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Warwick Racecourse - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Hampton St, Warwick CV34 6HN, UK

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About Warwick Racecourse

Warwick Racecourse is a horse racing course in Warwick, England. It is a National Hunt racing course and has a programme of 25 meetings throughout the year, many of which are televised. The first stand was built in 1808, and its most recent redevelopment was completed in 2018.[1] In the racecourse is a nine-hole golf course and a golf driving range. The area is a popular place for local people to walk their dogs. There is parking next to the course and it is a five-minute walk away from the town


Attractions Near Warwick Racecourse

Hill Close Gardens Trust Warwick
Hill Close Gardens Trust Warwick0.19km from Warwick Racecourse

Hill Close Gardens are rare survivals of Victorian gardens once used by townsfolk who lived above their business and wanted to escape from the crowded town centre. These were set up in the 19th century on a hillside overlooking Warwick Racecourse to provide gardens for owners of townhouses which did not have their own gardens. They were generally owned staying in families for generations, although some were rented. Each was enclosed by either a wall or hedge, complete with lockable gate to ensur

Lord Leycester Hospital
Lord Leycester Hospital0.45km from Warwick Racecourse

The Lord Leycester Hospital is one of the best preserved examples of medieval courtyard architecture in England and is a charity supporting ex-servicemen. It is located in Warwick, England, next to the West Gate, on High Street. It is a Grade I listed building.

Market Hall Museum, Warwick
Market Hall Museum, Warwick0.47km from Warwick Racecourse

Market Hall Museum is a museum in Warwick. England. The Market Hall forms part of The Warwickshire Museum, alongside St John's House. The Warwickshire Museum is operated by Heritage and Culture Warwickshire. The museum features exhibits related to: natural sciences, coins and medals and archaeology.

St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s Church0.66km from Warwick Racecourse

The Collegiate Church of St Mary is a Church of England parish church in the town of Warwick, England. It is in the centre of the town just east of the market place. It is a member of the Major Churches Network. The church has the status of collegiate church as it had a college of secular canons. In governance and religious observance it was similar to a cathedral . There is a Bishop of Warwick, but this is an episcopal title used by a suffragan bishop of the Diocese of Coventry.

Warwick Castle
Warwick Castle0.77km from Warwick Racecourse

Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from a wooden fort, originally built by William the Conqueror during 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a meander of the River Avon. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Greville converted it to a country house, and it was owned by the Greville family until 1978, when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.

The Mill Garden
The Mill Garden0.88km from Warwick Racecourse

The Mill Garden is a half acre informal cottage and private garden originally created by Arthur Measures, and lies in a superb setting beneath the walls of Warwick. It is owned by Julia Measures, whose family has owned the gardens since 1938 and whose father Arthur worked on it for 60 years. When the castle was being constructed the garden was often used as a stonemasons yard. Swans sometimes nest near the garden.

Where is Warwick Racecourse

Discover More Attractions in Warwickshire, Where Warwick Racecourse Is Located

Warwickshire
Warwickshire
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Warwickshire is a county in the West Midlands region of England. The county town is Warwick, and the largest town is Nuneaton. The county is famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon and Victorian novelist George Eliot, at Nuneaton. It is a popular destination for international and domestic tourists to explore both medieval and more recent history.

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