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Warwick Castle: Entrance Ticket

1. Warwick Castle: Entrance Ticket

Experience 1,100 years of Great British history in one of England's finest medieval fortresses. Spectacular shows and attractions, spellbinding storytelling and exhilarating experiences all year-round. Pledge your allegiance in an epic battle for the English throne and feast your eyes and ears on the giddying ferocity of War of the Roses live, search the skies overhead as free flying Birds of Prey thumping, live action show (on selected dates from May to September). Open 364 days a year, Warwick Castle is ideally located in the heart of the country, and just off Junction 15 of the M40. At around 30 minutes from Birmingham and just over 80 minutes from London, it’s closer than you think.

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5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

A great day out , With plenty for the kids to do Climb the towers and have a pic with a jouster on his horse There`s even tours round the castle and falconry shows And don't forget the dungeon And also learn about how the castle history Plenty of places to eat/drink as well

The exhibits were displayed very well. It was good to see different eras. Enjoyed the Weekend Party. The King maker waxworks were very lifelike and I felt that they were watching me and following me around the rooms. Overall a good experience

Fajny zamek zachowany w całości można było zobaczyć duży kawałek historii , dużo eksponatów i dekoracji

Great discount on the entrance price and map sent of grounds and location. Would recommend to others.

a great stop on our way from London to Liverpool. the kids (8,13) didn't want to leave.