The world’s most famous royal castle is once again the centrepiece for a spectacular winter wonderland.
Windsor Castle in Berkshire is adorned with lights, garlands and laurels for the festive season.
Thanks to kind permission for The Queen, some of the castle’s most recognizable landmarks have been transformed into Christmas wonders.
Standing over 50ft high, Garter Tower is illuminated with images inspired by the stained-glass architecture and motifs from St George’s Chapel dating back to the 15th century.
The images, which also include some frosty-looking snowmen, were created by talented local schoolchildren who can now see their works of art emblazoned on the front of the castle.
An enormous christmas tree also stands near the turret of the castle, with white lights shining over golden baubels.
A fun-filled image of a snowman carrying presents and surrounding by a charming green glade is one of the more light-hearted Christmas motifs projected on to 50ft high Garter Tower
The Christmas tree outside Windsor Castle is sure to get everyone in the festive spirit, lit up with fairy lights and gold baubles in a classic display
The garter tower at Windsor Castle is the scene of spectacular projectiles, using artwork created by talented local schoolchildren inspired by stained glass windows in St George’s Chapel. This stunning motif of St George’s Flag is one of them.
Standing over 50ft high, Garter Tower is illuminated with images of the stained glass architecture and motifs from St George’s Chapel dating back to the 15th century
The world’s most recognised castle once again provides the backdrop for Windsor’s daily spectacular creative projections with the kind permission of Her Majesty The Queen
Another delightful picture of a snowman wearing a hat and red cardigan created by local schoolchildren is centrepiece on the Garter Tower