Explore Local Area
Warwick is a thriving town located on the scenic River Avon with lots to see and do. You can’t miss Warwick Castle, founded by William the Conqueror himself and packed with over a thousand years of history.
Shakespeare’s family homes
Visit five historic properties across an action-packed day out of exploration into Shakespeare's family homes. Hear first-hand the tales of Shakespeare's family life and the way in which his upbringing shaped his prolific writing career.
Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden
St. Nicholas Park
Right in the heart of Warwick you will find St. Nicholas Park, a fantastic, fun day out for the whole family. Enjoy a picnic, teach the kids how to be an ace at miniature golf or head to the Fun Park where an outdoor paddling pool, rides and games await!
The MAD Museum
What kid wouldn't want to visit the UK's only mechanical art venue? The whole family can interact with eccentric artwork, contraptions and machines, build marble runs on the giant MAD Marbles wall and get inspired to think outside the box!
Coventry Transport Museum
Just outside of Warwick you'll find the Coventry Transport Museum, a fantastic place for children and adults who are secretly big kids at heart. Throughout the year exhibitions and events are constantly changing, and it's a must-see for families who love motors and fun, free days out!
If you or your little ones are chocoholics, you simply can't miss a trip to Cadbury World on your next visit to Warwick. Discover how it's made and - best of all - sample a few treats!
Hatton Country World
There's so much to do for families at Hatton Country World, you'll want to plan your visit so you don't miss out! Youngsters will adore meeting goats and sheep in the farmyard, riding ponies and clambering up bouncy castles while older kids can battle it out playing laser tag and learn navigational skills orienteering.
Royal Leamington Spa - Voted happiest place in Britain
Wide boulevards, stunning architecture and award winning parks provide a sophisticated backdrop to this Regency town.
A medieval market town in England’s West Midlands, is the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare. The Royal Shakespeare Company performs his plays in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and adjacent Swan Theatre on the banks of the River Avon.Visit Shakespeare's Family Homes in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon.
Coventry is a city in central England. It’s known for the medieval Coventry Cathedral, which was left in ruins after a WWII bombing. A 20th-century replacement, with abstract stained glass, stands beside it. Coventry Transport Museum is a motor museum, located in Coventry city centre as the city was previously the centre of the British car industry. It houses a collection of British-made road transport.
Birmingham City Centre
Filled to the brim with fantastic shopping, entertaining attractions and family activities.