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Trespass Injunction

Trespassing at Warwick Castle

Merlin Entertainments Group has obtained a High Court injunction in order to deter unauthorised access into any of its attractions.

Following several instances of repeated and reckless trespass at some of its properties, Merlin Entertainments Group was granted an injunction at the High Court of Justice in London on 10 th August 2018.

In respect of its properties within England and Wales, the injunction applies to the three named individuals on the Court Order, together with those who trespassed with them but remain unidentified, as well as any person that may attempt to trespass in the future.

The three named individuals, and those unidentified associates, are also forbidden from entering any of Merlin Entertainments’ properties worldwide without written prior permission.

Merlin Entertainments Group takes matters regarding safety and security extremely seriously and will continue to ensure that robust measures are in place to protect our visitors, employees and properties, in order to deter other individuals and groups from engaging in dangerous or reckless activities of this nature.

Full details of the Court Order, and a list of all the properties to which it applies worldwide, can be found in the supporting documentation set out below.

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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.