The Chapel is used for baptism , weddings and funerals. The Queens mother is laid in the crypt, Earl Mountbatten and many others.
George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in England, is a chapel designed in the high-medieval Gothic style....More
If you’re visiting Windsor Castle don’t miss out St. George’s Chapel. It looks so big on TV but is actually smaller, but no less impressive. I liked the way it isn’t so huge, and welcomes everyone. The guys in the red cloaks know so much!!...More
A bit smaller than on telly ;-), St. George's Chapel is a wonderful place very rich in history. Burial site of British Kings and Queens, which I found to be amazing. In the Netherlands, you cannot visit the tombs of the royals. In the UK...More
As part of the Windsor Castle tour, we spent over 30 mins taking in the history and beauty of this wonderful chapel. I didn't expect to see the resting places on Henry VIII and the Queen Mother (amongst others).
This a relatively small chapel, but it's really beautiful. What is immediately apparent is the extraordinary history below your feet, as you walk on the graves of Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, Charles I, the Queen mum, Princess Margaret and so many more.
Annoyingly, photos are...More
The area has parking sites but very expensive. You will be arriving in December so this will be time for less tourists so should be easier to get in. Make sure you book in advance and get the tickets sent to you to avoid the... More
The area has parking sites but very expensive. You will be arriving in December so this will be time for less tourists so should be easier to get in. Make sure you book in advance and get the tickets sent to you to avoid the long queues.
The best time is as soon as it opens but check the times on the website for the latest information.