Warwick Castle is now fully open to the public for day visits.

Visitors can now witness the UK’s largest birds of prey show, the Falconer’s Quest, which showcases over 10 species of bird and includes the world’s largest, the Andean Condor.

Other outdoor activities include storytime with a princess and the Horrible Histories Maze, which has been adapted to a self-guided trail.

The castle’s interiors are now reopen too, giving guests the chance to rediscover the Great Hall, state rooms and Royal Weekend Party, as well as the Kingmaker sensory experience, providing an insight into life at the castle in the 15th century.

Alongside this, the castle towers & ramparts are available to explore, as are 64 acres of rolling grounds & gardens, including the Peacock Garden, with its resident flock of colourful birds.

Food & drink is available to take away from outlets including the Courtyard Café and Conservatory Tea House, as well as from a number of takeaway stands.

Overnight stays are also available at the Knight’s Village, comprising woodland lodges with medieval styling for the full historical experience. Lodges sleep between five and seven people and all have self-contained bathrooms and toilets.

The castle has been awarded the VisitEngland We're Good To Go charter mark, demonstrating that all of the requisite health & safety processes are in place to ensure that visitors have a safe and enjoyable visit.

As part of the castle’s enhanced safety measures, all tickets and stays must be booked in advance online at warwick-castle.com.