The Walled Garden was originally part of the kitchen garden for Guy’s Cliffe House from at least the 1770s to the late 1940s.
This delightful network of individual Victorian gardens, separated by high hedges. Summerhouses, gnarled old fruit trees, and heritage flowers and vegetables welcome the visitor to this tranquil spot.
Priory Park offers natural open space with meadow and woodland walks; perfect for getting away from it all.
Colourful canal urban fringe park, run by local charity on the Saltisford Arm of the Grand Union Canal. A tranquil green oasis with a contemplation area and sensory garden.
Close to st Nicholas Park is St John’s House which is reached by walking along the naturalistic Brook Gardens.
Popular park offering broad swathes of grass, floral displays, riverside walks, boating, amusements, crazy golf, outdoor paddling pool, tennis, football courts, children’s play areas, a cafe and a leisure centre.
A quiet refuge from the bustle of the town and a spot from which to admire St Mary’s Church.
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.
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.