Warwick Castle

Address: Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4QU
Information Line (recorded): 0870 442 2000
Opening Hours: Current opening times.
Tickets: Buy tickets online.

Warwick Castle is a historic castle dating back to the 11th century in Warwick in Warwickshire.

Part of the castle interiors have been used to recreate scenes from a late 19th century Royal Weekend party created using waxwork models set in the period room settings. Other interior areas of the castle include the state rooms and Great Hall all featuring period decoration and furniture with paintings, suits of armour and weapons on display. The castle also has 64 acres of landscaped gardens set around the river Avon and including a Victorian rose garden and peacock garden with conservatory.

Other things to see include the World’s largest trebuchet, the Princess Tower with show, a Ramparts walk and the water mill with engine house. Optional extra attractions are The Castle Dungeon and “Merlin: The Dragon Tower”. The Castle Dungeon is populated with actors bringing gruesome tales from the castle’s history to life with the aid of special effects. Merlin: The Dragon Tower is a walk-through interactive experience themed on the popular TV show. There is also the Pageant playground outdoor play area for children. Seasonal events include falconry displays, jousting, Trebuchet firing, fighting knights, archery displays, minstrels and jesters.

  • Car parking (charge).
  • Shops selling souvenirs and gifts.
  • Coach House Family Restaurant serves meals.
  • The Undercroft carvery restaurant serves meals.
  • Seasonal additional outside food and drink stands.

Opening Times:

  • Daily from 10am
  • Please check website for closing hours as times vary.

Ticket Prices:

  • Adult – £28.00
  • Child – £25.00
  • Senior – £25.00

Prices and opening hours correct as at July 2017.

 


Before you start your journey to Warwick Castle for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

Comments are closed.