Parking in Windsor & Maidenhead
Windsor and Maidenhead have a choice of multi-storey and open-air car parks plus a 74-space coach park in Windsor town centre.
Look out for the long-stay options for the best-value all-day parking.
Visit the Royal Borough's parking pages for more information on car parking in the Windsor, Maidenhead, Eton and Datchet areas
Park and Ride
We would encourage visitors to take advantage of Windsor's Park and Ride facilities.
Legoland Windsor Shuttle Bus
The Legoland shuttle service operates between Windsor town centre and Legoland.
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.
The guards march on different days of the week, depending on the time of year. Visit our Changing the Guard page for more information on the guard march schedule.
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).
Parking in public: crime prevention
We want you to have a great time in the Royal Borough and to return to find your parked vehicle exactly as you left it.
When you park up, take a moment to make sure all possessions are stowed away out of sight and that all windows are closed and doors locked.
Visit Thames Valley Police’s website for some helpful information.