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Warwick Castle

Homes to the Earls of Warwick from the 11th century, Warwick Castle is probably the finest castle in England. As well as the imposing towers and ramparts with amazing views of the Warwickshire countryside, you can visit the famous Castle Dungeon, the Mighty Trebuchet, the Princess Tower, the Great Hall and Grand Interiors, and the beautiful gardens overlooking the River Avon.

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    Bletchley Park

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    Warwick Castle

    Homes to the Earls of Warwick from the 11th century, Warwick Castle is probably the finest castle in England. As well as the imposing towers and ramparts with amazing views of the Warwickshire countryside, you can visit the famous Castle Dungeon, the Mighty Trebuchet, the Princess Tower, the Great Hall and Grand Interiors, and the beautiful gardens overlooking the River Avon.
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    British Motor Museum

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