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Walk Windsor Wonderland!The Queen’s Castle House is shining with a spectacular Christmas light show

Walk Windsor Wonderland!The Queen’s Castle House is shining with a spectacular Christmas light show

  • Windsor Castle transformed into a winter wonderland with the help of talented local school children
  • The Garter Tower is adorned with projected artwork inspired by the stained glass windows of the St. George’s Chapel.
  • Christmas illuminations can be seen in the distance after the Queen gives permission to decorate the castle

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The world’s most famous royal palace is once again the centerpiece of the magnificent winter wonderland.

Windsor Castle Berkshire is adorned with lights, garlands and laurels for the festive season.

Thanks to your kind permission Queen, Some of the castle’s most famous landmarks have been converted to Christmas wonder.

Over 50 feet high, the Garter Tower is illuminated by images inspired by the stained glass architecture and motifs of the St. George’s Chapel dating back to the 15th century.

The image, which also includes a frosty snowman, was created by a talented local schoolchild who can see the work of art adorned in front of the castle.

A huge Christmas tree stands near the turret of the castle, and white light shines on the golden boring things.

The fun image of a snowman carrying gifts and surrounded by charming green vacant lots is one of the more carefree Christmas motifs projected onto a 50-foot-high garter tower.

The Christmas tree outside Windsor Castle is lit up with fairy lights and gold boring stuff on a classic display, so everyone can immerse themselves in the spirit of celebration.

The Christmas tree outside Windsor Castle is lit up with fairy lights and gold boring stuff on a classic display, so everyone can immerse themselves in the spirit of celebration.

The Garter Tower at Windsor Castle is a spectacular projectile scene with artwork created by talented local schoolchildren inspired by the stained glass windows of the St. George's Chapel. This stunning motif of the flag of St. George is one of them.

The Garter Tower at Windsor Castle is a spectacular projectile scene with artwork created by talented local schoolchildren inspired by the stained glass windows of the St. George’s Chapel. This stunning motif of the flag of St. George is one of them.

Over 50 feet high, the Garter Tower is illuminated by images of the stained glass architecture and motifs of the St. George's Chapel dating back to the 15th century.

Over 50 feet high, the Garter Tower is illuminated by images of the stained glass architecture and motifs of the St. George’s Chapel dating back to the 15th century.

The world's most famous castle, with the kind permission of Her Majesty, again provides the background for Windsor's daily magnificent creative projections.

The world’s most famous castle, with the kind permission of Her Majesty, again provides the background for Windsor’s daily magnificent creative projections.

Another fun photo of a snowman wearing a hat and red cardigan made by a local schoolchild is the centerpiece of the Garter Tower.

Another fun photo of a snowman wearing a hat and red cardigan made by a local schoolchild is the centerpiece of the Garter Tower.

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Walk Windsor Wonderland!The Queen’s Castle House is shining with a spectacular Christmas light show

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