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Alexandra Gardens in Windsor

Alexandra Gardens in Windsor is a beautiful green open space in Windsor which sits next to the River Thames. Alexandra Gardens is also in walking distance of the town centre.

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What is at Alexandra Gardens? 

Alexandra Gardens has a number of benches dotted around and is a lovely place for picnics. 

You will find the bandstand in the gardens and if you walk through the gardens towards the town not only will you see Windsor Castle up ahead, if you cross the road you will find The Royal Windsor Maze (a small brick maze) at The Goswells as well as the Dimond Jubilee Fountain.

Bandstand at Alexandra Gardens Windsor
Dimond Jubilee Fountain Windsor

At the other end of Alexandra Gardens is Extreme Motion which has a Mini Golf Course, cycle hire, bungee trampolining and some small rides for younger children. 

Mini Golf Extreme Motion Windsor
Bike Hire Windsor

If you head to the river you can do a lovely walk between Bath Islands and Windsor Bridge

Where can we park? 

There is a car park next to Alexandra Gardens, which can be found here Alma Road Windsor SL4 3HY. 

If you looking for other things to do in Windsor why not visit The Home Park Play Area or go for a walk to The Copper Horse?

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