Warwick Castle Ticket and Travel packages from Leicester and Leicestershire.

Let us take out the hassle of your day trip to Warwick Castle with:

  • Direct route from your door to Warwick Castle saving a travelling time of up to 2 hours in the Leicester area (based on public transport).
  • Discounted Admission tickets can be included.(Deposit required)
  • Pick up & collect at a time and day of your choosing when the park is open.
  • Take advantage of off peak days.
  • Personalised travel - No sharing with strangers on a coach.
  • Take Advantage of Off Peak days.
  • Catering for 2-8 people.
  • No Car Park Charges.

Why not spend more than one day at the park and stop at these themed lodges?
Please note we only arrange Transport and Theme park admission only not your overnight stay.

Coming from abroad ?

Airport transfers to and from Warwick Castle.

Knights Village

Why not enjoy an exclusive sleepover in your very own themed Lodge, set in a picturesque woodland grove on the river bank within The Knight's Village!

Mediaeval Glamping Village

Experience a unique starlit woodland family sleepover like no other as Mediaeval Glamping returns to Warwick Castle!

Tower Suites

For those who dream of spending the night in a fairy tale Castle fit for Royalty.
Warwick Castle has unveiled two magnificent Tower Suites - The Peacock Suite and The Rose Suite offering guests the first opportunity in 1,100 years to spend the night resplendent in their own private chamber at the Castle which enjoys a wealth of Royal connections.

TRAVEL ONLY Start From: One Way/Return

(One Pick Up - One Drop Off in Leicester area)*

Please note that children under Two years of age are still classed as a passenger when calculating total number of people.

1-4 Passengers 5-6 Passengers 7-8 Passengers
£40/£80 return £50/£100 return £60/£120 return

*Addition travel prices for out of Leicester Area Fill in the No Obligation Quote/Booking form for Total Cost

Quote/Booking Forms.



Warwick Castle Spring season and feb half term

Come to Warwick Castle for Half Term.

Little Warrior Breaks

17th - 25th February 2017
Teach your little warriors the skills required to conquer fierce dragons and mediaeval battles, and experience an unforgettable weekend at Warwick Castle when you stay at The Knight's Village

February Half Term

18th - 26th February 2017
Enjoy a fun-packed, full day out at Warwick Castle this half term where fearsome fireballs, soaring eagles and the agility and power of our resident bowman are all on show!

Ticket Types Our Travel and Admission Price from
(Deposit Required)
Warwick Castle Gate Price (without Travel)
Adult (Ages 16-59) £25.50* £19.20
Child (Ages 3-15) £25.50* £16.80
Senior (60+yrs) £25.50* £15.80

Please note all passengers must have a ticket regardless of age to enter the park
*Based on 8 fare paying passengers.
Price per person varies depending on amount of passengers.
Fill in our no obligation quote/booking form for your total price.

Children under 12 must be accompanied with an Adult
Two Day tickets also available on request. Please call us for details.

Travel Prices Start From: One Way/Return

(One Pick Up - One Drop Off in Leicester area)*

Please note that children under Two years of age are still classed as a passenger when calculating total number of people.

1-4 Passengers 5-6 Passengers 7-8 Passengers
£40/£80 return £50/£100 return £60/£120 return

*Addition travel prices for out of Leicester Area Fill in the No Obligation Quote/Booking form for Total Cost

Please note all passengers must have a ticket regardless of age to enter the park



Warwick Castle Main Season

Opening Dates:
All year except Christmas Day
Opening Times:
10am - 5pm minimum

NEW Show in 2017!

An all NEW, heart pumping, fist thumping, live action show from May 2017
Pledge your allegiance in an epic battle for the English Throne!

Travel and Admission Prices from:

Ticket Types Our Travel and Admission Price from
(Deposit Required)
Warwick Castle Gate Price (without Travel)
Adult (Ages 16-59) £25.50* £26.40
Child (Ages 3-15) £25.50* £22.80
Senior (60+) £25.50* £18.60

Please note all passengers must have a ticket regardless of age to enter the park
*Based on 8 fare paying passengers.
Price per person varies depending on amount of passengers.
Fill in our no obligation quote/booking form for your total price.

Children under 12 must be accompanied with an Adult
Two Day tickets also available on request. Please call us for details.

Travel Prices Start From: One Way/Return

(One Pick Up - One Drop Off in Leicester area)*

Please note that children under Two years of age are still classed as a passenger when calculating total number of people.

1-4 Passengers 5-6 Passengers 7-8 Passengers
£40/£80 return £50/£100 return £60/£120 return

*Addition travel prices for out of Leicester Area Fill in the No Obligation Quote/Booking form for Total Cost



Halloween

Come visit the Haunted Castle this year and look out for more events as we get them later in the year!

Halloween Prices from:

Ticket Types Our Travel and Admission Price from
(Deposit Required)
Warwick Castle Gate Price (without Travel)
Adult (Ages 16-59) £25.50* £26.40
Child (Ages 3-15) £25.50* £22.80
Senior (60+) £25.50* £18.60

Please note all passengers must have a ticket regardless of age to enter the park
*Based on 8 fare paying passengers.
Price per person varies depending on amount of passengers.
Fill in our no obligation quote/booking form for your total price.

