Join us for a guided tour of our beautiful 17th century building, which was historically home to Rangers of Windsor Great Park, including Prince Christian and Princess Helena, daughter of Queen Victoria.
Since 1947, Cumberland Lodge has been home to our educational foundation, thanks to the support of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, and the continuing support of our Patron, Her Majesty the Queen.
During your visit you will learn more about our charitable work with students, young people and others who share our ethos of building more open, peaceful, and inclusive societies.
Tours will run between 11am and 3pm, lasting approximately one hour, and will be led by our Cumberland Lodge Fellows – the university students who join our two-year Fellowship scheme.
Afterwards, you can enjoy a ‘boutique afternoon tea’ and there will be a chance to buy merchandise and to join the Friends of Cumberland Lodge scheme.
Tickets are priced at £20 and include the tour and the boutique afternoon tea plate. Tours will last approximately one hour and are suitable for children over the age of 12.
Our 'boutique afternoon tea' plate includes:
Cucumber and mint finger sandwich
Egg mayonnaise brioche bridge roll
Peach and fig cake
Strawberry and mascarpone tart
Scone with jam and clotted cream
Free parking is available on site.
Cumberland Lodge provides a range of opportunities for young people and students of all ages, to nurture their potential as the ethically minded thought leaders of the future. These include our fellowships for PhD students, and conferences and retreats for international students from all over the world.
To support our charitable work, our stunning facilities are also available to hire for residential conferences, meetings, and special events. The Lodge has also been used as a location for filming, including The King’s Speech and The Electrical Life of Louis Wain.