June 9, 2020

Warwick castle is open!

We love Warwick Castle, being so local and such a great family friendly attraction in the midlands.  And now it re-opens its doors again to visitors to visit its grounds and gardens.

In line with the Government guidelines, Warwick Castle has opened its grounds and gardens for all to enjoy, whatever the weather.  Warwick Castle have made it clear on their website that the health and safety of all it’s guests is of top priority and therefore have brought in several new measures to ensure they keep guests safe.

Warwick Castle grounds are now open

New Health and Safety Measures at Warwick Castle

1.Tickets are on sale online only

2.Indoor experiences shows and The Knights Village are temporary closed

3. Warwick Castle will be offering a limited capacity

4.Temperature checks on arrival for all guests

5.One way systems are implemented upon arrival and once inside the attraction

6.Guides and signs around Warwick Castle to remind guests of social distancing and keeping within a 2 metre distance

7.Enhanced cleaning regimes have been put in place

8.Hygeine screens are positioned at all tills

9.Hand sanitiser will be available around the attraction

10.Food options will be offering a ‘grab and go’ service but guests are recommended to bring their own picnic to enjoy in the grounds.

Warwick Castle Courtyard shop

Prior to your visit at Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle are also asking its guests to do the following prior to their visit:

1.Book online

2.Check their temperature before they visit Warwick Castle

3.Bring their own face covering to wear during their visit.

4.Showing symptoms of Covid-19?  Then Warwick Castle are asking you to not visit to reduce the infectious spread of the disease

5.Check out their website to ensure you are fully aware of the procedures and protocols put in place

6.Be contactless ready.  Warwick castle will not accept cash payments.

warwick castle exterior and river

During your visit at Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle are asking their guests to be alert and ensure they are aware of the following:

1.Parking.  Follow the correct signage and adhere to the parking arrangements to ensure everyone can be kept safe.

2.There will be new signage around the attraction and Warwick Castle are asking guests to keep alert to this

3.Be prepared for temperature checks (this will be non-contact)

Tickets are available online and prices are from £12.50 and this will give you access to 60 plus acres of grounds and gardens to enjoy in and around Warwick Castle.  There are no time restrictions and you can stay at the attraction for as long as you please, until closing.  We recommend spending some time in the Peacock Garden!

The opening times are from 10am-4pm and last entry is 3pm and guests will be pleased to know that toilets are available to all guests!

Will you be visiting soon?  Read our full review of Warwick Castle here!

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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

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