The Royal County of Berkshire is located west of London and is home to Windsor Castle. The county is believed to be one of the oldest in England, dating to back to the 9th century and is reputed to take its name from a large forest of box trees. There are a wide range of visitor attractions in Berkshire, including the famous Ascot Racecourse and Windsor Castle. King Henry I of England is buried at Reading Abbey and one of the original nine English independent schools, Eton College can also be found in Berkshire. More recent additions to the tourist map of Berkshire include Legoland Windsor.