Medieval England, resurrected at Warwick Castle offers something for all ages, young or old. This is a very common type of castle found throughout England and includes a ghost tower, dungeon, chapel, stateroom, and a great hall.
On the grounds there is a peacock garden, conservatory and a stunning rose garden. The summer offers a full complement of activities that are planned throughout the day. There are many demonstrations including hand-to-hand combat, falconry, and archery. A massive rebuilt catapult is fired once in the morning and once in the evening.
Guests can observe a movie known as Dream of Battle that explains to the tale regarding the Castle’s greatest clashes through the eyes of a fourteen year old soldier getting ready for combat. The Ghost tower features a live-action performance of actors re-enacting the killing of Sir Fulke Greville.
St John’s House Museum consists of a huge array of varied exhibits and events, which make the museum interesting to all ages. The Victorian Laundry permits you to try to determine the distinction between a poser and a dolly, and get involved with hand washing as was done in earlier times. The school enables visitors to travel back in time to a stringent and serious schoolroom stuffed with books from long ago. Other displays incorporate an in depth Victorian artefacts library.
Playbox Theater is for everybody with youthful folks at it is heart. Playbox believes the arts are supposed to be owned by everyone in society, not just the older generation and aims to become a place in which the dynamic of different forms of art will be discovered. At the Dream Factory they produce a variety of programs that are performed inside a totally versatile performance room, while sustaining on a minimal budget, which enables ticket costs to be affordable for all including the working class.