Windsor Rocks

Easter Egg-splorers


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This year we mark the 100th anniversary of Queen Mary's Dolls' House.

Included as part of your visit to Windsor Castle this Easter, children can enjoy some creative crafting at the Castle's Learning Centre. Children can design their own room for a dolls' house or create an Easter egg greetings card.

The first ever Royal Broadcast was given when King George V opened the exhibition where the dolls' house was first displayed. Children can reenact the broadcast and perhaps even record it for themselves as a souvenir.

Activities take place throughout the local school holidays, 09:30 - 15:30, to keep your little ones busy.
While touring the State Apartments, children can become EGG-SPLORERS and use a family trail to learn more about some of the exquisite miniature objects made for the Dolls' House in 1924.

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