We got there just in time to watch the procession of Her Majesty's royal band marching into the castle for the changing of the guard.
It's in such a beautiful place. At the back of the castle grounds is the town of Windsor, and on the Northwest it faces the countryside with beautiful views and gardens. WIndsor Castle is the longest occupied castle in Europe and currently over 500 people live and/or work there.
We also got the see Queen Mary's doll house. The doll house took up an entire room, and was equipped with actual electricity and running water. It was exactly the kind of thing I dreamed of as a little girl and I can't imagine the hours and hours of joy it must have offered. Also on display were France and Marianne, two dolls that were a gift from the French government to Princess Elizabeth and her sister Margaret Rose. The collection included an extensive wardrobe of clothing and accessories from famous French designers of the time. Those dolls had more clothes and shoes and ribbons than I do.