Warwick, in the West Midlands of England, is famed for its namesake medieval castle, timber-framed buildings dating to the 14th century and diverse leisure activities. Warwick Castle is an iconic fortress that sits atop a high cliff and was founded by William the Conqueror. Today, visitors can tour the tower and dungeons beneath. At the Collegiate Church of St. Mary, visitors will find a Norman Crypt and panoramic views from its tower. Lord Leycester Hospital showcases a collection of 14th-century timber-framed buildings with tours available.

St. Nicholas’ Park offers hiking and cycling trails, waterfront walks along a creek, benches to relax and a wide range of relaxation and play activities. Kenilworth Castle is a vast fortress built to impress Elizabeth I, which is available for tours and contains many historic artefacts. Family fun is on offer at Hatton Adventure World with a working farm, shops and adventure. Jump In Trampoline Parks allow you to flip, fly and bounce all day long.

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