With its history dating back to the time of William the Conquerer in 1068, Warwick Castle has withstood almost 11 centuries of attacks, besiegement, damage & changing of hands, to become one of England’s most impressive castles today.
In the Great Hall. Can you guess why this was his favorite room?
Guy’s Porridge Pot, used to cook stew for the castle’s garrison soldiers.
The Red Drawing Room
Hmmm…. maybe we’ll wear the other white bloomers….
Is this how you work this thing??
The village from a castle tower.
Richard Neville, commonly known as Warwick the Kingmaker, is preparing his army for battle.
Castle chapel built in the 1600s.