St. George’s Chapel is on the grounds of Windsor Castle, but for the modern royal fan, it’s worth extra attention during a visit. This is where, famously, Prince Harry wedded Meghan Markle earlier this year, drawing a viewing audience of almost 30 million people.
You can’t sit in the chapel's seats, but the pews are up for grabs, providing a good vantage point from which to imagine what it might have been like to be a guest at the nuptials. You can also spot the place where that now-famous photograph of Markle waving next to her mother, Doria Ragland, was taken.
Even if you don't have Harry-Meghan wedding fever, this chapel is worth exploring. Sights include a small cave-like room, guarded by a gate, where the Queen’s parents are buried. And the spectacular Gothic architecture is an attraction in and of itself.