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Immerse yourself as over 1100 years of History come to life!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Further to recent updates from the Government on the response to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the very difficult decision to close Warwick Castle from Saturday 21st March until further notice as a precautionary measure. While we always look forward to welcoming visitors, we believe that this decision is the right thing to protect the health and wellbeing of our employees and guests.

For more information click here

There's something for everyone at Warwick Castle...

Whether you're roaming the walls of the Towers & Ramparts and escaping the 21st century.

Or unearthing the hidden treasures of the castle's rich history.

Perhaps you're looking to discover and be amazed by the unexpected?

There's something for everyone at Warwick Castle!

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Horrible Histories Maze

Choose your path through time to unravel history in the world’s first Horrible Histories adventure maze!

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Zog - Coming Easter 2020

The BRAND NEW trail for Easter 2020 will teach all budding Dragons in training the skills they need to become a fully fledged Dragon.

While Zog may have struggled to master the essential dragon arts of flying, roaring and breathing fire, he’ll apply his new skills to help children with five tasks that mirror his own lessons. From soaring over the top of the Castle mound without actually leaving the ground, to testing out the Roar-o-meter at Bear Tower and helping kids to capture a princess, children will collect a stamp at every task. After joining in with Sir Gadabout’s school for ambitious knights as a final challenge, Zog will be there for a meet-and-greet to hand out golden stars and pose for a souvenir storybook photo with every child.

Zog © 2010 Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler. Licensed by Magic Light Pictures Ltd.

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Great Hall & State Rooms

Behind Warwick Castle’s mighty walls, lies the real heart of the Castle with the beautiful grand interiors. Marvel at the magnificent Great Hall, explore the lavish state rooms whilst also experiencing the tranquillity inside the Earl’s private Chapel.

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Castle Exteriors

With over 64 acres of land to walk around, we have lots to discover at the castle in our spectacular exteriors!

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The Mighty Trebuchet

This is the largest siege machine IN THE WORLD! The colossal catapult is an authentic recreation of one of the biggest and most deadly military machines of all time.

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Royal Weekend Party

Ever wondered what a weekend spent in Victorian high society would be like? Join the Countess of Warwick and her esteemed guests for one of her lavish weekend parties.

In 1898, Daisy organised a weekend party at which the principal guest was the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. The party was also attended by a number of important and influential figures in British history including a young Winston Churchill, Lord Curzon, Field Marshall Lord Roberts, and many others from high society. The weekend parties would usually involve dancing, dining, hunting, and gossiping, and Daisy thrived in her role as a hostess.

Throughout the exquisitely designed rooms that were the former private apartments, wax figures of the principal attendees stand alongside authentic furniture and furnishings to help bring to life the excitement and scandal that swept through this weekend party.

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Kingmaker

In the run-up to Easter Sunday 1471 Warwick’s army were busy preparing for battle. Preparations were undertaken by many including the blacksmith, stonemason, treasurer, seamstress, cobbler, and, of course, the bowmen and soldiers. The Kingmaker attraction will take you on a journey through these preparations by immersing you in the sights, sounds and smells of medieval England.

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Time Tower

The health and safety of our guests and team is our top priority and further to the Government’s updated advice on Covid-19 coronavirus, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Warwick Castle Time Tower as a precautionary measure.

The closure, which is effective 18 March, is due to the operational nature of the attraction and is consistent with guidance on social distancing in relation to Covid-19 coronavirus.

Moving forward, we will remain in contact with the relevant authorities on when we can re-open.

For more information, please visit here.

Enter the Time Tower & witness the birth of Warwick Castle, which once controlled the middle of England for over a thousand years. These ages have now passed along with their stories...until now.

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The Princess Tower

The health and safety of our guests and team is our top priority and further to the Government’s updated advice on Covid-19 coronavirus, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Warwick Castle Princess Tower as a precautionary measure.

The closure, which is effective 18 March, is due to the operational nature of the attraction and is consistent with guidance on social distancing in relation to Covid-19 coronavirus.

Moving forward, we will remain in contact with the relevant authorities on when we can re-open.

For more information, please visit here.

Do you know someone who dreams of being a Princess? In our Princess Tower, wishes really can come true… if only for a while. 

 

Photo credit: Lewis Copson

Castle Dungeon

The Castle Dungeon

The health and safety of our guests and team is our top priority and further to the Government’s updated advice on Covid-19 coronavirus, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Warwick Castle Dungeon as a precautionary measure.

The closure, which is effective 18 March, is due to the operational nature of the attraction and is consistent with guidance on social distancing in relation to Covid-19 coronavirus.

Moving forward, we will remain in contact with the relevant authorities on when we can re-open.

For more information, please visit here.

 

Are you brave enough to enter The Castle Dungeon? Witness some of the darkest, bloodiest and most frightening times in Warwick Castle’s history as live actors and special effects bring to life these gruesome tales.

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Latest information for guests regarding Covid-19

Further to recent updates from the Government on the response to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the very difficult decision to close Warwick Castle and Knight’s Village as a precautionary measure from Friday 20th March at 4pm, until further notice. While we always look forward to welcoming visitors, we believe that this decision is the right thing to protect the health and wellbeing of our employees and guests.

If you have pre-booked a short break or Warwick Castle tickets, please do not travel.

Warwick Castle will remain closed until further notice. We are in contact with the relevant authorities and will work to reopen the attraction to guests as soon as it’s appropriate to do so. We will be contacting guests with bookings to stay at Knight’s Village between today (19th March 2020) and 25th April to advise them on how to rearrange or cancel their bookings.

Please click here to find out how your booking is affected and who to contact if you need further assistance.