Warwick Historic Site
Historic Site in Warwick, England, United Kingdom
The Lord Leycester Hospital
The Lord Leycester Hospital is a historical, medieval gem in Warwick, Warwickshire, England dating back to the late 14th century with a group of timber-framed buildings clustered around the Norman gateway into town. There's a beautiful Master's Garden open all year with pineapple pit and a 2,000 year old nilometer used to measure the height of the Nile in ancient Egypt, and the Knot garden symbolising Tudor times, and the Brethren's Kitchen in use for 600 years hosted United Warwick Guild feasts, and today you can order cream tea or coffee and cakes and relive the history. The Lord Leycester Hospital is also available for civil ceremonies, receptions, parties and dinners and is open to visitors, come visit these extraordinary medieval buildings with fascinating history, and a long legacy going back.
Guys Cliffe House
Guys Cliffe House in Warwick, Warwickshire, England is steeped in ancient history and lore, springs, caverns and forgotten rites, and through a long and fascinating past of misdeeds and dramas, today still stands and enthrals. Guided tours are available and the gates swing wide open to welcome you, explore the buildings and grounds, your historian guide will hold you spellbound for the approximately two hours the tour takes, and refreshments are served after with books and memorabilia for sale. Guys Cliffe House also offers a special guided history tour with traditional afternoon tea enjoyed in the refectory, and all tours can be booked online, it's a fascinating placed to visit where history unfolds over many ages.