Slough is an industrial centre that boasts one of England’s most culturally diverse populations. Located only a short distance from the stunning sights of central London, Slough proves a perfect springboard from which to explore one of the world’s most captivating capitals. Additionally, the town’s prime location in the heart of the verdant and historic county of Windsor means a picturesque plethora of English heritage attractions are a mere stone’s throw away.
Observe a slice of English historic heritage with a visit to one of the country’s most popular and prosperous attractions; Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and boasts the title of the Queen’s official residence. An expansive area is covered by manicured gardens, quaint structures and comprehensive art galleries, providing an immersive and incredible cultural expedition.
Other historic highlights upon the grounds of this royal residence include St. Mary’s Doll House, an intricate and delicately decorated structure in miniature, and St. George’s Chapel, a consecrated space in which glorious gold objects and prismatic stained glass windows create an ethereal atmosphere.
Slough Museum follows the fascinating development of the city of Slough, from provincial place to industrial impetus. Through an interactive and immersive exhibition of over 10,000 objects and photographs, the museum documents important local history and cultural progressions.
Make the most of Slough’s cultural diversity with a visit to Panjab Restaurant, an excellent eatery whose authentic Indian dishes have earned it a fantastic reputation. Fresh, fiery and flavoursome food constitutes the exciting and extensive menu, signature specialities of which include tandoori prawns, succulent chicken tikka, crisp onion bhajis and perfectly griddled spiced lamb. (118 London Road, Langely, Slough, UK)