Warwick Things to Do

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  • 1. Warwick Castle

    Warwick Castle is over a thousand years old with the first fortifications being supposedly erected by Ethelfleda, daughter of king Alfred the Great in the year 914 as part of a network to protect the...

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  • 2. St. John’s House Museum

    St John's House Museum is an early Jacobean house and has period reconstructions portraying domestic and school life. The museum is great place for children and...

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  • 3. One for the ring fans.

    On a wander through the middle of Warwick on a pretty dismal October day (which explains the rather dark image, for which apologies) I came upon a very nicely...

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  • 4. A very fine Church

    Readers of my other pages will know that I have no religious faith but I am a huge fan of visiting places of worship be they church, chapel, mosque, synagogue,...

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  • 5. Walk the cut.

    It is no secret here on VT that I love canals and narrowboats and so, on a recent trip to Warwick and nearby Royal Leamington Spa it was an absolute certainty...

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  • 6. A fine military Museum.

    To find a local museum in an architecturally attractive old building is a pleasure and to discover two in the same wonderful old house is a double delight. This...

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  • 7. Two for the price of one.

    To find a local museum in an architecturally attractive old building is a pleasure and to discover two in the same wonderful old house is a double delight. This...

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  • 8. The Dean's Chapel

    A side-chapel within the Collegiate Church of St Mary, this is a tiny but perfectly-formed Medieval chapel barely large enough for 6 people. It is a most...

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  • 9. The Beauchamp Chapel

    A stunning example of a Medieval chantry within the Collegiate Church of St Mary, and unique in England. Chantries were special chapels built, usually by...

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  • 10. Collegiate Church of St Mary

    A gem of English perpendicular Gothic style, this church was first established in 1123 (by an Earl of Warwick, of course). The chancel and nave were rebuilt in...

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  • 11. Collegiate Church of St Mary

    The Collegiate Church of St Mary look amazing outside but I did not find out interesting inside. The entrance ia free but they accept donation 2 pounds per...

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  • 12. Wellesbourne watermill

    Nice location for a half day out. Close to Warwick and Straford Upon Avon. On the B4086 just south on Wellesbourne. Nicely restored watermill with...

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  • 13. Visit the Museum.

    Housed in the Market Hall, this little museum has good displays on local archaeology, geology and natural history as well as the Great Fire of Warwick. It's...

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  • 14. Warwick Folk Festival

    This festival was a lot of fun; 2005 was my first time attending and I've been twice now. We chose to camp both times and there were lots of tents and caravans...

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  • 15. The Collegiate Church of St Marys

    In 1123 Robert de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick, founded St Mary's Church on its present site and established the College of a Dean and Canons. Part of the Norman...

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  • 16. Heritage Motor Centre

    The Heritage Motor Centre is home to the largest collection of British cars in the world. So much more than a traditional car museum, the Heritage Motor Centre...

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  • 17. Oaken's House

    Now the Warwick Doll Museum (and which has a collection from all over the world) and a cafe, Oaken House is one of Warwick's oldest buildings, dating in the...

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  • 18. Mill Street

    As one can guess from the name, Mill Street lead to the mill built on the banks of the River Avon just inside the castle grounds. This was also the main...

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  • 19. The Lord Leycester Hospital

    In spite of its name, the Lord Leycester Hospital is not, and never has been, a hospital. Its use of the word here is referring to the charitable status of...

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  • 20. Beauchamp Chapel, Collegiate Church of St Mary

    One of the great examples of English Medieval ecclesiastical architecture, the Beauchamp (pronounced Beecham) Chapel was built following the death, in 1439, of...

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  • 21. Collegiate Church of St Mary

    The church sits proudly on a hill just to the east of the market place, and, coming into the town from Birmingham on the train, the church tower can be seen...

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  • 22. Mill Street

    I often thought about Mill St. when I was at school. This is a handsome Jacobean street built of solid, stone terraced houses. The first generation of houses...

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  • 23. Mill St. gardens

    A lovely private garden with the Avon flowing past and tight under the massive medieval ramparts of Warwick Castle.Free entry, but donations encouraged to the...

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  • 24. St. Mary's Church

    The castle is not the only interesting site in Warwick. On the other side of town is St. Mary's Church, build by the second Earl of Warwick in the eary 12th...

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  • 25. Peacock Gardens

    After exploring the castle the next stop is the castle garden. The Peacock Garden is one of the finest of these gardens. In addition to the actual peacocks, the...

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