Attractions in Warwick in general Reviews
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Newest Review: ... it didn't spoil the enjoyment. I thought it would be more of a adult day out, not something that the younger kids would enjoy. I was proved wrong, there were little kids running around in their suits of armour having a great time! We spent about 4 hours there in the end because there is so much to see, so it was worth the money. We went into the Great Hall, saw some of the ladies bedrooms ... more
Customer Attractions in Warwick in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/08/00, updated on 09/08/00 (Very useful, 62 readings)
If you like old buildings, castles, fighting knights, bowmen and rivers then this is the place for you. I went to Warwick mainly to see the castle which was one of the best castles I've been too. It was expensive to get in, £10.95 for an adult ticket but they did special family ones (as always 2 adults, 2 children). We went on first weekend of August so it was teaming with heaps of Japanese, French and American kids running riot, but it didn't spoil the enjoyment. I thought it would be more of a adult day out, not something that the younger kids would enjoy. I was proved wrong, there were little kids running around in their suits of armour having ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/00, updated on 17/07/00 (Very useful, 42 readings)
We visted Warwick Castle last wednesday. No doubt it was signposted well from the motorway (M40), but we didn't come that way unfortunatly and spent 20 mins driving around Warwick before we even found the castle! Anyway, when we did, parking wasn't a problem (£2 for the whole day). The car park is right next to the entrance to the castle, and we got our tickets, I think they were about £10 each for adults, children under 4 go free. We went through the ticket gate and into the castle grounds. After a walk up a steep hill and a cobbly path with a 2 year old in a buggy, a lovely helper at the top told us we could have gone an alternative way that ... Read the complete review
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