Viaje a la Edad Media con esta entrada de día completo al castillo de Warwick. Explore el histórico castillo, que cobra vida con los actores y las exhibiciones interactivas, y dé un paseo por sus 26 hectáreas (64 acres) de terreno. Disfrute de las vistas desde las murallas, admire el espectacular Vuelo de las Águilas y vea una de las catapultas de bolas de fuego más grandes del mundo. Además, si lo desea, puede mejorar su entrada para incluir un paseo de 50 minutos a pie por las mazmorras del castillo.
Haga una escapada de un día y visite el castillo de Warwick con esta entrada que le da acceso al castillo, los terrenos y algunas de las atracciones y espectáculos. El castillo está generalmente abierto de 10.00 h a 16.00 h entre semana y de 10.00 h a 17.00 h los fines de semana. Vuelva a comprobar el horario de apertura y cierre antes de planear su visita para asegurarse de que está abierto cuando tenga pensado venir.
Con esta entrada podrá explorar el castillo y todo lo que ofrece a su propio ritmo. Puede subir las antiguas torres y murallas o dirigirse a los jardines para echar un vistazo a los pavos reales que habitan la zona.
Pase tiempo en las populares atracciones, incluyendo el Laberinto de Historias Horripilantes, la Torre del Tiempo, la Torre de la Princesa y el Hacedor de Reyes. También puede asistir a algunos espectáculos, como el Trebuchet Fireball Spectacular Show, donde podrá ver una de las catapultas más grandes del mundo en funcionamiento lanzando una bola de fuego.
Además, si está buscando algo de emoción espeluznante, puede mejorar su entrada con la opción de incluir un paseo de 50 minutos a pie por las mazmorras del castillo. Sea cual sea su elección, hay una opción para todos los miembros de la familia.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, abr 2018
we went to Warwick castle on Friday the 6th April for a nice day out. I booked online and thought 18.00 a ticket was a fair price for a day out. Well 18 pp was only the start. yes it was a nice day yes we got to see the castle in all its glory, but it still was the beginning of the season so not all the usual sights were available. If you wanted to go to see the dungeons that was an extra 9 pp and any activities were also extra and then to top it off it was 6 to park. I'm so glad I'm not a parent, a family of 4 would have cost a fortune considering the only reduction for a child is 3 difference. All in all if u have a big family, go somewhere where the activities are included as this seems a bit pricey for a walk about
This was the best day we had on our week long vacation.. We took the tube from London at Waterloo and then the train from Marlybone. It was a really nice ride, we enjoyed it very much. The walk to the castle is reasonable and pleasant. This place is amazing , and much of it is open to the public, including the topmost areas, with great views! Well worth the price and a well-spent day.
Although the tickets were a bit pricey we had a great day. We particulalrly loved the dungeon experience which really brought things to life in a way ordinary museum tours don't, and we were terrified into the bargain. Also loved the birds of prey show, the guy was really entertaining and the birds all had their own personalitlies. The war of the roses fight was good but get an early place as it's crowded. The castle isn't what I expected inside having been refurbished in the Victorian era which felt oddly disappointing but the batllements walk was great and proper castle stuff. The gift shop and café also v expensive,
Absolutely brilliant day out , for both kids and adults alike. Well put together makes the history exciting for my five year old granddaughter. Was a bit expensive , I would suggest the parking should be included in the price as I felt 6 was exorbitant considering the entry fee. Would definitely recommend but I should have gone earlier as there is so much to see 4 hours wasn't long enough so will have to go again .
great day out, so much to do, couldn't get around all of it in a day ,so will definately be going back, the bird show was very good, as was the horrid history show, would recommend this day out for everyone.
This castle is great for kids!--- very educational especially about medieval times--- enjoyed the bird show, the trebuchet and the archery show the most. Kids got some archery lessons ( extra price when you get there). the princess's castle is for young girls maybe 2-6 years. Visitor has the best deal
We can just access the castle gate with the print ticket, I believe you can get access by showing your phone with the email ticket as well. Very quick and convenient, save lots of time queuing and it is cheaper.