Dedicated football fans amongst you will know that England won the World Cup 50 years ago this year! Shoot across to the museum today to make your very own replica Jules Rimet Trophy—the trophy awarded to England’s world cup winning squad in 1966.
Take part in the World's busiest Ceroc class!
Popular FRIDAY Night PARTY for Over 30s 40s & 50s - singles and couples welcome
Wondering what soldiers got up to during World War I? 100 years ago the largest battle of World War I took place in France: the Battle of the Somme. Head on over to the museum to commemorate this very important anniversary with us and make your very own piece of trench art; or you can embroider a silk postcard instead, similar to the ones soldiers would have sent home to their friends and families while serving at the front.
Popular FRIDAY Night PARTY for Over 30s 40s & 50s - singles and couples welcome...
Don’t mind getting your hands dirty? Well, then, get your green-fingers ready and come to the museum to follow in the footsteps of Lancelot “Capability” Brown and build your own miniature landscape garden. Known as Britain’s greatest landscape gardener, Brown designed over 170 parks in his lifetime, many of which still exist today!
FRIDAY Night PARTY for Over 30s 40s & 50s - Singles and Couples welcome ...
A monthly weekend food and drink market down Peascod Street, Windsor
Get Up and Go children's summer camps....performing arts courses for 5 to 11yrs
Dash along to the Windsor and Royal Borough Museum to learn all about Morse Code and how it was used during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds. Back by popular demand, this activity will teach you how to send and read Morse Code encrypted messages. A skill fit for budding spies!