Hidden behind the ancient buildings of the Lord Leycester Hospital is the enchanting and peaceful Master's Garden.
At the end of Mill Street famous for it’s 15th and 16th century buildings is where you will find the Mill Garden renowned for the quality of its planting and breathtaking position on the banks of the River Avon, lying beneath the walls of Warwick Castle.
Close to the Town Centre is the unexpected haven of the Pageant Garden. Over several generations buildings were bought and demolished to create this garden.
Behind the friends Meeting House a quiet and intimate retreat is provided. Enter through the stone archway near the end of High Street or through a wooden door from Castle Lane.
Towards the west end of the High Street stands the Unitarian Chapel. Through the gate on the left of the chapel is the former graveyard.
Dazzling shows and attractions, heaps of gruesome history and awesome birds of prey, all set within 64 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens make Warwick Castle a fun, action-packed day out for everyone.
The Museum covers the history of the Warwickshire Yeomanry from 1794 to 1956 with a collection of uniforms, weapons, medals and memorabilia. The Museum is managed entirely by volunteers through a Charitable Trust.
Racing has been part of Warwick life since 1707 and the course still hosts a full programme of jump racing throughout the year.
Until the twentieth century the Commons were the only recreation grounds for the townspeople and were also used for military training and a variety of sports.
Following extensive planning and discussion in light of the most recent government guidelines, with huge regret it has been decided that Warwick Folk Festival, which was due to take place 15 – 18 July, will be postponed until 21 – 24 July 2022.
The good news is that we are currently planning the Autumn Festival, which will be held from 4 to 10 October, with pre-Festival events on 1 October.