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Bagot’s Castle

Description

Bagot’s Castle, in the village of Baginton on the outskirts of Coventry, is believed to originally been built in the 11th century, at the time of King Henry I. It was rebuilt around the late 14th century by Sir William Bagot, a distinguished nobleman of his time. All that remains are the ruins of this historic castle.

The Bluebells at Bagot's Castle are a wonderful site to see - best last week in April and during the month of May. (Image attached).

Bagot's Castle arrange Guided Tours with a talk given by our Archaeologist as you walk around the site for History Groups, W.I. Walking Parties etc. price on request.

We have a Children's Trail for younger and older children - an excellent way to learn about the history of the castle with a small gift at the end of the trail.
We have 3 Bagot Goats and 3 Herdwick sheep which the children love and can guess their names.

Opening times

All year by appointment through the website. April - October: Weekends and Bank Holidays, 12noon - 5pm: no appointment necessary.

Amenities

  • Family friendly

Address

Church Road, Baginton, CV8 3AR

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