See our Walks page for links to a variety of walking routes around Warwick.
St Mary’s is a beautiful church that dominates Warwick’s skyline. Marvel at the magnificent 15th century Beauchamp Chapel and climb the 134 foot tower for stunning views of the town, the castle and beyond.
The hidden hedged gardens at Hill Close were used by Victorians living above their businesses to escape from the crowded town. Their owners went there after work and on Sundays to tend their plots or just to relax. The sixteen gardens, including several attractive summerhouses, have been restored to their Victorian splendour. Teas, gifts and plants are available in the modern Visitor Centre
Beautiful 14th and 15th century timber-framed buildings clustered around the Norman gateway into Warwick. For nearly 200 years the buildings were the base for Warwick’s medieval guilds before they became a rest home for retired servicemen which they remain today.
The Saltisford Arm of the Grand Union Canal has been transformed by volunteers from a site of dereliction into peaceful moorings set in a series of gardens and orchards.
Originally constructed in the 1790s as the terminus of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal, today the Saltisford Canal Arm offers a tranquil green oasis with a contemplation area and sensory garden.
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum is set in a lovely Jacobean building and tells the story of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment from 1674 to the current Fusiliers.
We also have an exciting programme of events throughout the year and answer family history research enquiries about soldiers that served in the Regiment.
Popular park offering broad swathes of grass, floral displays, riverside walks, boating, amusements, crazy golf course, pony rides, outdoor paddling pool, tennis, football courts, BMX track, children’s play areas, a cafe and a leisure centre.
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.
Experience more than 1,100 years of jaw-dropping history at Warwick Castle!
Witness the world’s largest working catapult launch a flaming fireball, climb 500 steps to the top of our tallest tower, GET LOST in the UK’s first Horrible Histories® Maze and much more.
Racing has been part of Warwick life since 1707 and the course still hosts a full programme of jump racing throughout the year.
The Racecourse encircles the Lammas Field Common on St Mary’s Lands where there are large expanses of grassland rich in wildlife.
Lying just a few hundred yards from Warwick Castle, Warwick Racecourse retains its historic charm and character.
Visit the website for dates and details of each race day.
Market Hall, is a 17th century building in the centre of Warwick. Here you’ll find displays on the geology, natural history and early history of the county. Highlights include the Sheldon Tapestry Map of Warwickshire, our live observation bee hive and our famous (tweeting) Giant Irish deer. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions and exciting events throughout the year.