Bagot's Castle a 13th century English Castle brought back to life open to the Public and Schools
To maintain and conserve the site for future generations by opening from April to October weekends noon till 5.00 p.m. Schools welcome and guided tours arranged by our Archaeologist. Special visits arranged via our website. We have artefacts in our display cabinets in our Educational Visitor Centre from medieval finds excavated from Bagot's Castle in the 1930's to enhance visitors' experience of the Castle. Our mission is to preserve our Heritage for future generations.Why the community needs us
Historic 14th century ruined castle open to the public and schools in a beautiful part of Warwickshire.Our impact on the community
We have restored Bagot's Castle, opened an Education Visitor Centre, restored two Saxon ornamental ponds, landscaped the site and provided footpaths around the attractions. We have restored a WWII Alvis tank testing track which is located on the site and can be seen by visitors.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with maintenance of the site, staffing of the Educational Visitor Centre during Opening times. Help with cataloging and cleaning of the artefacts, help in advertising/promoting Bagot's Castle, help in setting up a programme for school visits and help with fund raising. See our website