Visit Battersea Old Windsor

Our Old Windsor centre has been open since 1979. It operates in exactly the same way as the flagship London centre but on a slightly smaller scale.

IMPORTANT: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Battersea’s centres are closed to the public until further notice.

Battersea is taking the threat posed by COVID-19 extremely seriously and working hard to ensure we are able to continue to provide essential care for all the dogs and cats at our centres.

Our centres remain closed to the public but we’re pleased to say we are now in a position to rehome our dogs and cats following Government approved guidelines, and will be prioritising existing applications, to try and match as many of our animals as we can with new owners.

Customers who wish to rehome a dog or cat are advised to fill out an online rehoming application.

Battersea relies upon donations to raise the vital funds needed to keep our centres running, and now, more than ever, we need the continued support of the public to ensure we can continue to be here for every dog and cat. If you can help, please make a donation.

Opening times

Opening times 
General admissionDaily 10.30am - 4pm (last admission)
(On Thursdays we open at the later time of 1pm)
Rehoming enquiriesDaily 10.30am - 4pm
(On Thursdays we open at the later time of 1pm)
Claiming a lost petDaily 9am - 4.30pm
Gift shopDaily 10.30am - 4pm
(On Thursdays we open at the later time of 1pm)

Admission fees

We are heavily reliant on the generosity of supporters and visitors as we receive no central government funding. Without this, we would not be able to provide the same level of high quality care for the animals we look after.

Admission fees 
Child (3 to 15 years)£1
Child (under 3 years)Free
Group of up to 5 people£7

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

How to get to Battersea Old Windsor

All visitors should go to the main entrance at Priest Hill, Old Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2JN.

Map showing the location and how to access Battersea Old Windsor

Car parking

Free parking is available onsite.

Driving from the M25

  • Leave the M25 at Junction 13 and follow the signs for the A30 to Egham
  • At the first roundabout take the third exit onto the A308, past the Runnymede Hotel
  • Continue along the A308, and at the mini-roundabout turn left, signposted Englefield Green
  • The centre is on your left hand side.

Driving from the M4

  • Coming from the west, leave the M4 at Junction 6 and head south on the A355, Windsor and Eton Relief Road
  • At the Windsor roundabout take the 2nd exit, Goslar Way (A308) following signs to Staines
  • Follow the A308 along Osborne Road, Albert Road and into the Straight Road
  • Carry along the Straight Road and at the first mini roundabout turn right into Priest Hill, A328
  • The entrance to the centre is approximately 400 yards on the left.

Nearest bus route and train station

From Egham train station walk to the Church Road bus stop and catch the number 8 bus to the Priest Hill Kennels stop which is just outside the centre.

Disabled access

Step-free access to the centre is available. For further information please contact us.

Battersea is on your doorstep

We have two other centres - Battersea in London and Brands Hatch in Kent.

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