Upcoming Events: Windsor & Ice Skating @ Tower of London!

The famous Windsor Castle -- photo by Josep Renalias via Wikimedia Commons

The Windsor Castle trip is now open for sign-ups!  It leaves Faraday House at 9am next Friday, 25th November. It’s a great chance to have a tour of this fabulous Royal residence!

With last April’s Royal Wedding, our Royal family very much hit the headlines this year! We know you will appreciate this opportunity to visit this castle, which has been occupied for 900 years, making it the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world! Our current Queen spent much of her childhood here. St George’s chapel at Windsor Castle is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Britain, and is the final resting place for many of the great names in British monarchy.

Sign up today for our last Friday field trip of the semester!

Ice-Skating at the Tower of London is also now open for sign-ups!  We’ll meet outside the Dominion Theatre at Tottenham Court Road at 3pm on Sunday 27th November. This is a special treat for Thanksgiving so we will not be charging you for the tickets, but you must sign up in the Student Life office. Please note that you must be on the list to come – tickets had to be purchased in advance so if you just show up on the day it will be nice to see you but we won’t have a spare ticket for you.

What better way to ring in the frosty weather we’re having than by skating ’round one of London’s finest icons!


About Peter Bjork

Web-guy for the Syracuse University London Program
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