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Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Maidenhead, Berkshire

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Town Hall
St Ives Road

Maidenhead
Berkshire

SL6 1RF | View map
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WINDSOR & THE ROYAL BOROUGH
Royalty and River are the clues to the treasures to be found around Windsor and Eton. With 1,000 years of history, take time to discover this truly English region.
ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS
15 attractions including 2 great heritage sites of Windsor Castle & Eton College, plus and international events programme including Royal Ascot and Windsor Festival.
SHOPPING
Top brand names, exquisite boutiques and speciality shops, something for everyone in pursuit of the original, luxurious and exclusive as well as value for money.
DINING OUT
Lively themed cafe/bars, buzzing wine bars, family favourites, historic pubs and romantic riverside restaurants, make the Royal Borough the place to dine.
GETTING HERE
Only 15 minutes from Heathrow, an hour from Gatwick. Coach connections from the airports and train connections from London's Waterloo and Paddington. Windsor stations are Windsor & Eton Central and Windsor Riverside, both within ten minutes walk of Windsor Castle. Easy access from motorway links.

Population 133,606

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