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The tower climb is a must do activity in Warwick - the experience allows one to imagine all sorts of scenarios - its steep, narrow, very high, a fitness challenge no less - the view at the top is quite breath-taking - if you've got...More
Visually stunning church in Warwick closely tied to the history of the Warwick castle. We were handed an information sheet when we entered which was incredibly helpful when walking around the rooms to know what we were looking at.
I particularly liked the deans room...More
There is a tiny sign on the door saying you can go up the tower, the times are limited to the middle of the day. I found it by accident because it is a Pokemon gym. We went inside and asked to go up the...More
Dived in here to escape the bank holiday sun for an hour and quite impressive, so much history and famous local and national families laid to rest in its walls. You can climb the 130-odd steps upto the top of the tower for £6 as...More
The church appeared to me to have unusual proportions, having a low roof for its size. The chancel roof had flying ribs (I think that's what they're called) which I found interesting. The views from the tower were not particularly interesting, a pictorial reference showing...More
Enjoyed our visit to St. Mary's. We were warmly greeted at the front desk and provided simple reading materials to not only maneuver thru the church but to learn about it's history. Though not near as ornate as other churches we've visited in England, it's...More
My wife and I visited this beautiful church on a day out to Warwick. The architecture, history and setting are stunning. However, our visit was marred by the very rude and unfriendly woman at a desk as we entered the church. We wanted to go...More
parishadministrator, General Manager at Collegiate Church of St Mary's, responded to this reviewResponded 26 April 2018
We are disappointed to hear that our 'welcomer' did not give you the welcome we expect for our visitors. It is a shame you missed going up the tower because of this. They are there to give you information and advice about the church and...More
The staff at Lord Leycesters Hospital recommended that we should visit the tower of this church, so we went along. There was no signs inside to say we could and no stairs so we thought we'd got it wrong, but we asked on the way...More