As you might already know, we have been lucky enough to be selected as Warwick Castle Blogger Ambassadors.  We visited for the first time back in January, and had a great family day out.  We literally can’t wait to go back for the day or enjoy one of their short breaks later in the year.

If you are planning on being a regular visitor to Warwick Castle I strongly recommend getting your hands on the Warwick Castle Annual Pass, it’s great value and provides you with endless fun days out throughout the year.

You can currently purchase the Warwick Castle annual pass and enjoy 12 months of jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure  from just £21.60!  You’ve got to hurry though as the sale ends on 19th March.

Filled to the turrets with DAZZLING shows and attractions, SPELLBINDING storytelling and FUN experiences all year round, Warwick Castle is an action-packed and unforgettable day out for everyone.

You can explore the UK’s first HORRIBLE HISTORIES MAZE: GET LOST IN TIME, witness THE MIGHTY TREBUCHET launch a projectile 150ft in the air and check out the MAGNIFICENT INTERIORS of the Great Hall and State Rooms – there’s something for everyone.

What do you get with a Warwick Castle annual pass?

Free entry to explore Warwick Castle, Grounds and Gardens which are stunning to say the least.
20% discount on Castle merchandise and gifts to take home with you.
Exclusive 10% discount on selected themed dining.
Free parking in the Stratford Road Car Park when visiting the Castle.

It’s a no brainer really, so what are you waiting for?  Get your very own key to the Castle NOW at and enjoy a very regal day out with the family.

We receive a Warwick Castle Annual Pass and invitations to special events in return for sharing offers and promotions, but all thoughts and opinions are our own. 

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