Directions & Parking

Warwick Castle is situated at the heart of the country's motorway network with easy access from London by road, rail and air. Shakespeare's Stratford is only 8 miles away, and Birmingham is only 26 miles.

Directions

Click on the maps below to view them at full-size.

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For an online interactive map see Streetmap.co.uk. For information on places to stay in and around Warwick click on www.shakespeare-country.co.uk.

By Road

The Castle is well signposted, and less than two miles from junction 15 of the M40.

By Rail

Warwick Station is approximately one mile from the Castle. A direct service into London Marylebone (1 hour 45 minutes) or Birmingham Snow Hill is available.

www.centraltrains.co.uk www.chilternrailways.co.uk

By Air

Birmingham International Airport is only a 40 minute drive.

By Excursion

Various operators run tours to Warwick, including:

Evan Evans from London, call for further information on 020 7950 1777.
Golden Tours from London, call for further information on 020 7233 7030.
Guide Friday from Stratford, call for further information on 01789 299866.

Car Parking

Cars and under 12 seater minibuses

Stables Car Park (off Castle Lane)
Premium parking - next to Admissions Area
£5.00

Stratford Road Car Park (off Stratford Road)*
5 - 10 minute walk from Admissions Area
£3.00

Woodland Car Park (off Stratford Road)*
10 minute walk from Admissions Area
£3.00

Field Car Park (off Stratford Road)*
15 minute walk from Admissions Area
£2.50

*(open seasonally)

Coaches and minibuses with more than 12 seats

Coaches and minibuses with more than 12 seats are free of charge.
Motorbikes - £5.00 in Stables Car Park, free of charge in Stratford Road Car Park.

Disabled parking - spaces are available close to the main Admissions area, costs as above.

Privilege Pass and Annual Pass holders may park free of charge in the Stratford Road Car Park (on production of a valid pass), costs as above for Stables Car Park.

All timings are approximate.

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