Jubilee Statue - Windsor Great Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour panorama showing the Jubilee Statue near the southern end of Queen Anne Ride in Windsor Great Park. Image taken late one afternoon in mid April 2011.
Jubilee Statue - Windsor Great Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Jubilee Statue - Windsor Great Park - Windsor visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Jubilee Statue - Windsor Great Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Berkshire.
The Jubilee Statue is a one-and-a-half life sized equestrian statue of Queen Elizabeth II and stands at the highest point of Queen Anne Ride in Windsor Great Park. It was unveiled by Queen, accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh, in 2003 in celebration of the Silver Jubilee and was the first public statue of Her Majesty to be unveiled by Her in the United Kingdom.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Car: There is a car park at Cranbourne Gate, about 3 miles south of Windsor.
Bus: Windsor Great Park, Rangers Lodge (1)
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.