The Oakley Court offers the perfect base for a fun-fuelled day out the whole family can enjoy.
We’re lucky to have so many good places to visit right here on our doorstep in Windsor. There’s something to feed the inspiring minds of the whole family. From culture to adrenaline-fuelled fun, adventures on foot or a relaxing picnic on the banks of the River Thames – there’s never a dull moment at The Oakley Court.
The Royal Residence to her Majesty The Queen and a goldmine of royal history dating back to the 11th century, Windsor Castle is simply a must place to visit during your stay at The Oakley Court. Follow the River Thames from the hotel and you can’t miss it for its architectural splendour. If the colours of the famous Royal Standard Flag are flying high, you may even catch glimpse of the reigning monarch herself. There’s plenty to see, from exhibitions offering fascinating insights into famous events in our history followed by tours around the magnificent state rooms and grounds – they’ll be no yawning that afternoon.
Indulge those adrenaline levels and take a trip to one of Britain’s most famous theme parks. A fun day out for all the family, there’s a ride for every member. Take a gentle turn on the the teacups, get soaking on the ‘Tidalwave’ or experience the extreme thrills of some of the highest and fastest rollercoaster rides in the world. Return to ground level and take a walk on the wild side around Thorpe Park’s newest attraction – the world’s first ever ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ maze. Compete for a gold star as you take on your very own Bush Tucker Trials inspired by the award-winning TV show. Will you be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle?
Build your own castle at the world-famous Lego Land – a great day out for the whole family. With more than 55 interactive rides and attractions, fly through the treetops to escape the scary dragons, down the thrilling rapids with the Viking Fleet and enjoy the UK’s only Lego Star Wars Miniland Model Display. This is the land that promises a fun-fuelled day for all.