Buses in Windsor

The most economical method of public transport is the bus, it also offers a more interesting and scenic journey. Bus fares are variable but if you ensure you travel outside of rush hour and peak travel times the fares will be reasonable.

The coach from London to Windsor leaves from The Greenline coach station, located behind the London Victoria Train Station. There are various stops and boarding points on the journey including Hyde Park Corner, Kensington High Street and Olympia. The bus stops outside Windsor Castle, however the last stop is not Windsor so make sure you’re paying attention!

Please see http://www.rainbowfares.com/maps/index.htm for more information.

First Bus Service (route 77) runs between Heathrow Central Bus Station and Windsor.

Monday – Saturday the service runs twice hourly until late, on Sundays the service runs once an hour. The journey takes around 40 minutes.

The bus station is located directly above the Underground station at Heathrow Central.

For more information regarding tickets, timetables and price guides please go here.

A bus service runs from Windsor to Legoland during the park’s opening hours. The bus operates every 30 minutes and leaves from The High Street opposite the Parish Church and from opposite the Theatre Royal.

Buses to local towns are operated by Beeline buses. Telephone: 01753 524144 or contact the Royal Windsor Information Centre.

Long distance coaches travel from London Victoria and Heathrow Airport to most major UK cities. For details and booking, contact the Royal Windsor Information Centre.