Warwick Castle dates back to 914. The Medieval Fortress is one of the finest and most well-preserved castles in the UK. Enjoy the elegant 17th Century Great Hall and State Rooms, walk through the beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown gardens and climb to the top of the tower and ramparts for stunning views of the English countryside.
There is plenty to see and do at Warwick Castle including:
The Horrible Histories Maze – choose your path through time to unravel history! Face fun challenges: invade the vicious vikings, survive the trenches, uncover evil plots and escape the maze before things go horribly wrong!
The Time Tower – enter the Time Tower and witness the birth of the Castle, which once controlled the middle of England for over a thousand years.
The Princess Tower – once upon a time the brave Guy of Warwick went on a fearful quest to win the hand of the beautiful Felice. After falling foul of an evil sorcerer, it is now up to Felice to break the curse to free her sweetheart. Join the princess to help to solve the riddle which will reunite Guy and Felice to live happily ever after.
There is also the towers and ramparts that have been carefully restored, the Great Hall and staterooms, and 64 acres of rolling landscaped gardens to be explored too.
During the summer months a series of live re-enactments bring the castle to life.
The Explorer Pass allows daytime entry to the Castle and does not include any paid secondary attractions (such as the Castle Dungeon) or evening events.
Warwick Castle opens at 10am. Closing times vary by season – please check the Warwick Castle website for details.
Adult Pass from £39
Child Pass from £25