Things to do in Warwickshire

Taking in National Trust destinations, castles, gardens and a working farm from Countryfile, check out our Things to Do near Studley Castle guide.

Cotswolds Farm Park in Warwickshire.

Cotswolds Farm Park

47-min drive from Studley Castle, GL54 5UG
Owned by Countryfile’s Adam Henson, the working farm includes a rare breeds trail, animal barn, wildlife walk, and viewing platforms – at 1,000 feet above sea level, these platforms offer some of the best 360-degree views in the region.

Charlecote Park in Warwickshire.

Charlecote Park

32-min drive from Studley Castle, CV35 9ER
A grand 16th century house surrounded by its own deer park, Charlecote’s history dates back to the days of King Richard I. Nowadays it’s home to a National Trust art collection, a herd of ancient Jacob sheep, and a herd of roughly 200 fallow deer.

Packwood House in Warwickshire.

Packwood House

23-min drive from Studley Castle, B94 6AT
The gardens at Packwood burst into colour from late June, creating a rich feast for the senses that is every bit as beautiful as the tapestries inside the house. The flower borders and wildflower meadows attract butterflies galore, with the rose garden a particular highlight.

Coughton Court in Warwickshire.

Coughton Court

9-min drive from Studley Castle, B49 5JA
A grade I listed Tudor country house, Coughton Court features a bluebell wood, Chelsea Flower Show silver-medal winning gardens, and four scenic walking routes taking in the River Arrow, Kinwarton Dovecote, and views of Studley Castle.

Morton Hall Gardens in Warwickshire.

Morton Hall Gardens

17-min drive from Studley Castle, B96 6SJ
The gardens of Morton Hall have been designed as a succession of garden ‘rooms’, each with its own unique character, planting style, colour scheme and landscape. They’re set on a fairly steep embankment, but with almost 1,000 plant varieties to see it’s well worth a visit.

Kenilworth Castle and Gardens in Warwickshire.

Kenilworth Castle and Gardens

33-min drive from Studley Castle, CV8 1NG
First constructed in the early 1120’s by Geoffrey de Clinton, Kenilworth Castle has gone from medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace to its current state as a grade I listed building, surrounded by a beautifully recreated Elizabethan garden with marble fountain and ornate aviary.



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