There is so much to do for all ages. Below are a few highlights, including Windsor Great Park which is glorious over the winter months.
Visitors can wander around The Savill Garden and entry is FREE from 1st to 31st December. With 35 acres available to explore, look out for below 5 highlights:
Winter-flowering conservatory plants like poinsettias, camellias, paper-white daffodils in the Temperate House.
Colourful dogwood stems in a mass planting in the Winter Beds.
Attractive flower heads of grasses in the Dry Garden, New Zealand Garden and Rose Garden.
Hydrangea spent flower heads dusted with hoar frost.
Fragrant scented plants like witch hazels, Christmas box, winter sweet and daphne.
Savill Garden Restaurant
Guests can take time out in the Savill Garden Restaurant and enjoy scrumptious homemade mince pies with hot mulled wine.
Children’s festive walk – 1st to 31st December
A fun Christmas trail around the Obelisk pond will keep children busy with clues to follow and a delicious chocolate treat as a reward for their excursions. Trail packs cost £3.50 per child
Children's Activities – 1st to 23rd December
Join in the fun on weekday mornings. Fantastic storytelling takes place for toddlers from 10.30am to 11.30am. Little hands will also find plenty to do in the Christmas Arts & Crafts area.
Festive Carriage Rides – 1st December to 4th January
Even more exciting is taking a trip in the 4/6 seat carriage, beautifully decorated for the Festive Season with twinkling garlands and horse-wearing Antlers!
LaplandUK returns to Whitmoor Forest on selected dates between 21st November and 24th Christmas Eve 2015.
Young visitors can explore the Elves' magical forest pathways to arrive in snowy, winter wonderland. The forest elves are looking for help in the Toy Factory and Mother Christmas needs help decorating gingerbread in her cosy kitchen. Storytelling time is on the agenda, before donning skates to play on the ‘Ice’ Rink .
To find out more about Windsor events during the festive season, please telephone