Windsor Treasure Hunt
A treasure hunt with a Royal twist. Windsor is home to the monarchy; brimming with history and adventure. Keep the whole family entertained with either an open top bus tour or a trip on the river Thames.
Ribs treasure hunt
A treasure hunt out on the water.
Jewel in the Crown
A treasure hunt like no other, themed around the Crown Jewels of the Monarchy, teams must solve the mystery of the missing jewels. Hosted by a genuine “crown jeweller”.
A unique driving adventure in and around Ascot and Windsor. The Crown Jewels are the goal, your mode of transport is the iconic mini cooper. Teams will be provided with their own personalised mini coopers which will be their transportation for the day.
Quad Biking in a farm in Windsor surrounding area
Formula 1 Go-Karting
Fishing and Shooting
Local Area Activities
A way to see Windsor Great Park as it would have been seen years ago.
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Tour of Windsor Castle
Guided tours to the great kitchen, Windsor (2nd August- 3rd October)
Exclusive evening tour of Windsor
Changing of the Guard 11am most days
Blue Badge guided tours of the town of Windsor
Tour Bus of Windsor
Boat trip down the canal
A beautiful way to see the countryside from a different perspective
Eton College Tour
Approximately 1 hr Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 14:00 or 15:15 and daily at holidays.
Tour of Wembley Stadium (45 minutes away)
Sense the history in the England Changing Rooms and see the pitch as well as all of the different areas within the grounds including the museum.
Tour of Twickenham Stadium (30 minutes away)
Behind the scenes in the dressing rooms, royal box, medical rooms, hospitality suites, players tunnel and world rugby museum.
Denbies Wine Estate (40 minutes away)
Tour of the award winning vineyards. Learn about process and see wine cellars at the end to taste three wines from Surrey.
2hr tour of house and gardens.
Hampton Court Palace (30 minutes away)
RHS Wisley Gardens (30 minutes away)
Polesden Lacey (40 minutes away)
Home and landscape
Painshill park (30 minutes away)
18th century landscaped gardens climb 99 steps to a gothic tower and see all the way to Canary Wharf.
Frogmore House (Windsor)
Set in the private home park 18th century lake and gardens royal families works of art as well as the place still used as event space occasionally for the royal family.
Waltham Place, White Waltham
A working farm from 1910 170 acres of rare breed animals, organic garden and walled gardens built in 17th century.
Vegetable gardens orchards
Ornamental and landscaped gardens.
Old thatch cottage and garden (35 minutes away)
17th century. Enid Blyton’s old house. She lived there from 1929-1938.
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