Booking for the 2024 Heritage Tours will open on 24 March 2024.
Tours will run from May to September.
Tours take place on Friday afternoons at 2pm and 4pm, for a duration of 90 minutes each. The tour covers School Yard, College Chapel, Upper School, Lower School, and the Museum of Eton Life. When available, a special viewing of a special exhibition is also included.
In addition to the heritage tours, our three museums and special exhibitions are open to the public on Sunday afternoons.
Book a tour
To book onto a heritage tour, please click here.
Individuals and small groups are welcome on these scheduled tours. We regret that we are unable to accommodate any groups of more than six people.
Admission: £10 per person (plus booking fee). Under 12s* in family groups are free of charge. Half price for RBWM yellow advantage card holders, with presentation of valid card on arrival.
* The content and pace of the tour is aimed at children aged 7+ and adults, and will not be suitable for younger children. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and are the responsibility of their parent/carer for the duration of the tour.
Please note before your visit
Security searches will be in operation before tours begin. No visitor with a large bag can be admitted. Please note that in this historic environment there are steps, uneven walkways and narrow passages, and see our additional information on accessibility before you book. Please also note that we are a working school and tours route may sometimes be subject to change.
At present, visitors are not required to provide a negative test before attending the heritage tours, however if you are feeling unwell and/or have any COVID symptoms, please stay home. Visitors may wear face masks and we will have some spare masks available at the start of the tour. We encourage the use of hand sanitiser and this will be available at various points on the route of the tour.
For further information or to request assistance, please contact us.
Historical and unique experienceVisitor
Nearly 1000 visitors had guided access to Eton’s historic spaces in 2019.