The rarified airs of Eton College are opening their doors to the mere ordinary folk this summer for a series of tours.
They started summer tours in 2017, so this is still a fairly new tradition for the ancient bastion of traditions.
The tours take in the main courtyard, the history of the college, a number of important rooms and dining rooms, lots of old graffiti left by former pupils, and a number of chapels.
Photography is allowed in about half the rooms, but not in the impressive chapels.
I visited last year – review here.
Tours last around 90 minutes, cost £10.97 and are held every Friday from now through to the end of August.
To book a tour, go here.
They also hold back some tickets for sale on the day if you fancy taking the risk of turning up.
As you’re in Eton, then it’s worth making a day trip of it and visit Windsor Castle as well, and you fancy the “full package”, book a tour of Eton College in August, as that’s also when Windsor Castle lets people climb to the top of the Round Tower.