Although this year, the Queen isabel II will celebrate the Christmas holidays for the first time without her husband the prince Philip of Edinburgh, does not seem to be an impediment for lights, crowns and other decorative elements of the time begin to upholster the walls and corners of Windsor Castle.
As is tradition, the royal residence will open its doors for the public to visit and enjoy the lighting and beautiful wall art that will be exposed until next time January 3, 2022.
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With a video posted on the Instagram account of the Royal Collection Trust part of the assembly process of the imposing Christmas tree dressed in hundreds of twinkling lights and ornaments, which measures 6 meters and adorns the luxury living room St. George´s, where did the prince get married Harry y Meghan Markle.
“This winter lives a Christmas fairy tale in the Castillo de Windsor”, you can read in the description of the Web page from the royal family collection.
Among the Christmas activities that will take place in the castle are night tours exclusive, available throughout December, which offer a experience “behind the ropes” in the state apartments. Led by an expert guide, visitors will discover more about the thousand years of castle history and they will enjoy a glass of champagne.
Meanwhile he Undercroft Café, will offer a festive-themed winter menu.
To complement the experience and for the crowd delight, there is also a special exhibit showing the costumes worn by the queen, back then Princess elizabeth, and his sister, the Princess Margaret when they were teenagers performing in annual pantomimes at the Windsor Castle between 1941-1944.
The costumes are displayed in the Waterloo Chamber, where pantomime images decorate the room walls.