Children under 12 must be accompanied with an Adult
Two Day tickets also available on request. Please call us for details.

Travel Prices Start From: One Way/Return

(One Pick Up - One Drop Off in Leicester area)*

Please note that children under Two years of age are still classed as a passenger when calculating total number of people.

1-4 Passengers 5-6 Passengers 7-8 Passengers
£40/£80 return £50/£100 return £60/£120 return

*Addition travel prices for out of Leicester Area Fill in the No Obligation Quote/Booking form for Total Cost



Christmas at the Castle

Come and see what is happening at the Castle this Christmas!
More details later in the year

Opening times:Open every day Except Christmas day

Ticket Types Our Travel and Admission Price from
(Deposit Required)
Warwick Castle Gate Price (without Travel)
Adult (Ages 16-59) £25.50* £26.40
Child (Ages 3-15) £25.50* £22.80
Senior (60+) £25.50* £18.60

Please note all passengers must have a ticket regardless of age to enter the park
*Based on 8 fare paying passengers.
Price per person varies depending on amount of passengers.
Fill in our no obligation quote/booking form for your total price.

Children under 12 must be accompanied with an Adult
Two Day tickets also available on request. Please call us for details.

Travel Prices Start From: One Way/Return

(One Pick Up - One Drop Off in Leicester area)*

Please note that children under Two years of age are still classed as a passenger when calculating total number of people.

1-4 Passengers 5-6 Passengers 7-8 Passengers
£40/£80 return £50/£100 return £60/£120 return



What's At Warwick Castle?



Horrible Histories Maze


Horrible Histories Maze


BRAND NEW for 2016 - Choose your path as you muddle through time and face fun challenges to unravel history’s best kept secret in the World’s first Horrible Histories adventure maze!



Time Tower


Time Tower

Enter the Time Tower & witness the birth of Warwick Castle, which once controlled the middle of England for over a thousand years. These ages have now passed along with their stories...until now.



Castle Dungeon


The Castle Dungeon


Are you brave enough to enter The Castle Dungeon? Witness some of the darkest, bloodiest and most frightening times in Warwick Castle’s history as live actors and special effects bring to life these gruesome tales.(Additional Charge)



The Mighty Trebuchet


The Mighty Trebuchet

The Warwick Trebuchet is the largest working siege machine IN THE WORLD! The colossal catapult is an authentic recreation of one of the biggest and most deadly military machines of all time.

The Ballista

The ballista was a giant stationary crossbow that fired long heavy bolts or arrows and was one of the most effective Mediaeval weapons. These were used to demolish the castle parapet and kill the defenders. It was also a weapon of defence that could be positioned on the walls and towers to fire on the attackers and their siege machines.



Princess Tower


Princess Tower

Do you know someone who dreams of being a Princess? In our Princess Tower, wishes really can come true… if only for a while



Kingmaker


Kingmaker

Ever wondered what it would be like to walk into battle alongside a Mediaeval army?
The year is 1471 and Richard Neville, commonly known as Warwick the Kingmaker, is preparing his army for battle. Take a journey through his preparations for war and experience the sights, sounds and smells of medieval England.



Towers and Ramparts


The Defensive Towers

Towers were the main defensive system for any castle. Also because of their height and position above and out from the main castle wall, they gave archers a clear view to target the enemy below. At Warwick Castle, there are a number of excellent examples of defensive constructive.

The Gatehouse & Barbican

Since the entrance to a castle was likely to be a favourite target for an attacking force, it was vital for the defences to be as effective and deadly as possible. The first defence would-be attackers would have to face was the barbican. The barbican was an exterior walled passage which had a drawbridge, and would lead to the main entrance known as the gatehouse.

The Curtain Walls

The curtain wall is the main wall that connects all the towers and main castle structure. Along the wall, walkways were built which meant that crossbowmen and archers could move swiftly from one end of the castle to the other during an attack at any point on the perimeter. Once in position they could pick off the enemy from the battlements.

The Mound

One of the oldest parts of Warwick Castle, first built in 1068 under the orders of William the Conqueror, it formed the most important part of the Norman castle’s defence system. Today, it is the perfect vantage point, not for defending against marauding troops, but for taking in the beautiful views around Warwick and the surrounding areas.

Caesar’s Tower

Standing at an impressive 44.8m tall, this is the tallest tower at the castle, and comprises of three storeys, excluding the Gaol. It was built on the orders of Thomas de Beauchamp in the 14th century and is a great example of military architecture.

Guy’s Tower

Guy’s Tower was built in the 14th century and is the first tower you see as you enter the castle grounds. It is twelve-sided, stands 39m tall and has five storeys.

