Scone making at Windsor Guildhall

Groups of between 20 and 50 people can now book scone making workshops at the Guildhall in Windsor.

The foodie experiences take place in the Chamber Room and are hosted by local bakers Limes Bakery.

Sessions will teach group members how to make the perfect scone. Plus they will offer an insight into the history of the cream tea tradition and include cream tasting.

The hour-long experiences will end with a cream tea, including scones, jam, clotted cream, and tea.

More about the Guildhall

The Windsor Guildhall is the town hall of Windsor, and home to the Windsor and Royal Borough Museum.

Visitors to the museum can learn about the town that grew up outside the walls of Windsor Castle; it features stories from the last 1,000 years.

The museum staff take guided tours around the upper floor, showing visitors the rooms where Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were married.

Overall though, the museum showcases the ordinary people who have lived in Windsor; photos of the town are on display, alongside artefacts from the past.

Stop at Windsor Castle

The Guildhall is situated about 100 metres from Castle Hill, which leads to the main public entrance to Windsor Castle – so groups could follow a scone making class with a trip to the castle.

Windsor Castle itself offers a great destination for those who’d like to make a full day out in the area – its royal connections make for an interesting visit, especially for those who take an interest in the British monarchy.

And groups with a literary interest might like to coincide a visit with a newly opened William Shakespeare exhibition.

The castle is commemorating the 400th anniversary of playwright Shakespeare’s death with a new exhibition and a tour exclusively for groups.

GTOs can find out more here.

Booking a scone making class

For more information about booking a scone making class, e-mail

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