London Guide / Outside London
/ Warwick Castle
First built as a fortress, Warwick Castle's towers were used to look out for approaching enemies. It stayed in the Earl of Warwick's hands until 1604 when the Greville family took it over. Then in 1978 Madame Tussaud's bought it, Warwick Castle now offers visitors over 1000 years of English history. Exploring Warwick Castle's towers, dungeons and state rooms you get a real feel for that history. There are also a number of exhibitions that feature waxworks, making this a great day out for children as well.
Click Here - To book a tour from London to Warwick Castle.
Address: Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4QU
Location Map: Click Here
Phone: +44 (0)1926 406633
Nearest Tube/Train: Warwick
Entrance Fees: Adult: £12.50 Child: £7.40
Other Resources: www.warwick-castle.co.uk
More places Outside London:
|Althorp | Alton Towers | Bath | Blenheim Palace | Chessington World of Adventures | Colchester Zoo | Cotswolds | Glamis Castle | Hampton Court Palace | Howletts Wild Animal Park | Legoland | Oxford | Port Lympne Wild Animal Park | Sissinghurst Castle | Stone Henge | Stratford |Thorpe Park | Warwick Castle | Windsor Castle |