Uncover more than 1,000 years of history at Warwick Castle where medieval England is brought to life.
Built by the formidable William the Conqueror in the 11th century, the impressive stone fortress holds stories of intrigue, bloody battles, and betrayal. Live shows and immersive experiences make for an action-packed day. Enjoy jousting performances, birds of prey displays, kids' activities and much more.
What is there to see at Warwick Castle?
Your ticket to Warwick Castle allows entry to the Great Hall and State Rooms. Here you will discover beautiful interiors, restored furniture and many unique artefacts that portray the opulence of the era.
Don't miss The Kingmaker, a walk-through experience that takes you through Earl of Warwick Richard Neville’s fascinating process of preparing for battle. Followed by a visit to the medieval siege machine, The Trebuchet.
Test your nerve in the most gory and terrifying part of the castle, the Dungeon before taking on the Time Tower time quest, encountering key figures that made Warwick Castle what it is today.
Once you are done touring the castle, wander the 64-acre (64-hectare) grounds and gardens where you can meet the castle’s resident peacocks and test your navigation skills in the Warwick Castle Maze.
How can I get tickets to Warwick Castle?
Book your tickets to Warwick Castle in advance now. Tickets purchased on the day may be subject to a price increase. You can also combine multiple iconic sites on a day trip out of London by booking the Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds and Warwick Castle tour.
Where is Warwick Castle?
Warwick Castle is located in Warwickshire, the Midlands.
How can I get to Warwick Castle?
By train: There is a direct service to Warwick Castle from London Marylebone (within 90 minutes). Warwick Station is approximately one mile from the castle. Book a return train ticket to Warwick, including entry to Warwick Castle.
By car: Warwick Castle is approximately two and a half hours from London by car. The castle is less than two miles from junction 15 of the M40 and the route is well signposted.
Is Warwick Castle accessible?
All areas of the gardens are wheelchair accessible. Some areas of the castle have narrow staircases and doorways, which may not be suitable for some disabled visitors. Accessible toilets and facilities are available.
Prices and opening times
|Standard entry - peak||£32.00 per ticket|
Note: Standard entry prices apply to all visitors aged three and above. Entry is free for infants aged three years and under.
Warwick Castle is open daily year-round except for Christmas Day (25 Dec) when it is closed.
Attraction and show operating schedules are subject to change without warning. During poor weather conditions, the high towers and ramparts will be closed for safety reasons.
Click here to see opening timings for 2020
25 December: Closed
Attraction and shows operating schedules are subject to change without warning. During poor weather conditions, the high towers and ramparts will be closed for safety reasons.