Warwick Castle Visit|Admission|Warwick Castle Day Trip


Warwick Castle is not just the most visited tourist spot in the UK but also is an excellent place for family days out.

 Don’t miss the great opportunely to join the Warwick Castle tours.

Warwick Castle History:

The castle was built about 1000 years ago by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick Castle located in the heart of Warwickshire on the edge of the River Avon. The Castle is a dazzling medieval fortress. 

Much more interesting,  this Castle is a historical and well-maintained castle and is not a ruin. The Castle managed by the same company that runs Madame Tussauds and Legoland.

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Warwick Castle Facts:

Explore the 60 acres of landscaped grounds and gardens. The tours include the beautiful Peacock Garden and Conservatory, the Victorian Rose Garden and Pageant Field. Throughout the year there is a fantastic program of events including birds of prey, jousting and the world’s most massive trebuchet in action.
Climb the bulwarks or meander around the notable town focus. Get the UK’s greatest shows at the NEC. Get your beats hustling at close-by Silverstone and the Heritage Motor Centre.

Furthermore, The Castle is an iconic and well-known GREAT BRITAIN attraction with a spectacular history. The Castle was a witness of many bloody fights and battles in the history of England.

Check out the Dungeon which is the most frightening part of the Castle. Enjoy understanding the historical past of the Guard’s Room, Bear Tower and the Watergate Tower.

Visit Warwick Castle with Friends and Family:

If you are planning to visit a medieval castle with your family undoubtedly,  this is one of the best spots for you.


Without a double, the Mock fights and archery and sword fighting events demos and demonstrations of middle ages can give your kids an enjoyable day.

The lawns and space to seat with friends or family are available for everyone. In case, you might like to have a picnic with your friends and family. Everyone should be able to find their own space, even on the busy day to have a picnic with loved ones on a beautiful day.

Warwick Castle Day Trip- Cheap Warwick Castle Tickets

Discover and excess the 1,000 years history of the Castle on one of our awesome tour. Have the opportunity to visit Warwick Castle’s State Rooms, Great Hall. Experience the Kingmaker, a test of the 15th-century battles. 

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Besides, direct tickets are available upon arrival. However, in some seasons that not a good idea as you might experience the disappointments.

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Warwick Castle Dungeon:

The Castle Dungeon may not be suitable for everybody. The Castle Dungeon is optionally available as an extra attraction within the Warwick Castle.

The  Dungeon part included on some tickets but not on all. Ticket for visiting the Dungeon is subject to availability. However, In the case of changing your mind when you are inside the Castle, you can buy some limited numbers of tickets that are available to purchase from the Ticket Tent.

How to go to Warwick Castle from London?

You can travel by own transport. However, the car parks are not free. The car parks near the castle are more expensive. But there are some other parking available which are about 10 minutes walking from the castle. For driving toward the castle type the postcode of the Warwick Castle in your google map or other GPS. 

Warwick Castle Postcode:

Warwick Castle postcode (Zip Code) is CV34 4QU

London to Warwick by Train:

To get the train from London to Warwick Castle you need to go to Marylebone Station. Besides, you also can take a train from major train stations such as Kings Cross or Paddington. Alternatively, take a bus from Victoria Coach Station which is near Victoria underground station. The journey takes 70 to 90 minutes.

Furthermore,  all Attractions, shows and exhibits operating and schedules are subject to change without further notice. Throughout the poor weather, ramparts and the High Towers might be closed because of the safety factors.

The Warwick Castle Opening Hours: 

Monday10am – 5pm
Tuesday10am – 5pm
Wednesday10am – 5pm
Thursday10am – 5pm
Friday10am – 5pm
Saturday10am – 5pm
Sunday10am – 5pm

Please note that the Castle is open from 10 am and closing time is between 4 and 5 pm.



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