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Royal Windsor Information Centre

Royal Windsor Information Centre

Parking in Windsor & Maidenhead

Windsor and Maidenhead have a choice of multi-storey and open-air car parks.  Look out for the long-stay options for the best-value all-day parking.

Maidenhead area car parking information

Windsor, Eton and Datchet area car parking information

Christmas 2014 Parking

Windsor and Eton: Free parking* is available after 4pm in Windsor and Eton for the Christmas Light Switch-on events (15 November and 20 November) and after 4pm every Thursday between 27 November and 18 December and Christmas Eve.

Free parking* all day on Sundays 1-22 December, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

*Free parking is only available in the following RBWM council car parks: Alma Road, Alexandra Gardens, Romney Lock, Victoria Street, Eton Court, Meadow Lane and King Edward VII car park (Datchet Road).

Maidenhead: This Christmas enjoy FREE WEEKEND PARKING in Maidenhead from the 22 November until Christmas.

We want to make Christmas shopping as easy as possible this year in Maidenhead so we are offering FREE PARKING so you can make the most of the town centre and all the Christmas events.

Weekend parking will be FREE on the weekends of the 22 & 29 November and the 6, 13 & 20 December and Boxing Day is FREE too!

Don’t forget that Sunday Parking in Maidenhead is free all year round and the majority of shops are open 11am-5pm.

Park and Ride

We would encourage visitors to take advantage of Windsor's Park and Ride facilities.  Christmas Park and Ride will operate on 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 November and 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 December 2014.

Legoland Windsor Shuttle Bus

The Legoland shuttle service between Windsor town centre and Legoland is provided by routes 191 and 200.  

Disruption to traffic caused by the Guard March

Please note that traffic is stopped when the guards make their way between the barracks on Sheet Street, along the High Street and into the Castle (daily April to July, alternate dates August to March but never on a Sunday).  Traffic wardens and police control traffic on the following approaches to the centre of town: Thames Street, the junction of Victoria Street and Sheet Street and near the junction of Frances Road and Sheet Street.  Traffic is usually stopped between 10.45am and 11am (as the guards march to the Castle) and between 11.15am and 11.30am (as they return to the barracks).  More information on Guard March Schedule>

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