Lipspeaking tour of Windsor Castle

6 03 2008

Information on a lipspeaking tour has come from St James’s Palace.

Royal Collection Education – Windsor Castle

BSL and Lipspeaking Interpreted Guided Tour
Saturday 12 April 2008, 13:30

Explore 1,000 years of history and discover a royal palace through their BSL & Lipspeaking interpreted guided tour of Windsor Castle.

A Windsor Castle tour guide will take you through the Precincts as you explore the history of the Castle from its foundation by William the Conqueror to its use today by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II.

Visitors see the impressive Castle buildings and are told of the highlights and treasures that can be seen inside the State Apartments and St George’s Chapel.

Tickets must be booked in advance
To book please call 020 7766 7324 or email specialistsales@royalcollection.org.uk

Tickets cost £14.80 for adults, £13.30 for over 60s & students, £8.50 for children and £38.10 for families (2 adults, 3 under 17s) and include:

Guided Tour with BSL Interpreter and Lipspeaker
Entry into the State Apartments, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House and St George’s Chapel
Free Windsor Castle Souvenir Guide
Free St George’s Chapel Guide

Information on how to get to Windsor Castle and where the tours start from will be sent out with the tickets before the event.

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2 responses

7 03 2008
Melody

Hey sorry, this comment is not relevant to the post.

Came over from your comment on my blog – and I am so impressed and edified by you & what you’re doing! Kudos to you on being so proactive.

I’m going to keep in touch!

God bless!

9 03 2008
lette

dangnabbit, the uk and everywhere else for that matter is so up to date with stuff like this, were still in the dark ages here with regards to these serveses!! 😦 awww I wanna go! 🙂

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