Thursday 29 September 2022 11:32 AM Windsor Castle reopens to the public after the Queen's death trends now
The palace has been closed since the Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle, in Scotland, on September 8.
People are able to visit the Queen's final resting place and the stone slab inscribed with her name in the George VI Memorial Chapel after the Castle opened its doors at 10am today.
Visitors can see the chapel as part of a ticket to Windsor Castle, which costs £26.50 for adults during the week and £28.50 on Saturdays.
Tickets for children cost £14.50 in the week and £15.50 on Saturday.
Windsor Castle has reopened for the first time after the Queen's death, meaning the public can visit the final resting place of the great monarch. Pictured: The Union flag over Windsor Castle returned to full mast as the mourning period ended
The ledger stone in the Chapel is made from Belgian black marble and has the Queen's name inscribed in gold lettering, alongside the Queen mother 's, the former King and the Duke of Edinburgh , who died aged 99 in April 2021
Her Majesty was interred alongside her husband, Prince Philip, and her parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Pictured: The stone before the death of Queen Elizabeth II
The pallbearing team of eight Grenadier Guards inched their way up the steps of St George's Chapel in Windsor and were followed by members of the Royal family
The money will go to the Royal Collection Trust (RCT), a charity that looks after the monarchy's art collection and suffered a £30million deficit as a result of the pandemic.
Her Majesty has now been reunited with her beloved husband, loving parents, and dearest sister in the King George VI Memorial