Visit the College of St George

The College of St George

Windsor Castle, Windsor,

Berkshire, SL4 1NJ.

For General Enquiries email us on:

[email protected]


+44 (0)1753 848888 – please leave a message which will be responded to when possible.

How to find us

By train: To Windsor from London Waterloo or London Paddington (via Slough). For train times call the National Rail Enquiries Service 08457 484950 (UK).

By coach: Green Line operates daily services from Victoria Coach Station, London.

Tour companies operate a daily service, collecting from many London hotels. For details ask your hotel.

By road: M4 to Exit 6. M3 to Exit 3.

Where to Park

Click here to view nearby car parks in relation to Windsor Castle.


Attending Services:

You are most welcome to attend services (free to all) at St George’s Chapel on any day of the week.

For details click here to view. There is no charge for attending services.

Visiting the Chapel (other than for services):

St George’s Chapel is open to visitors on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week.  Entrance is subject to the admission payment at Windsor Castle ticket office. For Windsor Castle Admissions click here.

School Group visits:

School group tours for KS 1, 2 and 3 are available in St George’s Chapel with links to history, art & design, RE, the Tudors and cross curricular studies. School visits to St George’s Chapel are currently arranged through Windsor Castle Learning Bookings. Information on the visits involving St George’s Chapel can be found here.

To discuss arranging a visit, please contact:
The Learning Bookings Team
Ticket Sales and Information Office
Buckingham Palace
Tel: (+44) (0) 20 7766 7323
Fax: (+44) (0) 20 7930 9625
Email: [email protected]

Themed Trails for Schools and Families

Self-guided trails suitable for schools or families are available for download below. Use these to enhance your visit or to extend the learning experience in the classroom.

Access and Mobility

If you are visiting St George’s Chapel to attend a Service of Worship the following may be useful information.

Attendance at regular daily Services is free and does not require a ticket.

A Hearing Loop is in use for the majority of the daily Services (except the Holy Communion Service on weekdays at 8am which are often held in one of the small side Chapels)

Orders of Service in Braille are available for standard Services throughout the year (Evensong, Evening Prayer and Sunday morning services).

Large print Hymn Books, Psalters and Orders of Service are available.

Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

The main entrance (the south door) to St George’s Chapel for Services is up three steps & handrail but there is an alternative step free entrance. Within the Chapel the two main areas (the Quire and the Nave) have ramp access.  St George’s Chapel is within Windsor Castle which is situated at the top of a hill, some of the access roads are cobbled.

You may wish to download a photo journey to help you plan your visit click here

If you are visiting St George’s Chapel as part of a visit to Windsor Castle please also see Concessionary rates are available from Royal Collection Trust if you have a disability and a companion is admitted free of charge.

The main entrance (the south door) to St George’s Chapel for visitors is up three steps but there is an alternative step free entrance. Within the Chapel there is ramp access for all the visitor route.

You may wish to download a photo journey to help you plan your visit click here

St George’s Chapel Shop is at the exit of St George’s Chapel and is step free. There are two till areas both with low level sections.

Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

The multimedia guide (which covers all of Windsor Castle including St George’s Chapel) is available in British Sign Language (BSL) and with subtitles.

An accessible café, toilets, and a Changing Places are available in the Upper Ward of Windsor Castle. St George’s Chapel is located in the Lower Ward of the Castle.

The King's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.