Windsor & Eton in 50 Buildings
Series: In 50 Buildings
15th November 2019
Today, millions of tourists from around the world are drawn to Windsor by its magnificent castle, dating from the eleventh century, and its wealth of royal history. Although the castle is at the heart of the town, this book reveals there are many more notable architectural gems – both ancient and modern – to be discovered there. For the visitors who come to Windsor, many will venture across its nineteenth-century bridge to explore its smaller neighbouring town of Eton, famous for its college, on the opposite side of the River Thames.
In Windsor & Eton in 50 Buildings, authors Paul Rabbitts and Rob Ickinger takes readers on an engaging tour to discover fifty buildings and landmarks that capture the immense heritage of the towns, and to show how they have developed across the centuries. Among the places featured are Windsor’s Guildhall and the charming seventeenth-century Crooked House.