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Here’s Everything You Didn’t Know You Could See at Warwick Castle!

365Tickets May 2, 2019
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So, you have decided to visit the famous Warwick Castle, but what can you see and do there?  Here we explain everything!

There are several live shows to be seen at the Castle this summer.  Catch the Falconer’s Quest show at the Riverside Viewing Area boasting as many as 70 free flying Birds of Prey in the show with Owls, Hawks, Eagles and Falcons.

Every day and twice daily during the Summer Holidays you can see the spectacular Wars of the Roses show.  This live action show with stunt riding and jousting retells the story of the legendary Wars of the Roses as the House of Lancaster battles with the House of York for the Crown of England.

From Wednesday to Saturday during August and over the August Bank Holiday Weekend you can enjoy the evening show Dragon Slayer.  This live show of fire jousting, stunt riding and battles is drawn to a close with a light projection show including fireworks, pyrotechnics and live actors.

On some Saturdays during year it is possible to enjoy an evening of Medieval Banqueting with live music and medieval entertainment and a three course banquet., over 18’s only.  Also between 28th November and 31st December you can indulge in Tournament Feasting and Christmas Medieval Banqueting or see in the New Year at Warwick Castle at the New Year’s Eve Ball.

Warwick Castle is set within 64 acres of landscaped gardens first mentioned in 1576 during the visit of Queen Elizabeth I.  In the 1750’s the gardens were transformed by Capability Brown one of the greatest British landscape gardeners. It is believed that this was his first independent castle project.  The island in the River Avon, where the jousting and trebuchet firing take place, was the home of exotic animals in the 1890’s which even included a baby Elephant! Now the gardens are roamed by more than 20 beautiful peacocks.  The gardens include a pond and fountain, hedges, topiary and beautiful trees. It is also where you find the Conservatory, built in 1786 and a restored Victorial Mill and Engine House.

Once you have roamed the gardens why not indulge at The Coach House and enjoy a scrumptious afternoon cream tea with homemade sandwiches, freshly baked scones with clotted cream and jam, a selection of mini cakes and tarts served with a pot of tea for two.

 

So much to see and do, why not buy your tickets with us at 365 Tickets and enjoy your visit to Warwick Castle.