Kenilworth Castle is the largest castle ruin in England. The castle has lost what was once its most striking feature, the great lake, a kilometre long and half a kilometre wide, which practically surrounded the medieval castle. The castle is only a few miles from our home in Balsall Common.
Although now in ruins, you can still see the red sandstone remains of the Norman keep, John of Gaunt's Great Hall, and the residential buildings Robert Dudley built for the visiting Queen Elizabeth, as well as a restored Tudor garden and Tudor stables. This was a favorite of ours to go and visit with the kids.
Take a journey back to medieval England and watch knights in action as a reenactment of the Battle of Kenilworth Castle takes place over the Bank Holiday.Council chiefs progress plans for multi-million Kenilworth leisure revamp - Leamington Observer
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Looking for some fun day trip ideas for the family this summer? From immersing yourself in historic castles, exploring what life was like in the early 20th Century ...First glimpse of Kenilworth's proposed multi million pound leisure facilities - Kenilworth Weekly News
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