1) St George's Chapel
Most recently the site of the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, St George's Chapel is the spiritual home of the world's oldest national order of knighthood, the Order of Garter.
Inside the intricate Gothic architecture lie the tombs of ten sovereigns including Henry VIII and Charles I but this is also a working church as well. Services take place every day and worshipers are welcome to attend.
2) Queen Mary's Dolls' House
Built in the 1920s, Queen Mary's Dolls' House, was designed by renowned architect Edwin Lutyens. It took over 3 years and 1500 people to complete the most famous dolls' house in the world. It is a perfect replica of an aristocratic home complete with electricity, plumbing, working lifts and, of course, a miniature collection of crown jewels.
3) State Apartments
Explore the State Apartments of the previous 39 monarchs that have called Windsor Castle home. Here you'll find an immense collection of artworks including those by Rembrandt, Rubens and other acclaimed artists.
4) Changing of the Guard
The colorful tradition of the changing of the guard takes place at 11am most days (see hours of operation above) in front of St George's Chapel. During the 45 minute ceremony you'll be treated to a spectacular display of British pageantry in color and sound. Arrive early to get a good view of the show.