How To Get Here
The Theatre Royal is 25 miles West of London with Heathrow Airport just 15 minutes away. The whole of the Royal Borough is easily accessible via the major motorway networks of the M3, M4, M25 and M40, and is well served by public transport.
M4 - exit junction 6/ A355/ A332
M3 - exit junction 3 (Bagshot)/ A322/ A332
M25 - exit junction 13 (Egham)/ A308
M40 - exit junction 2 (Beaconsfield)/ A355/ A332
The cheapest daytime car parks at Romney Lock (offering a free park and ride service to the town centre that stops outside the Theatre), King Edward VII Car Park - up to 4 hours £2.50 Between 7pm - Midnight £1.50. Alma Road Car park - up to 4 hours - £3 Between 7pm - Midnight £1.50.
The Theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk. Follow the parking signs as you enter the town.The River Street car park, just 100 yards from the Theatre, is the most convenient for evening parking and costs for up to 4 hours - £7 Between 7pm and midnight £2.50.
First Beeline operates services throughout the Royal Borough and to surrounding districts. Details are available on 01753 524144.
The Greenline Bus Company has a regular service from London Victoria to Windsor. Times and fares information can be obtained on 0870 608 7261.
Windsor is served by two railway stations which are just a short walk from the Theatre. Thames Trains operates services from London Paddington and Reading to Windsor and Eton Central with a change at Slough and South West Trains operates direct services from London Waterloo via Richmond to Windsor and Eton Riverside. For train times and fares information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
The taxi rank is located outside Windsor Castle on the High Street. Numerous companies operate radio cab services in the area and numbers are published in Yellow Pages. Wheelchair users can contact the Hackney Carriage Rank on 01753 862020.