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We popped in here after reading about it in the Castle.Very well worth the visit - the crypt and the tower - very interesting. Steeped in history and interesting facts, besides being a beautiful church.
We love visiting Churches and this one was lovely really peaceful and Gregorian chant music playing in the background added to the serene atmosphere there are lots of separate chantry's dedicated to amongst other things the Warwickshire Regiment also famous resting places and the crypt...More
An eccentric welcome by one of its elderly guides led me into a building which hosts a variety of memorials to its leading local nobility such as Richard and Thomas Beauchamp, known for their medieval feats and of course, Elizabeth I's favourite courtier, Robert Dudley...More
Steeped in history with royal connections this is a church that deserves a visit when in Warwick. Most people would limit their visit to the Castle but should spend the extra hour to discover this gem of a building and if feeling up to it...More
The Guides are friendly and very knowlegable. The history of the church and those connected with it spans much of British history. It is a beautiful church which is obviously used a great deal today and provides places to pray and review key and turbulent...More
Free access into the Church but had to pay 3 pounds/person to access the tower. The Church is really interesting with a den and many tombs. It gives you the chance to submerse a bit in the fluid history af England. The tower not great,...More
Warwick has been careless with fire. The castle suffered a fire in the 19th century and the central area of the town was virtually destroyed in the Great Fire of 1694. Fortunately the chancel and the Beauchamp Chapel survived, with their monuments and stunning gothic...More
We’d been told by several locals to visit this church, so we did. We were greeted by a friendly lady and given a handout about the church’s history. As you go around you can tell this church is still very much used. Flowers waiting to...More