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Warwick Castle: Admission Ticket
"Full to the turrets with dazzling shows and attractions spell-binding story-telling and fun experiences all year-round Warwick Castle is a fun action-packed and unforgettable day out for everyone!Watch the spectacular Flight of the Eagles Show (twice daily show) featuring Eagles Buzzards and Vultures and look out for Rosie the UK’s one and only free-flying Andean Condor which is the largest bird of prey in the world! With a wingspan of over 10ft you will be in awe as you see her take to the skies. A day at Warwick Castle is jam-packed with exhilarating daily shows
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Oxford Stratford the Cotswolds and Warwick Castle"Walking tour of Oxford follow the footsteps of Oxford's most revered students from C.S. Lewis to Bill Clinton as you wander the fairytale cobbled lanes and courtyards of this legendary University City. See the breathtaking ‘dreaming spires' the unspoilt narrow alleys
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Shakespeare's Birthplace: 'Winter 4 House' Ticket in Stratford-Upon-Avon
"Shakespeare's family homes and garden offer something for everyone. Enjoy tales from our fascinating guides discover his life story through exhibitions experience live performances visit beautiful houses and gardens or meet the animals and take part in trials quizzes and family activities throughout the year.Shakespeare's Birthplace; Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps and explore the house where he was born and grew up.Hall's Croft: Explore the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare's daughter Su
From GBP21.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Warwick

I've never seen one like this.

This is a tip about a thing that is not actually off the beaten path, it is on a very well-trodden path in the centre of Warwick but it is a thing that most people probably don't even look at. A...
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planxty
Nov 25, 2012

Hidden gardens

There are a number of hidden gardens in the town which are open to the public. The one in the photo is tucked away behind the Tourist information Office on Jury Street. They will tell you where the...
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leics
Apr 04, 2011

Mill Street & Mill Street Gardens

Leave the castle from its main driveway and turn immediately right, down Mill Street. This street was completely untouched by the great fire of Warwick in 1694 and after the new bridge was built in...
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andywing
Apr 04, 2011

The Yeomanry Museum & Warwick Town Museum

Everyone just walks by as the entrance to the museum is easily missed.On the corner of Jury Street & Castle Street is the old Court House that now houses the Tourist Information Centre.Under the...
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andywing
Nov 17, 2008

Go Ghost Hunting at Warwick Castle

The castle itself is obviously not off the beaten path, but how many of you have had the chance to spend the night there on a ghost hunt with paranormal experts? I was lucky enough to do so with...
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little_liebchen
Jun 13, 2007

The Saxon Mill at Guys Cliffe

Just out of walking distance from the town, but a three pound taxi ride is worth it (go for lunch).If you're driving, head towards Leamington and turn left at the Crown & Castle onto the Coventry...
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andywing
Jul 20, 2006
 
 
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The Butts

You might walk along the road called 'The Butts' but might not be aware of the derivation of the name. In Medieval times, all men were required to practise archery (the English were famed for their...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Regency charity

I noticed this building as I walked towards the castle. On Castle St, it has an interesting inscription which tells of Regency charity towards the poor. A dispensary provided medicine for the sick...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Tink a Tank

I can't find the derivation of this name (but it's almost certainly Medieval in origin, possibly linked with 'tinkers' who were itinerant smiths), but Tink a Tank is an alleyway which runs from the...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Ducking Stool

Hidden in a dark corner of the crypt of the Collegiate Church of St Mary is something I have never seen before..............a ducking stool. This was used as a punishment (usually for women) in...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Stepping on the dead..............

................well, not quite (although the floor of the crypt is covered with tombstones). Although tombstones are often removed from old churches, and re-placed, I have never seen them actually...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Norman Crypt

If you visit the Collegiate Church of St Mary, do go down into the crypt where you can see the original Norman arches and barrel-vaulting. Then remember how old they are (built 1123) and be amazed at...
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leics
May 20, 2006

The chained bear.

If you look carefully, you'll see the emblem of the chained bear in many places (in Warwickshire as well as Warwick itself, for it is the county's symbol too). It was the emblem of the Earls of...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Tudor roses.

Keep an eye out for details like these Tudor roses carved into one of the porches in Lord Leycester Hospital. The Tudors joined together the Red Rose of Lancaster and the White Rose of York and...
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leics
May 20, 2006

Top Hotels in Warwick

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Lye Green Road, Claverdon, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 8LS, United Kingdom
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Stratford Rd, Junction 15, M40, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 6RE, United Kingdom
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17 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AT, United Kingdom
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Meer End Rd, Honiley, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV8 1NP, United Kingdom
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113 West Street, Warwick, CV34 6AH, United Kingdom
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10 Theatre Street Warwick CV34 4DP, England
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Top Things to Do in Warwick

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Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle is a great day out, and I mean "a day". There is so much there to see and do for every age and every interest. History abounds and it is very well done in that there are...
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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 providing housing for the old, infirm or...
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Collegiate Church of St Mary

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, temple, gurdwara or indeed any other...
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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 entrance to the castle before its expansion in...
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Oken'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 late 15th century. It's literally round the...
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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 Richard de Beauchamp, 13th Earl of...
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"Warwick"
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andywing

"Warwick, England."
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Dabs

"Visit to Warwick Castle"
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grayfo

"Warwick - My Birthplace"
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evaanna

"Not only Warwick Castle"
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