Dragon Slayer tickets are entirely separate to our daytime tickets and can only be booked online, in advance.
Dragon Slayer is an immersive, live, theatrical experience including light projection, pyrotechnics and loud music. Whilst the event is family friendly, the nature of the show may not be suitable for young children or anyone of a nervous disposition.
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. Whilst this event is family friendly it does contain pyrotechnics and loud music and therefore may not be suitable for young children.
Each child over 3 requires a ticket to be purchased. Under 3s may attend without a ticket and are required to sit on an adult’s lap.
No, Under 3s may attend without a ticket and are required to sit on an adult’s lap. IF YOU WISH FOR THEM TO HAVE A SEAT YOU MUST PURCHASE A TICKET.
No, unfortunately 2 for 1 vouchers are only valid for daytime tickets.
Yes, Merlin Annual Pass Holders and Warwick Annual Pass Holders can get a 20% discount using code DSPASS. please bring your Annual Pass with you as proof of ID, if you fail to present this you will not be permitted entry to the show.
You can book additional tickets for friends and family at the full price.
Knights Village guests will receive 20% off Dragon Slayer tickets, upon booking a short break.
No, Tickets will only be available in advance
You will receive a confirmation email from SEETickets with your tickets attached. On arrival your barcode will be scanned (from either your phone or paper copy). We recommend saving the tickets to your phone if using your phone for entry.
Please check your junk folder first. If your tickets are not there, please complete this form and SEETickets will be in touch: https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice
This ticket is not refundable, and cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
Please park in our Stratford Road Car Park (CV34 6AH) which is £3 per vehicle for evening parking or £6 for all day parking including the evening event. Payment is via the pay point at the castle entrance/exit or via the Warwick castle app. Platinum and gold Annual Pass holders receive free parking.
The Stables Car Park will be closed for this event.
Access to the event will be via the main Warwick Castle entrance
No, bringing your own food and drink is not permitted during Dragon Slayer. There will be a selection of street food catering units available as well as bars for you to purchase refreshments during the evening. If booking our Show & Banquet ticket this includes a three course dinner prior to the show.
Yes, there is a designated row for wheelchair guests and their companion. Please select the book now option via our Dragon Slayer webpage and select your Accessible Ticket on Row R. Your accessible ticket will automatically add one companion ticket to your basket.
If you require a carer ticket, You are welcome to book a seat in Row R which is our accessible seating area. This seat will automatically add a carer (companion) ticket to your basket. On the night, you must provide proof of disability (this can be a DLA or PIP letter, or letter of diagnosis from your GP.)
If you have any accessibility questions relating to Dragon Slayer please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No, the arena is fully seated, and you can choose your seating position when booking your tickets.
In line with recent lifting of restrictions we have designed the capacity of this event to ensure a safe experience for all guests.
No this is an outdoor event, as such please come prepared for the great British weather. As this is a seated event we kindly ask that Umbrellas are not used.
No – as this is a seated event, we are not able to accommodate pushchairs within the show arena.
We are a cashless attraction and only accept card payments
We will have a wide range of food options available, please speak to the individual food traders at the event to make them aware of your dietary requirements.
For those booking a Show & banquet ticket, your dietary requirements will be discussed with you in advance.
No, The castle will close at 5pm.
Gates open at 6.15pm, allowing time to purchase food and drink before the show starts at 8.15pm. The show has a scheduled interval at 9pm and will end at 10pm.
For the enjoyment of all we are a smoke-free venue
Yes, we kindly ask that as the castle closes to daytime guests (5pm) you make your way to the exit. Here a member of the team will scan your evening tickets. And you will soon be able to access the dining areas. Other areas will be closed.