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Frogmore House and Gardens, Windsor

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  • This house and its gardens are only open for 3 days a year, for charity. Situated a few hundred yards down the Long Walk, it was the home to Queen Charlotte, Queen Victoria's mother and Prince George ...  more »
  • Frogmore House & mausoleum is open to the public 3 days a year & it's this week! Each day is for a different charity. Beautiful gardens & house. Up to one week prior to event you can book tickets on-l...  more »
  • We thought the gardens quite magnificent, huge and unusual trees with the Tulip tree being a real show off! Very well kept and easy to walk around. Our guide was full of information and could answer q...  more »
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  • Beautiful gardens, house full of history and charm. Such a shame only open 3 days a year for individuals to visit. Lovely that the Queen allows charities to benefit from the openings. Felt privileged to be able to view.