Everyone has heard of Warwick, and if you haven’t then you’re missing out. With a ton of history to learn about, it’s about time that you visited.
If you’ve ever heard of Warwick, then you’re probably aware of the Warwick Castle built upon the grounds in 1068. Built by William the Conqueror, it is now owned by Merlin Entertainments and is used as an attraction for visitors from all over the world. Visiting the castle-turned-cottage has been a popular event since the 18th century, gaining popularity over the 19th century and after 374 years finally became part of the Tussauds Group. With an attraction as popular and entertaining as this, (Which was even visited by Queen Victoria), it’s a mistake to not take a look whilst you’re visiting Warwick.
Charlecote Park is a house with surroundings of its own deer park, along the river Avon. Located 4 miles east of Stratford-Upon-Avon, it is ran by the National Trust and is open for the public to visit. With a great hall featuring many paintings and decorated well, the interior of the building gives a great atmosphere to allow the visitor to have the complete experience for the day. With a great amount of history in those halls, there is much to learn and explore around the home.
The Collegiate Church of St Mary is open every day of the year, and is a tourist location that reaches visitors on a global scale. Including choirs and other activities, there is plenty to do whilst exploring this landmark. Used by the local community for general use (weddings, funerals etc.), it has seen a lot of use over its 1000-year lifetime of people coming to the area, and joining the regular acts of worship. With 2 organs inside of the building, this church is larger than you can imagine!
If you’re visiting Warwick and are looking for some of the best things to do, these are just some of the ideas we find optimal at Vision Coaches. Taking you to these locations and more would be no hassle, giving the passenger both a great time out in Warwick but also a coach trip that they can remember. To book with us, contact us!
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