The geology of Windsor Castle Park describes what the earth in the park is made of and how it came to be here. This story reaches back many, many years. It reveals how outside forces have played a major role in shaping what is found in the ground of the park. Come and see what digging in the earth has revealed about this place. Use the buttons below to learn about the park’s geology.
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