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Your Warwick Visit
Warwick has just about everything you could want for a holiday in the UK. From big attractions like Warwick Castle, to local gems like the St Mary’s Church, there’s so much to do. And with the incredible range of restaurants, pubs and tearooms, you’ll be simply spoilt for choice!
Things to do in Warwick
Park Cottage, Daisy Cottage and The Potting Shed are all just a 5 minute walk from the centre of town – the perfect location to explore all the exciting things Warwick has to offer. Here’s a selection of our favourite places to visit, eat and explore in Warwick town centre.
With so much history, Warwick has so much to see, do and experience. Warwick Castle is a fantastic place to visit, but there’s so much more just a short walk from its walls too!
There’s the Lord Leycester Hospital, built by Lord Robert Dudley to house retired soldiers – which is still home to veterans today. St Mary’s Church & Tower that gives you spectacular views over the county. Mill Street Gardens and the fascinating Museum of Warwick. And even Warwick’s famous Racecourse.
And that’s just to start! There’s so much to explore, discover and experience when you come to visit.
Food & Drink
When it comes to eating out, Warwick caters for every cuisine you can think of. A 5 minute walk into town gives you dozens of options, from award winning gastro-pubs to pizzerias to fine dining and fantastic take aways.
And there is nothing better than sitting in the Market Square with its great choice of restaurants and bars, eating and drinking and watching the world go by!
And it’s not just your evening meal where you’ll find a huge range of exciting options, Warwick is also famous for its fabulous afternoon teas, like at the historic Oken Tearoom, or at Bretheren’s Kitchen in the Lord Leycester Hospital.
While there’s so much to do in Warwick itself, there’s also a wealth of local attractions and activities just a short drive away.
There’s Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the Royal Shakespeare Company and the perfect place to see some theatre and explore the Bard’s home town. There’s also historic National Trust houses like Charlecote Park and Baddesley Clinton, and closer to home, Leamington Spa with the Royal Pump Rooms and Jephson Gardens.
And if you’re a little more adventurous, there are tonnes of fun activities close by, including Warwick Racecourse, archery and go-karting, and escape room adventures.
What’s on in Warwick
Discover the latest events, attractions and places to visit in and around Warwick, from the annual Folk Festival, to our favourite pubs and restaurants.