Getting Help and Assistance
- For additional information on accessibility at Warwick Castle please click here (new tab).
- There is a member of staff available for help and assistance.
- Water bowls for assistance dogs are available.
- There is a designated place of safety which can be used by people who may feel scared or at risk.
- The designated place of safety is located at the rear of the Castle Courtyard, beneath the Time Tower.
- There are a limited number of wheelchairs and mobility scooters available.
These are free to hire.
Scooters should be booked in advance of your visit.
Wheelchairs are offered on a first come first served basis.
Warwick Castle is part of the Sunflower Lanyard Scheme. The free lanyards can be collected from the Castle Entrance.
- Disabled guests are welcomed to visit with a free carer ticket. Please select the carer ticket from the options and bring valid documentation with you (as a condition of entry).
- During busier periods Fast Tract Queuing is available for an individual and their carer, please speak to a member of staff for more information.
- Quiet Times and Spaces -
January to March (excluding half term) are generally quieter months, as is November.
Mid-week also tends to be quieter than weekends throughout the year.
10.00 to 11.00 and 15.00 to 16.00 are generally quieter times.
- The Courtyard Refreshments Kiosk is located to the right as you walk through Clarence Bridge.
- For the Castle Courtyard Access Guide please click here (new tab).
- The nearest changing places is located to the right of the Conservatory Tea House.
- For more information on the changing places please click here (new tab).
- The nearest accessible toilet is located within the Great Hall and Upper State Rooms, ahead as you enter from the accessible entrance.
- The nearest standard toilets are located at the rear of the castle courtyard, in the Undercroft, there is stepped only access to these toilets.
Eating and Drinking
Location and Access
- The following information is for the food and drink kiosk.
- There is step-free access to the food and drink kiosk.
Service and Menus
- There is a counter where food and drink can be ordered.
- Menu types include: written wall menus.
- Menus are clearly written.
- Menus are presented in contrasting colours.
- Staff can read menus to customers if requested.
- The type of food served here is hot and cold meals and snacks.
- Plastic/takeaway cups are available.
- This area does play background music.
- Background music is played at all times.
- There is not a hearing assistance system .
- The height of the counter is 114cm.
- The type of flooring in this area is concrete.