Obelisk Pond - Windsor Great Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour panorama taken from the eastern end of Obelisk Pond in Windsor Great Park. Image taken late in the afternoon in April 2011.
Obelisk Pond - Windsor Great Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Obelisk Pond - Windsor Great Park - Windsor visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Obelisk Pond - Windsor Great Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Berkshire.
Obelisk Pond in Windsor Great Park is named after the Cumberland Obelisk which stands near the northern shores. The pond starts within Savill Gardens, a fee charging attraction within the park. The Cumberland Obelisk was erected by King George II in honour of his son, the Duke of Cumberland. A short distance further south is Valley Garden and Virginia Water.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Car: The nearest car park is at Savill Gardens, about 5 miles south of Windsor near the A30.
Flight: Heathrow Airport, 12 miles east of Windsor.
Road: Windsor is close to junction 6 of the M4, about 30 miles west of central London and 8 miles from the M25.
Train: Windsor & Eton Central Rail Station, Windsor & Eton Riverside Rail Station.