A joint visit to The Queen's Gallery and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. This session allows pupils to examine the life of famous Stuart kings and queens through replica dress, portraits from the In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart ... Read more about The Stuart Court: Joint Visit with the Palace of Holyroodhouse
NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 2014! This guided walk of the Castle’s open spaces is an exciting way for children to examine Windsor’s battlements, arrow loops and towers and see for themselves the advantages of building a castle on a hill. ... Read more about Walk, talk and chalk
Was armour heavy and hard to move around in? What did it take to be a medieval knight? What's the word for an armour shoe? Pupils learn fascinating facts about armour worn by kings, princes and knights, and discover how and why it evolved from ... Read more about Was armour heavy? Let's find out....
Why were many castles built during the medieval period, what were they used for and who lived in them? Focusing on the story of this famous castle at Windsor, pupils explore the role of castles long ago and learn about all the people needed to service ... Read more about What were Castles for?
What are The Queen’s favourite hobbies and how would it feel to wear her Coronation robe and crown? What does The Queen do in the splendid rooms we see at the Castle today and how can we tell if she is there? What does she do to make someone a knight ... Read more about Who is The Queen?
Let the children's imagination run wild as we explore Windsor Castle as a favourite home and working palace of our Queen. Children discover the differences and similarities between The Queen’s home and their own and how the Castle functioned as a ... Read more about Whose royal home is this?
This interactive talk explores Windsor Castle’s role over the centuries as fortress, prison, baroque palace, family home, wartime refuge, heritage attraction and residence used by The Queen for official duties. The session develops students’ skills in ... Read more about Windsor Castle: History Around Us
Pupils will explore the First Georgians: Art and Monarchy 1714-1760 exhibition to discover and experience a Georgian childhood. From ... Read more about Court life of a Georgian child: Dance and Drama workshop
This workshop highlights the many possibilities for inspiring Creative Writing from works of art, in comparison to more familiar sources such as books and the internet. Focussing on the paintings, sculptures, decorative furniture and drawings featured ... Read more about Did the first Georgians make a lasting impression?: A Creative Writing workshop
This guided tour of St George’s Chapel led by knowledgable Chapel Stewards focuses on the establishment of the Order of the Garter in 1348 and its founder Edward III. Students investigate events leading up to the building of St George’s Chapel, which ... Read more about Gothic Splendour