f you are stuck for a day out this half term then Warwick Castle could provide all the answers!
What is there to do?
We have visited many times and it is definitely a family
Horrible Histories maze
The Horrible Histories Maze takes you on a journey through time from Vikings to World War – love a bit of educational fun!
The Castle Dungeons
This is for children aged 10+ and the first time we had done it as a family. It is an extra £9 each on top of the standard Castle entry but for 45 minutes of entertainment it is worth it to keep the tweens and teens occupied!
We have been to York, London and Blackpool Dungeons and Warwick Castle Dungeons do not disappoint. There is lots of humour mixed in with the frightening and horror fuelled stories. As you travel through the Dungeons you meet characters in different experiences from kitchen boy dismembering the recently deceased doctor to witches on trial to plague ridden townspeople. The acting is superb and the experience exhilarating. If you don’t like enclosed spaces and being plunged into darkness regularly then avoid!!
Winter birds of prey
This incredible show takes place in the new arena which is located close to the
Throughout the day there are lots of tours you can join to learn more about the history of Warwick Castle.
The Mighty Trebuchet
This has to be one of the highlights of the day for the boys! The atmosphere is tense as you find yourself whisked back in time to learn all about the role of the
As well as these attractions you can explore the grounds, walk the Castle Towers and Ramparts, visit the Time Tower and the Princess Tower, Kingmaker, watch the amazing Bowman show and try your hand at archery yourself.Have you visited Warwick Castle? What is your
There is always something good to do at Warwick Castle and the fun is ever changing! Just in time for the Easter holidays sees the new show, The Falconer’s Quest