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Royal Windsor Horse Show welcomes disabled visitors and we make every effort to accommodate their needs. However the Show takes place in the private grounds of Windsor Castle, which is a greenfield site, so please be aware that some surfaces are uneven. There are five different arenas at Royal Windsor so visitors should also expect to travel some distances during their visit.
More information about tickets for Disabled Visitors will appear here if we are able to go on-sale for the 2021 event.
In usual times, the Castle Arena has a number of wheelchair platforms and accessible seating areas. Some of these are available to reserve, and others are unreserved. Wheelchair platforms and accessible seating are also available for both general entry tickets and Windsor Enclosure tickets. The Royal Windsor Horse Show Club and lawn are wheelchair accessible. The other arenas – Copper Horse, Frogmore and Adelaide – all have ringside viewing suitable for wheelchairs as well as some limited seating.
We will confirm what we are able to offer Disabled Visitors when we announce 2021 ticket types.
All disabled tickets include free access for a personal assistant.
Disabled parking is available to Blue Badge holders only and must be booked in advance through the Box Office. The number for the Box Office will be released when we go on sale for the 2021 Show.
Should we be permitted to admit visitors, we will be providing scooters and wheelchairs available to hire from People to Places.
These can be booked in advance at the same time the Box Office opens by emailing email@example.com.
Disabled toilets are situated around the Showground.
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