St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle is perhaps the most impressive part of the entire complex at Windsor. The present chapel was begun by King Edward IV in 1475, and it’s the spiritual home of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. It was Edward’s wish to begin a Yorkist mausoleum there and it began with the burials of his children George and Mary. Over the years, more royals were buried with Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret being the last so far in 2002.
A visit to St. George’s Chapel is included in your ticket if you visit Windsor Castle. Below are some of the royal monuments that can be found inside the chapel. The monument for Princess Charlotte is especially touching.
King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville
The tomb of Henry VI is included in the image but is located near King Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark. To the left of this is a plaque remembering Princess Louise of Saxe-Weimar, a niece of Queen Adelaide who died at Windsor Castle (not pictured)