Bear & Clarence Towers

Set in the centre of the north wall, these two stunted towers are the remains of the mighty tower house which Richard of Gloucester (future king of England) started to build in 1478. It was to be the same height as Guy’s Tower, but twice as wide, with a turret at each end. However, in 1485 Richard was killed at Bosworth and the building stopped.

The Gaol

Occupying the lowest chamber of Caesar's Tower and built in the 14th century, is the Gaol which is the original dungeon. Leading from a hatch in the ground at the base of the tower, a single flight of steps provided the way into, and the only way out of, the Castle's miserable Gaol.



Royal Weekend Party


Royal Weekend Party

Ever wondered what a weekend spent in Victorian high society would be like? Join the Countess of Warwick and her royal guests for one of her lavish Weekend Parties.



Awesome Interiors


The Great Hall

The Great Hall is the largest room in the Castle and continues to be the one visitors enjoy spending the most time exploring. In the early middle ages, straw and dirt covered the floor of the Great Hall. Burning in the centre of the room would have been a large fire, its smoke turning the air acrid. The only natural light filtered through narrow lancet windows. It was in here that the nobility ate, drank and slept.

The State Rooms

The State Rooms have been extended, altered and embellished during virtually every century, to provide the best possible environment to entertain the noblest of guests and to display the family’s most prestigious possessions.

The State Dining Room

Off from the Great Hall is the State Dining Room, originally commissioned by Francis Greville in 1763. George IV, Edward VII, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert all dined here and this room continues to be used for impressive dinner parties.

The Red Drawing Room

Getting its name from the bright red lacquered panelling across all four walls, this room was extensively refurbished in the 17th century. In this room, there are famous paintings of Ambrosio Spinola and Sir Phillip Sidney, however the main painting in this room is of Jeanne d’Aragon, the granddaughter of King Ferdinand IV of Naples. Often regarded as the most beautiful women in 16th century Europe, she was considered clever, witty and powerful.

The Cedar Drawing Room

Even though the room is Italian in style, the intricate cedar panelling was completed in the 1670s by two local craftsmen, William and Roger Hurlbult. Another impressive feature of the room is the 19th century French carpet. Amazingly, it was woven in one piece at Aubusson in France and if you look closely, you can see in each corner the Bear and Ragged Staff emblem of the Earls of Warwick which is still the county’s main emblem today.

The Green Drawing Room

Apart from its vivid green walls (unsurprisingly how the room got its name), the most eye-catching elements of the Drawing Room are the numerous paintings hanging from the walls. The key theme across the paintings is a snapshot of life during the English Civil War.

The Queen Anne Bedroom

What many guests to the Castle don’t realise is that the room gets its name not from Queen Anne herself, but from her bed which is the central feature of the room.

The Blue Boudoir

Formally a dressing room, in the 17th and 18th centuries, the walls were redecorated in the 19th century with silk from Lyon.
The most dominant aspect of the room is a portrait of King Henry VIII, from the studio of Hans Holbein, which shows the King in his early forties.

The Chapel

If you fancy a moment of tranquillity during your trip to the Castle, make sure to visit the chapel. Sir Fulke Greville, the first Lord Brooke, authorised the building of the small chapel in the early 1600s. It may be on the site of another chapel founded as long ago as 1119.



Playgrounds And Gardens


River and Island

During your visit, make sure to venture across the River Avon to the island. This is where you can see the firing of the trebuchet and where our brave knights face each other during our seasonal jousting tournaments.

Conservatory & Peacock Garden

One of the most iconic elements of Warwick Castle is the stunning peacocks that roam in their garden home. This part of the garden was designed by the Victorian landscape gardener Robert Marnock and consists of a number of topiary peacocks, manicured hedges and beautiful pond and fountain.Overlooking their garden home is the conservatory which was built in 1786 by local man, William Eborall. It was originally conceived to house the Warwick Vase, a magnificent piece of ancient Roman pottery excavated near Tivoli in 1771, which are now on display at the Burrell Collection in Glasgow. However a full-size replica can be seen in conservatory.

Pageant Playground

A great way for your little prince or princess to blow off some steam as they imagine ruling their own kingdom. Designed as a mini-fortress with slides, walkways and swings, the Pageant Playground is perfect for our younger guests. There is even a mini-playground perfect for even the tiniest of feet.
The Pageant Playground is open subject to weather conditions.

The Mill & Engine House

The Mill and Engine House reveals a little known chapter of the Castle’s history and shows how the innovative and extravagant 5th Earl of Warwick was able to generate electricity for the Castle, including the lighting of the whole Castle for his wife’s birthday.



Shows


Flight of the Eagles

Watch in awe as our spectacular birds of prey display showcases these beautiful and powerful creatures - including vultures and eagles flying from the castle ramparts!

War of the Roses Live

Witness an all NEW heart pumping, fist thumping live action show at Warwick Castle from May 2017.
It's 1455 and the House of Lancaster holds the English throne. King Henry VI's crown is challenged by the House of York. The rival houses clash in battle and the bloody war that ensued was to last over 30 years...
Marvel as the legendary Wars of the Roses unfolds before you during an epic new live action show at Warwick Castle.