Warwick Castle Resort is amongst the first UK attractions to reopen their historic gardens to visitors, following the UK Government announcement on the reopening of public gardens.
From Saturday 6th of June, visitors will be able to enjoy the 64 acres of landscaped gardens at the Castle, which were designed by famous English landscape architect 'Capability' Brown, with scenic riverside strolls along the Avon and the Peacock Garden all available to enjoy.
Visitors might even be lucky enough to see the birds of prey undertaking their daily exercise and training in preparation for reopening, which has continued during lockdown with Warwick Castle's Falconers staying on site.
The attracion has introduced a number of additional hygiene and safety measures to keep staff and guests safe and these changes are explained in the video below by their Knight and Princess.
Warwick Castle's indoor experiences are not expected to reopen until the 4th of July.