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Warwick Castle

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Imagine a totally electrifying day out at Britain’s ultimate castle. Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw-dropping history – come rain or shine.Where ancient myths and spell-binding tales set your imagination alight, and your...more
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Castle Lane, Warwick CV34 4QU, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited during our weekend stay at Knights Village. Not buggy friendly and a bad place to be if it rains...not enough shelter for families with children in buggys. The Dungeons and the Horrible History Maze were the best part of the visit. Don't waste your...More

Thank Donna P
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Buying tickets online even the day before saves quite a bit so do it. Spent a half day here and really enjoyed the presentations, staff very knowledgeable. Birds of prey was fabulous. I skipped the tours and did time tower, a great way to learn...More

Thank Nadine B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Ticket prices for this attraction are extrotionate, esp if you are visiting with children. Book tickets ahead or buy them on ebay, it will save you a fortune. Also plan your parking ahead, official merlin car parks are £10 (nearby) or £6 (further away). Its...More

Thank sabinna15
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Have been many times and would go again. The dungeon experience is great but not for small children Excellent birds of prey show Food is expensive..take a packed lunch The rooms in the castle and it's history is very informative and a must visit. Lovely...More

Thank Alison S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We went to the evening event of the dragon Slayer for the first time, unfortunately it was a very wet night and chilly too. However we were determined to have a great time. We bought the bronze package which was perfect for what we needed....More

Thank natza87
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I could not fault this place at all! We used a sun "free" ticket to go so cost wasn't an issue although the full price admission did seem a little costly. It was such a super place we spent a full day here looking round...More

Thank Sophie b
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

According to English Heritage, of which I am a member, my membership should have allowed FREE admission to Warwick Castle. However, upon arrival, I discovered that I was only entitled to a 50% reduction in the adult admission price of £27. Very expensive when you...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

We traveled to England from the States and were looking for a castle to tour with our children. This was the perfect place! Our kids ages 8 & 10 loved this castle and we went back for a second day! I highly recommend staying a...More

Thank Sandi H
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Visited in very wet weather, was fine as came prepared. We booked tickets via Tesco Clubcard. I don’t think we would’ve paid £50 ish for 2 adult tickets; only spent 3 hours here, but that was partly due to the weather. Was nice and would...More

Thank CocoChanelMel
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Yes it’s expensive, but someone has to pay for the maintenance of this beautiful old castle. We thoroughly enjoyed the castle, the grounds and the added free attractions such as the display of birds of prey flying around the grounds. Well worth the visit!

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RICHIEGIBBOY
17 September 2018|
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Response from John W | Reviewed this property |
Whilst I don't remember the name of the car park it's the first sign on your right as you approach Warwick town centre from the motorway junction...right opposite the Castle Inn pub on your left...a great pub for some food... More
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Maria Y
27 August 2018|
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Response from YorkshirePud_7 | Reviewed this property |
It's many years since considered properties for pram access - so trying to recall what noticed in December. I think that with a small/medium 'buggy' type pram you could access a lot of the site. You would definitely not be... More
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kellyfletch
23 August 2018|
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Response from Margi F | Reviewed this property |
It would depend on the pram and what you wanted to see. I would say most of the grounds of property is accessable - the Trebuchet and jousting take place on an island which is reached by a firm gravel path and a very sturdy... More
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